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This an attempt at Marina classics kronut. Enjoy!!
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They describe this as an irresistible kronut flavor that satiates with rich, buttery pastry, sugary glaze, sweet vanilla and a touch of creamy milk. Your taste buds will scream with pleasure as you enjoy this luxurious dessert flavor that has just the right amount of sweetness.
This is my take on a version of Graham Slam ejuice profile
ON inhale you get the graham cracker that transitions to a sweet honey oat cereal note that is blended together with the creams and marshmallow
Tested on a reload S at 60 watts - steep is 7 - 10 days
graham cracker is a true honey graham cracker with a crisp texture and graininess comes out after a steep (TPA Graham cracker clear could be used here but FW is slightly better for this profile)
Honey circles cereal gives that backed oat note with a nice touch of honey
Bavarian cream ads some sweet creamy body with some darker caramel notes
vanilla swirl brings slight vanilla notes and blends this mix
Tasted marshmallow adds sweetness and and some "baked" notes to he mix
on the inhale you get a brown sugar oat, multigrain cereal that transition to a cinnamon baked sweet apple
Tested on a Relaod RDA at 60 watts
made for DIY DOWUN UNDER Mixing with me mates episode on cereal https://youtu.be/fBjJQ01eRx4
For the cereal base the Apple snacks is good but light on the cinnamon and baked apple to me so the addition of apple filling provides that in spades, after a 5 day steep the cream notes come forward and the cinnamon in the apple filling settles out and sits very nicely in the back with the apple . The honey circles is a very much like honey nut cheerios to me and really pushes that oat cereal note . , hazelnut was added just as a accent note to add a toasted nut note to the cereal
For the milk I wanted a slightly thicker creamy milk base so the use of flv cream does that well along with meringue and a touch of vanilla marshmallow for sweetness and more body .
Milk and honey was added for a dark brown sugar sweetness for the mix
Add sweetner to y our liking this is pretty sweet as is but I added .3% of flv sweetness
I know this is a busy recipe and trust me I tried to simplify it but I just did not get my intended result with less ingredients.
To me the picture represents a healthy version of a rice crispy treat. To make the HoneyO's part I chose a combination of TFA honey circles because it has an delicate honey and Cheerio note, and accented the wheat notes with some FA Breakfast cereal. The picture has what looks like nuts cranberries and some other berry. For theruit note I used a combination of FLV cranberry and FLV boysenberry and pushed the red berry note with a little FA Raspberry. Cap toasted almond and Kinako Soy for the nut in lieu of peanuts because i find that peanut butter extracts can easily overpower and add a cream note that I was trying to avoid. Please note that it is important to use Cap Toasted almond because TFA version would be a bit too dry for this and a little more bitter. I used marzipan as an accent to the almond and as a sweetening agent for the cereal. Vanilla swirl and meringue stand in as the marshmallow and honey for two reason. First off Honey to me has a terrible outer vapor odor that I do not enjoy and would be hard to balance in a short amount of time without a long steep and because in an actual cereal treat you wouldn’t actually taste the marshmallow but rather it’s used to keep the cereal together with its sugary goodness. FLV Sweet dough provides some brown sugar, caramel and gooey notes in the recipe, and acts as a binder between the cereal and the creams.
Sweetener Recommendation: Brown Sugar instead of any other sweetener because it simply works in this. But If you have an extreme sweet tooth throw in some FW sweetener 1% lol