Idea from the noted crew. Won the alchemist flavorah pack from fotw drawing and was researching red cinnamon from odies flavor facts. Found the cinnamon episode I had seen before but forgot the red cinnamon review as I didn't have that flavor at the time. I believe Dave or Emily mentioned apple option i thought sounded interesting so i thought of sour apple first to compliment the candy componet of red cinnamon. Then wanted another apple to soften the sour and not more tart so ended up with inw 2 apples. The last part was finding a bridge from red cinn inhale to apple exhale but it ended up being more of a binder. Caramel was the obvious answer. So used the old stand by with caramel candy to achieve a deeper flavor that's there but still let's the apple peek through. 0.25 percent on the red cinnamon provides a full sticky mouth feel and just works with the sour/tart of the apples. Hope you enjoy, it's different and delicious. Shake and vape approved but the caramel will develop after a couple days.
My 1st ground up mix. Started with craving it and had fig so flavor research led me to VT red dates. Love that deep rich baked fruit vibe I get from it. Combine with FLV fig it shines through the oatmeal cookie. Didnt really think about coconut until I found some photos and recipes online. Wanted to focus on 3 flavors to combine for this juice. The coconut started with sweet coconut because thats my goto in bakeries, the FA coco helps it blend with the golden syrup. Love the flavor the golden syrup has with the red dates and bridges it with the cookie. I used caramel original instead of brown sugar because I believe its smoother with the golden syrup instead of 2 flavors it combines into one. Praying that someone mixes this up and gives me some feedback. I was astonished how well this turned out. Really well balanced, I probably did 3 versions and still playing but its freaking good and will share it at this point. Believe I got lucky having and mixing these flavors as they play really well together. Ive been mixing other people creations for around 2 years and a ton of online research and talking with other mixers. Just never thought my 1st official juice would turn out this well. I like a week long steep to meld esp with those dates and fig.