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apple cinnamon and Cinnamon bun (Review/question)

Discussion in 'Killer Juice' started by Spencer87, Sep 26, 2014.

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  1. Spencer87

    Spencer87 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 24, 2014
    Jakarta- Indonesia
    Anyone try these juices?
    I've tried them. I think... uh... well, I can't give a review on them... because even having not tasted them before or after, I think I got a bad batch (is that possible?)
    But I am thinking of trying them again. It tasted almost like some of my red-hot got in to these two juices too! Just wanna know other people opinions of them.
  2. Walt83

    Walt83 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Dec 9, 2013
    United States
    A red hot o_O

  3. Spencer87

    Spencer87 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 24, 2014
    Jakarta- Indonesia
    I dunno. I ordered red hot, apple cinnamon and cinnamon bun together. I tasted the pastry and the apple... hidden by some stronger taste that didnt mix with them.

    Ill probably end up ordering one of them again. just wondering if anyone has one them in their ADV rotation.

    Maybe sitting with the red hot (being such a strong smelling juice) for over a week in the post Muddled the taste a tad.
  4. demlevis

    demlevis Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2014
    Omaha, NE
    I've had both, acquired before Walt went to 25% as the standard flavor percentage. (15% was the old mix on most juices, I believe. )

    I love the cinnamon roll. The cinnamon in it didn't really taste like a red hot to me, but it's definitely a dominant flavor.

    My apple cinnamon was a hard one to judge - I couldn't really taste the apple, just a mild, natural cinnamon. Again, not red hot-type cinnamon. I actually just got the apple cinnamon diy flavor in my last order so I could give the juice a flavor boost and hopefully bring the apple out.

    Now, KJ red hot... that's some good stuff, in my opinion! I'm a hot cinnamon candy (atomic fireballs, yum! )/gum fan, and I tried many cinnamon/cinnamon candy/fire and ice flavors and hadn't found one I would re-order until I tried KJ'S cinnamon red hot.

    Just spitballin' here, but maybe Walt's lab tech made your red hot first and decided to use red hot for the cinnamon flavor in your cinnamon roll and Apple cinnamon instead of reaching for plain cinnamon base?
  5. JoanJ

    JoanJ ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 4, 2014
    I haven't had the juice but have the flavoring and it is really nice. It is the mild baking type cinnamon and the apple isn't a strong apple, more like a mild juicy flavor. I also left reviews of the flavorings on the site yesterday so maybe they will show for you today. I am talking apple cinnamon here and not cinnamon bun.
    Now I want to try the hot cinnamon :)
  6. Spencer87

    Spencer87 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 24, 2014
    Jakarta- Indonesia
    yea, sorta the idea I had, Thought KJ was a lot smaller then though, haha. But no matter, you say its good then Ill probably end up giving the cinnamon bun another taste. Just needed someone to reaffirm it to me.
  7. Kemosabe

    Kemosabe Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Sep 21, 2011
    Roe Dylin
    the cin roll is spot on. excellent juice. no fireball cinnamon taste for me. just warm delicious savory-sweet cinnamon roll.
  8. JoyPeace

    JoyPeace Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 11, 2014
    Philadelphia ,USA
    I love the cinnamon roll and apple cinnamon . The cinnamon is a real cinnamon flavor not a red hot type but it is predominate . This is normal when cooking with cinnamon as well ,you just know it is there . It may sound weird but I even get the texture coming through with cinnamon roll.
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