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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…..
A favorite in many Mexican restaurants this delectable dessert offers a very unique and textured appeal when it comes to a dessert... i have had it on many occasions and love it at my local restaurant #Villa fiesta .. and i thought i would give it the ole DMC go .. and try to recreate it in an Ejuice...
A favorite in many Mexican restaurants this delectable dessert offers a very unique and textured appeal when it comes to a dessert... i have had it on many occasions and love it at my local restaurant #Villa fiesta .. and i thought i would give it the ole DMC go .. and try to recreate it in an E juice...
Flavor Break Down:
TPA Vbic, TPA BC and LB Van IC Make up my cream stone / ice cream base ....I wanted it to be smooth and thick.
The spice Rack:
TPA Cinn Sugar Cookie & FA Cinn Ceylon made up my cinnamon base w/ the sugar cookie adding to the Crunchy cereal outer layer..
The Cereal Coating : CAP Cereal 27 along with the TPA CSC made up my cereal layer along w/ blending over into the Cinn layer.
the Drizzle : Cap Caramel made up my drizzle and to add to the overall darkening of the mix
and last but not least
the fryer ..i chose Zepolla for the fried note it was a little light and probably will get tweaked later but for time sake as i just received my FA cinn yesterday
and had to get my testing and mixes done for the challenge in the allotted time frame ..
Firstly this is not my original work, and all credit goes to Highwind.. Who has made an excellent choice in flavorings and percentages and recreating an excellent Cinnamon cream..Iimho its Very very good... What I have done is with the addition of Cinnamon Sugar Cookie (TPA), and cereal 27 (CAP), and lastly Biscuit (INW) To give it a toast crunch...
Ty Highwind for sharing this most excellent recipe.
Derived from Highwinds : https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62261#king_cinnabum_s_cream_by_highwind
This is a very good remix I did of Frankenvape by The Standard.
TFA Kiwi Double is used here because I believe it is in the original.
TFA Orange Cream as well at TFA Marshmallow are also used for the same reasons.
TFA coconut was used as an afterthought and adds a really unique layer.
TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie was used to fill out the recipe and bring it all together. You can not sub this out for CAP CDS!
If you enjoy The Standard's Frankenvape, I think you may enjoy this. It's good fresh, but after 4 days the orange, kiwi & faint cinnamon really begin to mesh well together.
60-65% VG recommended.
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A sweet cavendish blended with all your favorites. Very dessert-like flavor.
Nobody does NETs like Ty Edwards of Stixx Mixx. And SM Black Cavendish is one of my favorites!
Cavendish(in the cigar world) refers more to the process of curing rather than a 'type' of tobacco. The result of fermenting tobacco via pressure and heat/steam(into 'cakes') is a very sweet & mild tobacco.
It was Sir Thomas Cavendish, in the 16th Century, who discovered that dipping tobacco leaves in sugar provided a sweeter and milder experience. It is due to this sweetness that I chose SM Black Cavendish as my centerpiece.
It didn't take too long to decide on what I wanted to add to my Black Cavendish. Basically, all my favorite things.
TFA Peanut Butter is so creamy and authentic, so this choice was simple. I also wanted more sweetness and an airy quality to this particular mix. Thus, the addition of the very authentic TFA Marshmallow.
TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie is so underrated imho. Much better utilized in this recipe than CAP Sugar Cookie ever could be.
TFA Brown Sugar/Brown Sugar Extra, CAP Coconut & TFA Kentucky Bourbon are a great threesome that add an almost mouth-watering finish bringing it all together for your vaping pleasure.
65/35% ratio recommended. Great as a SNV, as all Stixx Mixx NETs are. Let it set 1-3 days and the dessert flavors come out more.
It's my opinion there should be more tobaccos out there. Somehow they died down and fruits took over. Which is okay. I'm not a fruitophobe. But I believe it's time for great NETs(like Stixx Mixx) to GO VIRAL!!
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This one is my first attempt at a clone of a "premium" e-liquid. The liquid is called "BA-NA-NAS" by Coil Butter. The profile given for their liquid is as follows: A freshly baked snicker doodle infused with ripe banana. I feel like I have come as close to the actual recipe as I can. Here comes the breakdown:
TFA Banana Cream: This banana is creamy enough to hold it's own against the other flavors in this recipe, while being subdued enough to let those other flavors shine through. I also chose this banana over LA Banana Cream, as this has a more authentic banana feel, where LA is more candy like.
FLV Rich Cinnamon: A user by the handle "Drumbtr" on the DIY or DIE Discord chat gave me the idea to make a dilution out of this one. At a 10% dilution in PG, this recipe now sits smoothly into the recipe, and really compliments the cinnamon in the TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie.
CAP Sugar Cookie v1: You guys already knew this one was in here. One of my all time favorite flavors, and the absolute best sugar cookie to use as the base in this recipe. It really sits on the palate well and provides the warm bakery notes that this profile is based on.
TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie: This flavor is by itself pretty damn tasty, but in this mix, the cinnamon is accented by the FLV Rich Cinnamon. This flavor also really helps to add another layer of that sweet snickerdoodle cookie, and backs up the CAP Sugar Cookie perfectly.
TFA Sweetener: Tbh, CAP Super Sweet would have probably fit better in this recipe, but I only had TFA Sweetener. Sue me, lol. The sweetener really brings out the, welll, sweetness of the other components in this mix. It also helps to add to that, er-hem... "premium" feel.
Hope you guys like this recipe. Your constructive feedback is always well appreciated.
A recreation of this delicious cinnamon banana granola baby food that my son and I both love.
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