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This started out as a attempt to clone Breakfast at Teleos Crunch, but honestly I always preferred Yeti Vapes Crunchy Black. So I guess this was really trying to find a middle ground between the two juices.
This is better than both!
Berry crunch is the main note obviously. I added the new TFA sweet cereal flakes to try and add some supporting cereal notes. And the combo works quite we'll together.
TFA Bavarian cream, CAP vanilla custard, FW yogurt make up the creamy milk. FLV marshmallow vanilla (because who doesn't like some vanilla) and marshmallow support said milk. I don't feel this combo adds any "fluff". I like FA marshmallow in cereal vapes because to me it tastes like the dry powdered outside part of a marshmallow.
This is not a shake and vape recipe. The first few days you cannot taste the berries in the crunch berries. But you do get the harsh scratchy crunchy pieces of cereal that tears up the roof of your mouth when eating the actual food. After 4 to 5 days the berry comes through, the cream takes shape and smoothes everything out and is delicious.
I am a big fan of Cereal mixes and I really like TPA Sweet Cereal Flakes. I hadn't made a mix with it in a while but I wanted to do something a little different with it and it still be Cereal. Now they have made all the old timer cereals like Frosted Flakes, Fruity Pebbles. Froot Loops with Lucky Charm type Marshmallows. So I thought I would give that cereal profile a go.
I don't mix with high % anymore and haven't for some time now so even flavors like TPA, FW that general need higher %'s I use much lower than most. But for me it works out great, I can still taste each flavor as good if not better than when I mixed much much higher. If you are someone who has trouble tasting at lower % then feel free to up them to your liking just stay at the same ratios. But I urge you to try this mix as is first before changing it and going higher in %'s.
I wanted the SCF to be the star of the show so it is at the highest % here. I used WF Cashew in place of AP. It really does compliment the SCF so well and does something lovely to it IMO.
TPA LLC is behind SCF not only for a bit more of the cereal grain taste but also for the Hard Cereal Marshmallow taste. It is a weaker flavoring but at 2% here it works great. I used DIYFS Pillow Talk pretty low because I didn't want it to take over with a gooey type Marshmallow. At this % it helps bring that Crunchy Marshmallow in the LLC out from the cereals a little more. And of course the OOO Cream, FA Cream Fresh and FA Meringue make the sugary sweet milk our cereal floats in.
I gave this a quick hot bath uncapped and then steeped for 3 days and on day 3 it was DELICIOUS, it is exactly what I was shooting for. It is very much vapeable after 3 days but if allowed to steep a full 7-10 days the Cream/Milk comes through a bit more and the cereal actually becomes kinda like when you let your cereal sit in the milk just long enough for it to start to get a bit soft but still has a crunch to it.. I don't know how to explain it in Vape terms but that is what it becomes after a longer steep. 3 or 10 days it is a great cereal mix IMHO.
Give it a mix and let me know what you think.. Happy Mixing...
This is a blackberry and pomegranate cream cake with a floral edge. I used tfa sweet cereal flakes for the crust since the picture looked like a granola type "more natural" crust. I used SC Blackberry to give a sweeter more candied edge to the blackberry blossom. The Vienna cream and vanilla cream extra help to tone down the intensity of the blackberry blossom and pomegranate.
This is a tasty bright sweet jammy strawberry forward inhale that moves into a light tart lemon on the exhale ending with a vanilla bakery note. can be a shake and vape but is best 3 - 5 days
This was made for daytime franks MIXIN IN THE KITCHEN TPA episode https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzG9vsIgaCUzHVrUMHiV_g
dragon fruit just helps to get the strawberry to pop out and helps to blend the lemon and strawberry notes . Also dragon fruit is a great enhancer for strawberry .
Despite all the strawberries out there the combination of TPA strawberry and Strawberry ripe are just hard to beat and if you have those 2 - you can create just about any strawberry you want
Lemonade cookie is a great flavor but will fade so it needs some support - sadly I did not really have any other good TPA lemon flavors for this mix and this just screamed for a bit more lemon and INW lemon cake was just tooo good to leave out. it. INW does lemons really well and this adds those notes and support the bakery with a yellow almost pound cake base
Vanilla swirl is added for some body ad vanilla notes
sweet cereal supports the bakery notes and adds some additional sweetness and texture with a sweetned corn flake note
NOTES: This is pretty sweet mix but if you want it sweet add sweetner FLV sweetness .03% or cap supper sweet .5% to pop put those fruit notes. if you want more of a sour note WF sweet and sour rhubarb at 2.5% could also be added here to support some of those sour notes, as well as VT sour lemon at around 1.50% . A bit of cap sugar cookie to add more texture and butter notes if you want to around 2.5%
The key to this mix is the use of WF sesame candy to create that dark Kernel of a popcorn ( Thank you https://alltheflavors.com/users/StarsandClouds Pippa for that tip!!) it is exactly what was needed to add that authenticity to the mix . It really can not be subed. it is initially strong in the mix but will fade in about 3 days and settle in very nicely .
The WF caramel butter and VT salted caramel pair to create that buttery caramel note. I tried various blends or caramel, toffee and butterscotch and this was the winning combo.
TPA kettle corn and TPA sweet cereal flakes make that sweet kettle corn texture that i was looking for, without being overly dry and providing that very light corn note. ( SUBs - cereal 27 was too dark for this and added too dry of a texture. WF caramel rice crispy can also work, but I preferred the TPA sweet cereal. l Most of the other popcorn flavors are more of the movie theater popcorn butter and did not work. FLV popcorn can also work here but I preferred kettle corn) .
VT golden syrup and OOO vanilla Marshmallow are the sweet blending notes to this mix and help to had some volume and mouth feel to off set the dry notes of the popcorn and cereal
NOTE: This is pretty sweet so I did not add any sweetners but add to your taste
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Vanilla custard V1+ INW custard
I always get a slight cereal note, from INW custard, especially in a fresh batch. Throwing a touch In with classic cap vanilla custard V1, produces a very milky, buttery, deep, and rich vanilla custard base, to build off of. The serial note I mentioned, really get a boost by the hazelnut accent in this recipe.
HS & FW blueberry + TPA sweet cereal flakes + TPA marshmallow
HS & FW blueberry
This is my go to blueberry combo, I ❤ FW blueberry, one of the first flavoring I added to my collection. Adding just a touch of HS blueberry, gives it a slightly Jam like flavor,and turns yumm into Wow.
TPA sweet cereal flakes
This is fastly becoming, my favorite cereal flavoring. I've used it almost everything I have mixing lately!!!. Fit right in without any fuss versatile and extremely useful, it sweetens the profile, ( so no need for sweetener ) and gives it its amazing, flaky, delicious cereal flavor.
Not a lot to say about marshmallow, that hasn't been sent before. Pairs perfectly with the vanilla in CAP vanilla custard, and it just seems to absorb the blueberry, becoming a perfect blueberry marshmallow. On top of all of that adds a little extra fluff to the mix.
Flavor West hazel nut, does a perfect job of blending everything together, giving you just that extra edge of malt, helps boost the creams, and provides great contrast for the vanilla.
First and most obvious you could substitute TFA marshmallow for fa marshmallow. TFA is a bit on the cheaper side and in a side-by-side comparison I can barely tell the difference. But if you have flavor Arts offering it will substitute in at the same percentage nicely.
Although I highly recommend, picking up HS blueberry, it really is Flavor West blueberry best friend, If you don't have it you could leave it out.
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