Used in 1987 recipes at an average of 0.791%.
Blue Team's Recipe from Mixer Showdown #2 on the DIY_ejuice Discord.
We stole the candy from Candy Mountain and stuffed it into a cupcake. We made sure to bury red team in the process. Since we're team BLUE... blueberry!
JF Yellow Cake makes the base for the cupcake. VT Yogurt Drink makes the impromptu frosting loaded with delicious Blueberry from FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry. VT Fizzy Sherbet brings the pop rocks! All that backed by some lemon to brighten the Blueberry from VT Yogurt Drink and VT Fizzy Sherbet.
Blue Teams recipe for the Mixer Showdown #2 on DIY_eJuice Discord.
JF Yellow Cake makes the base for the cupcake. VT Yogurt Drink makes the impromptu frosting loaded with delicious Blueberry from FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry. VT Fizzy Sherbet brings the pop rocks!
All that backed by some lemon to brighten the Blueberry from VT Yogurt Drink and VT Fizzy Sherbet.
Blueberry and Orange Bubble milk tea
This is an adaptation of my Dewwy Boba recipe
In this version we are sticking to the Bubble milk base and substituting the Cherry Blossom for honeysucle to create a syrupy floral to support the blueberry.
JF blueberry berry is juicy and is the perfect contrast to the vibrant and crisp FA Orange.
I have added a hint of fa billberry just to give the blueberry some depth
I love all of them... Yet to crown a winner.
A Simple well rounded cool Blueberry vape. If you prefer menthol instead of ws-23, polar blast recommend 0.85% of FLV cool menthol. This recipe is intended for pod use. Enjoy!!!!
Check us out on facebook.. New mixers always welcome!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/456512471380574
Check The video of this mix on youtube.. Recipe here mixed Live ----->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm3R9KdRl5c&t=112s
Ugh so annoying, lost my description. Here we go again. The profile I was going for was a dark berry forward yogurt smoothie with a hint of lemon. The VT Yoghurt drink takes care of the yogurt with the hint of lemon, but it's not thick enough on its own for a smoothie and FW yogurt provides that thickness without making it overly creamy. I wanted to make sure the Forrest Fruit didn't get overpowered by the yogurtness of this mix so I boosted all the dark berries. The FA black currant adds that syrupy sweetness and the FA Bilberry gives it an additional fresh blueberry vibe. TFA Blackberry is notoriously strong and I didn't want it to overpower the mix, but it just belonged in the dark berry mix. This started as a collab on the DIY_eJuice Discord with @isuamadog, but we veered in different directions as he wanted to bring the yogurt to the front. As always fun times on the discord and delicious recipes.
This is a true muddling of flavors, difficult to nail down exactly what it is, aside from tasty.
The blueberry combo here has Bilberry adding more of the fleshy, more "true" blueberry notes, while FW is almost syrupy, vaguely candied berries. the combination doesn't have a truly dry element to it and leans more toward the sweeter side of what makes blueberries so tasty.
The peach combo was put together as an effort to build more body off of the delicate nature of white peach, while helping pare down the harshness of the peach juicy.
The magic here though is really all on the Pitaya. INW's dragonfruit is sort of hard to pin down, not the emulsification agent that TFA dragonfruit is, and more of a real fruit flavor. It's a potent one, and it sort of turns things in a unique direction here.
The ws-23 is pretty obvious, adding a refreshing chill and really makes this a more spring and summer mix than anything else.
Ok first things first, this was inspired by Kittybit8. His version looks damn tasty and we were chatting in the DIYeJuice mixing lab and we came up with 2 versions of this. Here is his version http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/145323#frenchmorningsbynordicflavoursv
So onto the recipe: We have a base of VT croissant, which I haven't seen much about at all. I did see a recipe which combined it with FA cookie to provide some more body to go along with this buttery croissant(http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/131827) and I have to say @Demented76 nailed it. Its the perfect base.
The bilberry is pretty strong berry, so I didn't want it to overpower the blackcurrant. The good news is that both have that syrupy texture to go alone with the fruity goodness. I brought in the TFA marshmallow to sweeten and fluff. Steep at least one full day or the you'll just taste the base. Enjoy!