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Jolly Ranchers Apple Watermelon Gummies were the inspiration behind this recipe. Damn tasty as a S&V.

Video Link for Notes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lr2Tk9X5ZY

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Homer can't get enough of these things. I hadn't tried formulating a Blueberry sweet dough before but I had WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough on hand and thought....

Self: What can we do with this?
Other Self: Well.. It's dough you dipshit! A friggin' bakery!
Self: Alrighty then, Behavioral therapy it is.

So this flavor needs a bit of a steep to allow the complexities of the bakery elements to meld together, But the aroma right away will make you glad you mixed this up. Enjoy :)

Full flavor notes... Loading... Loading.. Loading.. Smacks keyboard

Self: Eh, Forget it. Shuts computer down

First time mixing in a long time, This is a collective collaboration with my boy Ricky (Find him on ELR @ rickjinx http://e-liquid-recipes.com/list?filter=109009). Being the fat boys we are we found ourselves craving a sweet vanilla cake. The final product we came up with is what you will see here. Enjoy! :)

Just a pleasant MOIST vanilla cake. Feel free to experiment by adding additonal fruits. Think of this as a straight MOIST (yes I'm going to say it again) MOIST white vanilla iced cake blank slate to build on, Or enjoy it straight up as is. Not overbearing to the senses and can easily be an all day vape for bakery lovers.

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Warm, Soft, Buttery Pistachio cookies guaranteed to melt in your mouth.

10 ingredient recipes may look laborious to mix, But I assure you it's worth the extra time and elbow sweat if you really dig cookie vapes. :)

FA Vienna Cream
To add richness.

FW Butterscotch
An accent to compliment TFA's Pistachio.

TFA Pistachio
A very creamy and pleasant ingredient that I didn't want drowned out, 3.25% felt right to nestle next to the cookie notes. If you really like this ingredient (I wouldn't blame you) you can bump this one up.

FW Hazelnut
Used as a texture base note for the creams.

TFA Cheesecake Graham Crust
Inherently contains a touch of coconut (which isn't present via taste) that adds to the body of the mix. Softens sharp notes, rich, thick, and creamy

FA Cookie
Deep, Warm, Butter cookie notes.

FA Meringue
Used as a minor sweetener to FA Cookie and the other bakery notes, At 0.5% we avoid the meringue flavor.

FA Cream Fresh
The last revision of this mix lacked a bit of body, Cream Fresh helps fluff it up without deterring from the profile.

FA Vanilla Tahity
Vanilla body, Nearly undetectable notes of almond and marzipan to add intrigue to the recipe.

CAP Super Sweet
Optional, But I like this mix better with a sweeter tone.

Edited 6/20
Accidentally made a previous version live, Now updated to the final version. Sorry for the confusion.

Lemon Ice Cream with Frosted Flakes sprinkled on top sound tasty?

FW Lemon Meringue Pie
I wanted that "Dinner lady" vibe in the mix. To my palate, Albeit on the weak side, this ingredient is close to that note for me. There's no doubt in my mind this is in Lemon Tart.

FA Vienna Cream
Sweetness, Cream and a sugar "texture".

TFA Toasted Marshmallow
Added mouthfeel, But a light toasted note as well.

TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Vanilla, Cream and sweetness.

CAP Cereal 27
Have I mentioned how much I love this ingredient? Contributes the cereal note.

FA Custard
Plays beautifully with the Lemon ingredients to bring a smoother lemon experience, Further enhances the Ice Cream notes as well.

FA Lemon Sicily
Because FW is quite weak, I've added Lemon Sicily as backbone support to prevent the lemon note from fading over time.

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After being given a bottle of Gingerbread Man, I was convinced I could one up them. This is my take on a Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwich.

Lorann Bavarian Cream, CAP Butter Cream
Buttery smooth creamy mouthfeel, Vanilla.

CAP Gingerbread
Not the time of year, I know. Self explanatory ingredient though.

FA Maple Syrup
A little softening to the gingerbread, darkness and a little sweetness for the mix.

