Used in 95 recipes at an average of 1.926%.
This breakfast mix has suprisingly been an all day vape for me. Like most of my mixes, its lighter in the flavors to work for a higher watt device. If it doesn't feel flavorful enough to you, mix it as a concentrate then use a higher overall %. The flavor tastes like cheerios mixed with sweetened craisins turned into a breakfast bar held together with a raw honey cookie butter.
Sweet Rice (FE) 3.5% / Wheat (FLV) .25%:
Ok so if you ever want a great cheerios stone, this is it. Sweet rice is a great flavor. When mixed with a touch of wheat it bends right into the classic plain cheerios.
Honeycomb (VT) 3% / Almond Cookie (WF) 1.5%:
The honeycomb and almond cookie are acting as the glue that hold the cheerios and craisins together. Honeycomb is like a raw honey. Its sweet and with the almond cookie, actually helps turn the cheerios into honey nut style.
Apple Cranberry (FLV) 1.5% / Meringue (FA) 1%:
The apple cranberry is a solid flavor, it doesn't quite have the craisins texture, but the taste is perfect. The meringue sweetens it up while also helping reduce the dryness of the cheerios.
This actually tastes fantastic as a shake n vape. Let it steep a few days though for all the flavors to blend together.
I was after that OG ice cream truck ice cream bar - with the almond cake shell and vanilla ice cream. I used WF frozen yogurt and FLV cream to achieve that ., WF almond cookie and toasted almond were perfect for the outer almond cake shell . I love FLV coconut so I added it here but it is not needed if you are not a coconut fan. The vanilla whipped cream was just for more volume and vanilla accent for this mix.
mixed up for mixing in the kitchen episode on yogurt https://youtu.be/JS7fE5ONxx8
Christmas Confections is an attempt at recreating the date and rice crispies cookies that my aunt used to make at Christmas time. I'm not sure if a date concentrate exists, but I would say the flavor is somewhere between a jammy fig and a cooked plum. I used FLV Fig at 0.5% and INW Smoked Plum at 0.2% (a ridiculously low % . . . but that stuff is powerful) to create the gooey resemblance of dates cooked in sugar. I added the WF Molasses to add the deep sweetness that comes with cooked dates. WF Almond Cookie (2%), TFA Rice Crunchies (3%), and TFA Coconut Candy (0.75%) make up the body of the cookie that's mixed in (similar to rice crispy treats) after the sugar and dates have cooked into a syrupy sweet mixture. FA Meringue (1%) and CAP Super Sweet (0.5%) round this out with that heavy coating of powdered sugar that the warm cookies are rolled in before serving.
Inspired by the king of cookie Chrisdvr1. One of the first cookies you can taste on the drawl. The almond is immediate. Then following is the crisp cookie with the almond backing it up. As you exhale you get the Vienna cream an the cream from the sugar. The almond is there to make sure the almond in almond cookie doesn’t get overtaken. The sugar cookie and crispy wafer battle each other for crispness and moistness do a great job of putting this cookie we’re it Needs to be and holding that line between dry and moist. Then the Vienna cream creams things up with the Bavarian cream to be the glue.