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A simple sweet cracker jack recipe. Using just few flavors to achieve a cracker jack type vape. Wonder Flavours Honey roasted Peanuts plays a big role in this recipe to give it that authentic Cracker Jack taste. While Tpa Kettle Corn lacks in the corn department Ap is added to give more of a corn note. Flavor West Salted Caramel is a great flavor that has 2 different roles in this recipe by adding to the kettle's sweet butter notes and wrapping itself around the peanuts to tie in the Cracker Jack experience. Ejoy!!
New Mixers always welcome at the Crew!!!
A little something for valentines day coming up. A chocolate cupcake with strawberry jam filling. The chocolate and strawberry are the main notes of this recipe with a nice cakey back note. Australian chocolate is extremely strong to me so I only used a little. Strawberry Ripe and Sweet Strawberry make a delicious fresh strawberry, combined with the Strawberry Shisha make up a great jammy strawberry.
Sweeten to taste.
Pistachio Cupcake with Cream Cheese Icing!
No substitutions recommended.
Steep anywhere from 2-10 days. I vape it fresh personally and find it best after the 5 day mark.
75% VG recommended.
This recipe was shared in good faith. Please do not use this for commercial gain. Thank you & enjoy!!
This is an update of first narcissism recipe. Now i use Holy Grail RY4 for more vape pleasure. Also Vanilla custard goes to 4% and bavarian lowers to 1,5% and we have a boost to nuts from Vanilla custard FLV. If you liked the first recipe, this one you gonna love it, i can promise you that!! Enjoy!!
Note : Flavor Monks Tobacco bastards Bourbon # 9 is used in this recipe @ 2.5%, it is not listed in the ATF FM list.
My thoughts on this recipe ..I was going for Smooth Tobaccoish flavor with some graham and Brown sugar notes I also used Flavor Monks Tobacco Bastard Bourbon #9 to give it a gentleman's flavor , the AP was used to add nuttiness to the mix .. its a pretty good mix very pleasent ..almost an after dinner type feel... Sitting on the porch watching the Southern sun set mmmm mmm yall come back no yah hear....
Hey Mixers, Been awhile since I put a bakery out , but after a long hiatus, I decided to work on my Ms Applebumm Pie.
I did some research on Crust and pairings and tried to close in on an even more authentic apple pie tasting vape.
My original recipe was heavy on the FLV apple filling , giving it a McDonalds style apple pie flavor , which IMHO is heavy on the cinnamon notes, in this recipe I wanted to get closer to a nicely balanced mix with everything working in harmony and nothing really over powering the mix.. What I get on the Inhale: Cinnamon very hinty, then as the vape settles on my tongue I taste the apples and hint of cinn and sweetness, on the exhale I get the whole enchilada and the golden flaky crust with a hint of a butter note. In this mix I was really working on the Crust aspect with what ingredientsi have on hand , and chose : INW Biscuit - for its flakiness and butter notes, TPA Cinnimon Sugar cookie- to help with the Cinn note and some grittiness to add with the texture, and TPA AP for a darker bakery note I used the AP very sparingly to avoid the " Frito affect". For my Filling as always my favorite FLV apple filling ….no explanation needed as I have raved about this flavor in previous recipes… as well as MB Eden Apple another awesome flavor if you aren't using Molinberry flavs by now your late…. Lol… and one of Waynes Favs FA Fuji Apple another Must have in any flavor aresenal- this flavor just adds some sparkle to the other apples in this mix .. All three are a power combo… please enjoy this recipe as much as I do …… Love yah guys and gals KEEP MIXING…..
On the S and V you get the blueberry jam right away. The toast base I found on here in another users recipe and it is very good, on the S and V though you don't get it, give it a week or so for the flavors to blend and the jam to calm down a hair. The super sweet is high and can be toned down, but you do need it for the jam to pop. This is only the testing phase. Any comments are welcome and encouraged
Normally,i only buy some snv's from time to time,created by mixers i respect, only to support the diy community.This project was a request from a friend and i just couldn't refuse.Butterscotch reserve by Glas vapor,is a typical RY4 mix,nothing really innovative,it was created for people that enjoy RY4 mixes.The only difference is that they added a honey and alcohol layer,which makes it a little difficult to identify the exact vanilla and caramel flavours.I believe that honey flavour is tobacco based so i went with tpa's Black Honey.The bourbon accent is not really heavy,it is hidden in the background,so i preffered Aged bourbon cream by RF,for the alcohol accent and also for the nice blend it does with other creams.French vanilla is softer and milder than custards and it blends well with tobaccos.RY4double was the obvious flavour for the main tobacco.My first attempt was with tpa's caramel original,but i feel that fw's butterscotch suits much better
Supersweet is optional,i vape it without it,but the original uses it,so mix according to your taste
After a week of developing and roughly 30 different versions, I am confident this is a solid remix of Country Clouds Corn Bread Puddin’. There was a profile that was missing in every possible combination in previous versions. At first I went the popular TPA Kettle corn route to recreate the corn bread and wasn’t quite there. It was adding to much of a sweet dry popcorn note to the mix and not really giving that corn bread texture in the commercial version. I tried Flv popcorn, LA buttered popcorn, Tfa movie theater, Fw buttered popcorn the list goes on... even FA corn lol which pretty much canned corn. So I figured I needed to pretty much build the corn bread profile from the ground up and try to keep it simple and not complex from a commercial e-liquid stand point, thinking what would they use. Now this is where the tricky part comes into play “that underlying missing profile. Of course Acetyl Pyrazine is there but how much? Starting at .50% and combined with FA Break Fast Cereals seemed to work well in the first few mix’s but still was falling short. So doing some research on a specific compound Cyclotene I felt this was key. Cyclotene is found in a lot of concentrates we use but in low amounts but loaded with other compounds causing me to push a flavor to extremes and cause muddled off notes or muting. This is where Tpa Maple syrup comes in. It’s loaded with Cyclotene. This is what ties in the corn bread base. Now that’s out of the way, back to the cornbread. These are the failed attempts of the bread imo. FA breakfast cereal, Cap Cereal 27, Tpa Crunchy cereal. These were paired with some type of corn flavor and various creams or even pushing AP to its limits. So back to research still missing that profile. I needed a more buttery slight cream AP texture. This is where Tpa Cheesecake Graham comes in. I know right?!? But It has everything I need in texture, slight butter, sweetness, AP, a little cream and guess what else?? Cyclotene. So the Ap, CCGC and maple syrup/Ooo cornbread make up the cornbread. The Ooo corn bread gives it even more texture corn sweetness. Now the keeping it simple. I don’t get much pudding in the original just more of a heavy vanilla cream. Tpa Vanilla custard. This flavor is also key that pulls everything together to give the vape more body and nice vanilla accent to replicate the so called “pudding”. Don’t forget the sweetener!! Yes 1 percent to keep it authentic to the commercial version. Also keep in mind the AP is pushed to .75% I wouldn’t go over this!! it just takes over and mutes. You get plenty more from the CCGC. Off the scale you will taste the custard pushing through a little on the ass end of the vape. Giving it 24 hours it will homogenize and won’t be as noticeable. There is a lot more notes on other profiles in this but I tried to keep as condensed as possible. Enjoy this one.