FA Meringue, FA Vienna Cream, CAP Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Ice cream obviously. This is one of my favorite ice cream bases to build on. CAP can be subbed for TFA if you prefer.

FA Zeppola
A light dough contribution to represent the "sandwich" part of the profile.

CAP Super Sweet
Optional, But for my taste buds .4% felt right.

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"Blue balls" was obviously taken so here we have "Lack-a-nookie".

After vaping Smurf Soup for so long I decided to revisit the blueberry profile....

FW Blueberry
Smurf Soup was formulated with TFA Blueberry Wild, Also a weaker flavor, But it had a very bright and slightly tangy vibe to it. I wanted something deeper and more syrupy.

FLV Blueberry Muffin
No muffin notes with this one, Inaccurate name. Used for deeper ripe notes but it also provides a level of salivation when you vape it. Quite strange, But very pleasant.

FA Bilberry
Deep dark berry. Yum. 'Nuff said.

TFA Dulce De Leche
Sweet milk with berries? Yes please!

TFA Marshmallow
Sweetness, Mouthfeel, Fills the gap between cream and fruits.

FA Vienna Cream
Richness, Creaminess, A nice hint of vanilla to contrast the blueberry.

Not really the bakery season, But I'm a sucker for em'. Just wanted to try my hand at a profile I've been meaning to get to for a while.

Butterscotch Ripple
Hands down my favorite butterscotch. 4% felt right to be perceptible in this recipe, Without completely overtaking the donut.

FA Zeppola, FLV Sweet Dough
Both contribute to the donut portion of the profile.

FLV Vanilla Custard
Smooth rich Vanilla. Perceptible but not cloying at 2.5%. A thoroughly thick body provides a wonderful mouthfeel as well.

Salted Caramel
Used as a booster for the butterscotch.

Brown Sugar
Plays the role of blender/sweetener with a tiny contribution to mouthfeel.

Butter Cream
More diacetyl!! Gives me all's of it! Kidding. This finalizes the thick mouthfeel while contributing to the bakery sensation.

FW Hazelnut
Nut tones for complexity but adds grain to the mix to give it a more perceptible donut texture.

CAP Super Sweet
Just a dash to add some lacking sweetness.

Steep Time: 10 days

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Tony's future was bright. Spending years perfecting his talent and product, He had climbed the ladder of the cereal kingdom.

He had established himself as the "face". Ad revenue and screen castings were rolling in. Tony was on top of the world.

That was until the birth of those little ADHD assho... I mean the gnomes. The snapping, the crackling, the popping. It drove Tony MAD!

Childrens and adults everywhere fell in love immediately.

Tony was forgotten. Pushed aside in favor of the new blood in the cereal game. Years passed, Tony dove deeper into depression.

Sitting, Alone. Disheartened. Defeated.

That was until he discovered a video on his wife's laptop. The video revealed the trio of noisy cereal characters had run a train on his wife!

ENRAGED Tony decided to battle back like Rocky! He would put those fucking midgets in their rightful place! His COMEBACK!

This, Is the product of his revenge. His one chance to take back the throne of the cereal world.

After killing all of them, He had a revelation. What if he used their blood to sweeten the cereal!?

The results, amazing.

The Gnomes and that two timing whore of a wife are now to be enjoyed by everyone! THIS. IS. TONY'S REVENGE!


|||| FLAVOR NOTES |||| (Because creative stories are apparently not cool anymore)

Profile Goal: Bottom of the bowl, drenched and drizzled, sweetened cereal milk.

Acetyl Pyrazine
Who doesn't know what AP is anymore?
It's an additive to impart a bready and grainy texture. At 1% it gives the mix a lightly baked characteristic.
It also covers the inclusion of slight berries some users report coming from Capella's Cereal 27.

Capella Cereal 27
This is the foundation the cornflake is built off of. At 5% here it's dominant as we want it to be in the profile.
Lightly sweet with some oat grain. Authentic cornflakes.

Lucky Leprechaun
For me, this is more milk and marshmallow than cereal. It adds smoothness to the recipe and contributes
to the experience by pairing with Milky undertones to add a thick milk base.

