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Cinnamon Apple Crunch Cereal. Steep 3 Days. Basket Ingredients: CAP CDS @1% kept the cinnamon where I wanted. It evenly spreads a nice amount of cinnamon throught the cereal. JF @1.5 wasnt going for if you were to bit into an apple but more like a light non distracting apple flavoring. Its there but not smacking you in the face. I tried using fa fuji as well and it just made the apple too sweet probably because of the next ingredient. Strawberry Ripe @1% this wouldnt probably be the first thing i used in this recipe but i knew i wasnt going to use it alone for an actual strawberry flavor(IMO its just not strong enough alone) but instead for its Ethyl Maltol. for the circumstances of the competition i worked in reverse and started high and kept cutting down till it wasnt muting the mix and it wasnt turning the fuji into something i didnt want. MY 3 ingredients: Cap Cereal 27 @4.5% my favorite cereal if i want a nice cereal crunch like berry crunch without the berry. to get more to the corn flake side this needs some Acetyl Pyrazine @.5 FA Meringue @1.5% because i cant imagine a cereal vape without meringue. evey1 knows this gives a nice sugary coating. Thank you guys love what ya are doing and appreciate all the info I get out of this community. Thanks for making it fun. Hope you enjoy!
1 month steep.
Good shake and Vape but lacks complexity.
Blooms nicely after one week.
I adore rice crispy treats.
My mom would make them with caramel ice cream syrup.
FW crispy rice is a great rice crispy.
It is our base in this recipe. I played with several versions of this recipe and found 6% to be the sweet spot. It's a weaker flavor, so under 3.5 % it's almost unnoticeable. At 7+ it's too dry to be enjoyable to me.
0.5% AP adds the grain we're missing from the flavor.
Our marshmallow base is 4 ingredient deep.
First, the main flavor cap new marshmallow. This is a fantastic jet puffed marshmallow flavor.
It's however a tad flat in complexity. A small percent of meringue helps with that. Adding that dry marshmallow texture/flavor. It's hard to describe. Cap new marshmallow is great, like marshmallow cream. But it's missing that corn starchy flavor on the outside. Go lick a jet puffed marshmallow and you'll understand what I'm talking about.
Next is the cap vanilla custard & golden butter. This is the melted butter base. The custard adds a wonderful mouth feel and fullness to mix
The butter is obligatory for our flavor to work.
Next is fw caramel candy.
This is my favorite caramel. It's well rounded and flavorful.
At 1% it's just enough to "drizzle" the top.
Sucralose I feel is 100% necessary for this mix to work.
I have not tried it with erythritol as of yet and pyure/other stevia do NOT complement this recipe.
If using cap super sweet, drop the percentage to 1.
This recipe is a creamy pistachio pound cake with raw grainy pistachios garnished on top. I used Marshmallow, Meringue, and Marzipan to transform the Yellow Cake into pound cake. The TFA Pistachio brings that sweet creamy pistachio richness to the pound cake. The FA Pistachio, Vanilla Cupcake, and Acetyl Pyrazine combo is for the entire outside of the cake to include the browned portion from the baking process and the raw pistachio garnish. This was the recipe that I submitted for round 2 of the DIYorDIE world mixing competition. The creation of this recipe was a painstaking process that took approximately 3 months to create with over a dozen different versions. This recipe taught me the importance of note taking during the recipe development process. It is vital to the creation of a multi-layered recipe. It was a labor of love and I hope everyone who mixes it loves it as much as I do.
Started off as trying to clone Foo's gold from Gaslight vapor POH line, while it follows the same profile it's not a clone, but it's damn good and perfect for the cooler months.
Rich, smooth tobacco, creamy peanut butter, and oaty cookie notes to round it all out. Either with a cup of coffee in the morning or with some dessert after dinner it's a fantastic vape.
RF oatmeal cookie is the raw extract, not the VG concentrate
Notes in the November 2016 recipe thread
A Raspberry & Cranberry Cream, Oatmeal Cookie.
Oatmeal Cookie is a new flavour to me and I have to say I really like it. It tastes like a biscuit (cookie) you get in the UK called a Hob Nob. A real oaty taste. It comes through a little dry though so Sugar Cookie is used to soften and sweeten the base. The Almond and Torrone are there just to provide interest. The Raspberry and Cranberry combine really well here for the top note and are brightened up somewhat by the Fuji. The Vanilla Cupcake helps to blend everything together and in conjunction with the Butter Cream provides a nice creamy finish with great mouth feel.
Allow 14 days to steep for the bakery elements to come through.
Delicious Tobacco Vape, a variation of RocketPuppy's Ry4 who I give all the credit for the inspiration on this recipe. All day vape IMO. I can vape this for days at a time. It's a very appeling flavor that it make you go back to it, it always stay in the back of your head. RY4 Double is fantastic, very flexible to work with and gives you tones of options to play around it.. I been working on this for several months and stick to this version due to that pull that every time you take a puff, it does make you to take another one, very intriguing. I hope you enjoyed guys, any comments or suggestions are always welcome. This is what is all about...
Mix at: 80%VG 20%PG