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  1. Willbo

    Willbo Bronze Contributor Member For 4 Years Member For 3 Years

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    TPA Sweetener - 2%
    FA Almond - 0.25%
    TPA Brown Sugar - 0.25%
    Cap Cereal 27 - 5%
    Solub Arome Cream 0.5% (little difference subbing for bavarian cream, only there to thicken a tad)
    LA Cream Cheese Icing 1%
    FA Fresh Cream 1%
    FA Meringue 1%

    Kelloggs Frosties is a popular UK cereal that has been around for ever, my nan even knitted me a Tony the Tiger jumper with one arm longer than the other when I was a toddler.....a long long time ago!

    For those in the states that dont know it, if you think of sugar coated cornflakes that would pretty much be it. I am not a cereal fan and this is my first effort with cereal 27 which on first taste is by far the best cereal concentrate I have tried....it is very close to cornflakes, most of the other concentrates are added to give it a sugar coating. There is a milky cream in this but very light as I have never really enjoyed the "milk in the bottom of the bowl" cereal vapes and wanted to make this more about the cereal than the cream, has come out well.
     
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    We have them too. Called frosted flakes. With Tony the tiger and everything. Looks good though

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    I'm not a big cereal vapes fan, but I do like that Cereal 27. Might have to give this one a try! Great flavor combo. Thanks for sharing :)
     
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    The only thing I don't have is almond, (maybe sub for hazelnut?) I do have amaretto but not sure how that would taste.
    And the solub aroma cream? Maybe vanilla swirl or Bavarian cream sub?

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    That might work. Could be worth a try.
     
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    The cereal 27 (obviously) is vital. As are the sweetener, meringue, cream cheese icing for the sugar frosting or it would be cornflakes. I woul dsay if you are really not sure leave them out entirely as I used such small amounts I didnt want them to do too much so I was cautious. The solub cream was just for a tiny tiny amount of thickness and depth to the fresh cream so any thick cream would do, bavarian cream the closest but you could sub with cap custard or even cap creamy yoghurt (not the greek one tho). I dont know about vanilla swirl as not used it. The almond isnt there for a nut element, more to give a bit of sweetness to the milk and cereal so I wouldnt sub for another nut, if anything probably marzipan, but that is just a guess :)
     
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    Solub? First time I've seen this
     
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    Solub Arome, they are French. Have heard they are used a lot by a popular UK company. DOnt think available ine the US and to be honest, generally not missing much. I have tried about 10 of them and really didnt like them but the cream is ok, Im using it to use it, not because it is amazing compared to others or anything so dont worry about that. I WOULD though recommend there Donut if you can get it, best one by far for me.
     
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    I subbed the cereal 27 for tfa rice krispies. Gave it a ride on the ceiling fan, filled up my tank, and am vaping it now, seems like it is going to translate into a rice krispies treat fairly well, needs some steeping time though lol thanks for the share @Willbo

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    On the ceiling fan? What haha wouldn't it have been faltered to centrifugal force

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    Interesting. Obv cereal 27 is crucial to the frosties. What % do you use rice krispies at? Think I still have it somewhere in the cupboard but I never got anything out of it at all, was really dissapointed and only used it a couple of times, bit like lucky charms as well
     
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    5%, this was my first time using it, so I just tried the same percentage you suggested for cereal 27, now that it's steeped a little longer, I'm getting a nice sugary coating flavor on the front end, and a hint of the rice krispy afterward. Its not bad, but I believe it would of been a lot better if I had cereal 27 lol.

    And as far as the ceiling fan, I just made a 30 ml bottle of it to test, then I used some masking tape to tape it to the underside of one of the fan blades, put the fan on the lowest setting and let her spin for 30 min or so. Didn't seem to notice any adverse rotational force going on. Lol

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    Cool recipe, sounds like something I'd enjoy. Looking forward to making up a little bottle when I can... as close as I can, anyways.

    This, though...

    ...story of my DIY life, bro.
     
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    Yeah, Today was running out of cupboard space as been on a new concentrate trying spree last couple of months so decided to relegate ones I just dont use to under the kitchen worktop cupboard, just in case they may be used. Was surprised there were about 30-40 and even more surprised how many flvaour art ones were amongst them.
     
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    Uploaded this to ELR to get the calculations, under Frosties Cereal but I gave kudos to you and made sure everyone knew it was your recipe, I made it and it smells good, gonna let it steep for a bit.
    Any notes you'd like me to add?

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    I am on ELR now (think username is Will G). Have posted it on there. But thanks for doing that anyway, no need to add any notes from me. Feel free to add your own notes from the results though :)
     
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    Still steeping it, smells great though

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    This was pretty good, thanks for the recipe. I usually keep at least one cereal mix in rotation and this was a nice change of pace from the fruity mixes. Definately see some uses for Cap Cereal 27.
     
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    Please help... I mixed this up and it was fantastic! Now after 5 days it has such a throat hit I can't vape it... I supplemented the FA Almond for TFA Almond... and I used Bavarian Cream instead. I am not sure if I stuffed up the Nic amount but then why was it great at first...
    Any help would be most welcome guys
     
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    Sorry somehow double posted
     
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    Hey, good stuff!
    Tastes pretty close to Frosted Flakes!
    I used 1% Cap Sweetener and the Bavarian Cream. All in all, great vape!
    Great job!
     
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    Not used TFA Almond and not personally got a throat hit from it, so sorry to hear that. I wonder if its the cream cheese icing as it is a pretty scratchy sweet flavour have you used that before? Some flavours just dont work for people, I dont know. This is actually a recipe I am trying to remix again now as I do think the sweet part can be done a lot better and I want to add just a bit more and different milk to tone it down
     
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    It seems to steep out and calm down slightly over time but still a little harsh on the throat.... I would be very keen to try your new addition too. And ey no judgement... its perhaps just my silly throat or my Cereal 27 could be old :)
     
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    If I may add, I was getting some of the same harshness from this mix. I think it is a sensitivity to the Cereal 27 and the NIC because I have a new bottle, and mixed something different, and had a similar experience.

    The thing is tho, I've made something similar that became an ADV, and oddly enough, the harshness slowly disappeared. So I no longer have that sensitivity.

    I am down to 1.2 to 1.3 NIC, and sometimes I'm sensitive to it depending on what it's made of. But was more so when vaping something with Cereal 27. I fell in love with that flavor, and vaped it so much, I'm immune to it. So I believe it has something to do with its lack of covering up NIC, not so much the flavoring itself.

    Anyway, great concentrate, and the flavoring is more addictive than the NIC. With some VBIC, it's always amazing
     
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    The newer one which I did was:

    Cap cereal 27 5%
    TPA Acetyl Pyrazine 1%
    TPA Marshmallow 2%
    FA Vanillin 1%
    One on One Creamy Milk Undertone 2%
    Cupcake World Devon Cream 1%
    FA Meringue 1.5%
    FA Almond 0.25%
    FLV Frosting 0.25%

    Devon Cream is from a UK company, you could just sub it with fresh cream, sweet cream or something similar of your choice. Think it sbetter than the original which was overly sweetened and has a bit more milkness from the one on one addition so it is a bit smoother which may suit you. I still cant really get the proper thick sugar coating I want to replicate frosties though
     
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    Nice! Never heard of "One on One Creamy Milk Undertone". I'll look for a place to get that. I love how Capella's VBIC brings in a milky undertone, it's a great supporting flavor
     

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