One on One Milky Undertones
This could potentially be replaced by FA Fresh Cream or another of your favorite milk bases, But OoO Milky
Undertones fit the profile from version one so I stuck with it. It paid off by contributing a nice dense milky finish.

TFA Bavarian Cream
This also offers to the rounding of the overall profile, Serving as a great blender and smoother for the grains and
the milky finish. It contains a nice low vanilla note barely perceptible but is a great addition to the milk.

TFA Marshmallow
In this mix it thickens and sweetens. Traditional frosted flakes are sweet as hell, But this isn't the final touch that
takes this from a mediocre frosted flakes, To an authentic sweet bowl.

CAP Super Sweet
This is it. This is what the initial mixes I was working on was missing. Being inherently against using sweeteners
for the sake of my coils, I was hesitant to try it. After it's inclusion it brought the entire mix to completion. At just
.5% it works, But .75% was the sweet spot matched side by side with a bowl of frosted flakes cereal milk.


Accompanying Video for further notes and entertainment:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-vvx5VKDiQ

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This was a very complex development. Finding the right balance for an explosion of flavor and smoothness was not easy. This is a very original and complex mix.

If I had to sum up this profile I would say it is an original candy mix extremely close to the Modus Eliquid "Pablo".. Which is odd being that there's no lemon in this mix. I chalk that up to the interaction between the fruits.

This recipe was developed and derived from my Warrmel Ohm recipe. Adding Pink Guava, Super Sweet and Cantaloupe completely transformed it into this beautiful complexity.

10/10 would certainly recommend you mix this up and give it a go. Perfect ADV for me, Great from shake and vape.

User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I was looking for a reason to say "you need cereal 27" lol but low and behold this was quite nice. The milk note I think is a little light, but I definitely get a solid corn flake goodyness. Would recommend others to try this out.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Very smooth and flavorful for such a simple formula. Love it man, Great job! 7 days on the spot it's delicious.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Good off the rip, Having never had a real guanabana I can only say this is great. Going to wait a few days to let the ice cream pop out a bit but it is good right away, Judging by the other reviews I will have this sitting close by for the next few days. Good job MiLLs.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Very well balanced. Going in I thought it odd as I've never had a blackberry coffee before, Nor have I ever seen one. It's different, But in a really good way. Good job Em. It's oddly, very tasty. I don't get a lot of coffee from it but I think that's part of it's charm.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I followed Goldfish's suggestion and mixed up your actual recipe. Left them to steep and honestly forgot about them. After what I'm assuming is three weeks I tried it. Very smooth and a great strawberry combo here. I did slightly prefer the CAP implementation better but pandoro was also a very enjoyable version. Great recipe dent.
User: SteamOn Score: None Entered: over 4 years ago
Haven't mixed it, But this gave me the oddest form of feelies
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Very good balance , being that I'm recovering the alcohol taste here is quite comforting. Very enjoyable and authentic.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
Definitely had shaky hands using the brie cheese, But this stuff is good!
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Yo Folk, This stuff is actually damned good! I don't mix many other mixers stuff due to lack of time, But this one was too simple and quick to mix up to pass up on it. Damn am I glad I mixed it up. Five stars hands down bro. Great recipe.
User: SteamOn Score: 4 Entered: over 3 years ago
Going into this mix I had the preconceived notion that being your third release, with the rate you've been releasing, it wouldn't be amazing. In all fairness, That being said, It is a very enjoyable vape. You're well on your way Mamba, And I'm proud of you. Hang in there kid, We're gonna get you all the way right! haha Cloud salute!
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
You've got a winner bro! Loving that chocolate cherry note. The enjoyable nature of tatanka shines through holding hands with the cured, Absolutely one of my favorite tobacco mixes to date. I'm mad I didn't make a bigger bottle. Excellent mix dude!
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
When I seen crepe in the recipe, I knew I had to mix this. I'm glad I did. This is a soft and light flavor that's enjoyable through the day and especially following a heavy dinner.
User: SteamOn Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Simplicity and exceptional flavor. What more could you ask for in a recipe?
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