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Breakfast Bowls #3: Groot Loops - A bowlful of fresh Froot Loops with a little bit of milk.
This is a pretty linear profile. I wanted it to be straightforward and simple. I kept turning Fruit Rings up until I was satisfied. Then, I used some creams to smooth it out and bolster the mouthfeel. Big departure here, I know. I'm stuck on cereal vapes. What can I say?
Acetyl Pyrazine is giving texture to Fruit Rings. 0.75 is just enough to make it seem like fresh cereal without being too sharply crunchy.
Cheesecake Graham Crust helps both sides of the equation. The graham works with the AP to ensure a grainy cereal texture. The cheesecake gives body and sweetness to the milk. At 1%, it doesn't give off a cheesecake flavor in the mix; it just does it's background duties.
Cream Fresh thins the cheesecake out into something more like a subtle milk. 1% is enough to make a noticeable impact on the profile, but it doesn't distract from that main top note.
Fruit Rings is used pretty high here. I really wanted to get everything I could out of this flavor. I think it represents Froot Loops pretty damn well. The fruit notes are authentic to the cereal, and the texture is on target as well. 6% squeezes out about all there is to be had. It does get sharp up there, but I didn't want to accent it and distract from the profile. Chose to suck it up and work out the kinks with creams instead.
Marshmallow is acting as both a mild sweetener and texturizer. 1% fluffs up the milk and cereal to a satisfying mouthfeel. It also helps out the fruit notes with its tasty, sweet deliciousness. It keeps the sharper notes of Fruity Rings subdued.
Steeping is easy for this stuff. Mix it and rips it. I think it gets better after a week, but I just mix enough for a few weeks and vape through the steeping. It's great out of the gate, and I imagine some will like it best fresh.
Happy mixing. 👽
A fruit loops with milk recipe. Lemon is the main note you will taste its not a pungent lemon flavor more like a sweet candied lemon flavor helped out by a noticeable sweet candied orange flavor with accents of a candied strawberry all sitting in a amazing puffed corn base with the perfect amount of sweet cereal milk. Really good stuff!
Once I seen the Burger King Fruit Loops milkshake I knew that I wanted to go after that profile ! This here is a pretty simple profile ! But it's delicious !! FW Fruity Rings create the froot loops flavor and is the perfect choice for this mix ! TFA Vanilla bean Ice cream and TFA Vanilla swirl create the milkshake. TFA Toasted Marshmallow helps add a little Malted Flavor to the entire mix and TFA Whipped Cream adds a nice light creamy whipped cream on top of the shake !! Mix it up, leave feedback !!!!! Thanks !!!!! SK
"DIYeleos(Pronounced D.I.Yel-ee-ose) Milk":
This is my revision for my "My Milk" recipe. There were quite a few issues I had with that recipe, though others said they really enjoyed it.
Firstly, the inclusion of FW Fruity Flakes really bothered me. Even though it was only at,0.27%(or some ridiculous percentage like that), I didn't want any of that dangerous sugar crap in my recipe no matter how little was present. I don't mind diacetyl...but sugar? No way.
Secondly, there was simply too much lemon in My Milk. Way too much. I mean...a lot. Did I say way too much?
And finally, the correct balance with the custard & brown sugar just wasn't 'there'. Sure, it was palatable. But it wasn't worthy of all the praise it got, in my opinion.
I've been reviewing the original recipe since its' inception and reformulating on paper over & over & over. Today(05/04/17) I think I finally perfected the flavor. I quickly mixed up a 40ml batch straight away. I'm weird like that. If it doesn't look right, I won't even waste my time or supplies mixing it up. Needless to say, I was very pleased with this revision. Even fresh, this just...rocks. Everything is more balanced than my first recipe. And the lemon doesn't dominate. For those of you who want to enjoy Teleos The Milk without the SUPER inflated price, I think this mix is for you. This is one of those recipes that you just "know" will get better & better with age. Which is why I am releasing it right away.
The 1st difference you will notice in this new recipe is the inclusion of TFA Berry Crunch(also called Berry Cereal). This is because the more I vaped on the original Teleos eliquid, I found myself tasting this. Its a weaker flavor than FW Fruit Rings, so in order to be tasted, it was necessary for this concentrate to be higher. ANY less, and it becomes invisible in FW Fruit Rings bold flavor.
FW Fruit Rings is a great Pebbles foundation. At 1%, the citrus flavor(as in the real cereal) is present. CAP Lemon Meringue Pie was used at only 0.5% in order to 'soften' the sharp lemon in the FW Fruit Rings, while not completely killing the lemon. It also boosts the milky part of this mix.
First off we have the tried & true FW Hazelnut/FA Meringue milk base. I used more Hazelnut than Meringue in order to bring out a slight malty cereal feel. I purposely avoided Acetyl Pyrazine because this is more of a 'leftover milk' recipe as opposed to a grainy cereal. I wanted more thickness & milkiness, which is why I included TFA Vanilla Swirl at a low 1.5%.
The Real Stars Of The Show:
For the original Teleos The Milk and this new recipe, TFA Brown Sugar and CAP Vanilla Custard v1 are a MUST. Vanilla Custard is prominent, yet balanced. You cannot have Teleos The Milk without custard or brown sugar. That's just a fact. The key is getting the balance right. My original recipe had the custard at 4%. But the way it was balanced(or UNbalanced) made it TOO prominent in my My Milk recipe. In this new version, I use CAP VCv1 at a HIGHER(6%) percentage. And yet, even though it's higher....it doesn't take over. NEWBS: Notice this when formulating a recipe. Depending on the % of the other concentrates, raising a particular concentrate's percentage doesn't necessarily make it taste stronger! It's all about the balance.
EDIT: You can use either Erythritol OR CAP Super Sweet here. If you use Erythritol, use it at 0.75-1% depending on the sweetness you desire.
This is just GREAT freshly mixed as I knew it would be, But, as with all milky cereal vapes, 7-14 days steep will benefit it greatly.
70%VG is the way to go for that milky 'feel'.
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Fruity pebbles infused Creamy cheese cake. Metaphor is the star that pulls this cast together. Mix this and you'll be in a state of bliss.
Caution may lead to excessive Vaping due to chasing this amazing flavor. Dripper Drops is not liable for mass juice consumption. This one taste good after 2 days but give it 2 weeks and you'll really be amazed.
So fruit loops seem to be getting popular again. This is one I've been working on for about 3 months. And it's fucking delicious. Fruit rings is important. It's much better than TFA fruit circles. I know it seems high, but it was important to keep it up front, and not letting it get drown out by the other flavors, while still letting them come through during the steep. On top of this, adding TFA berry crunch is going to give it more complexity instead of just lemon while keeping the cereal element there. Strawberry ripe is doing the same, adding a little more fruit to the mix. Metaphor was the diamond in the rough on this one. For me, fruit loops isn't just lemon. I get alot of orange out of them too. Metaphor lends that orange flavor, and the cakey notes to it help with the cereal texture. This was not the same without metaphor. And it made it perfect. The mixture of creams works great and gives it a sweet milky taste. I used FW VBIC because it is a little creamier, sweeter, and less harsh then the other 2. Sweetener is there, because, it's a sugary cereal. This doesn't put it in the too sweet category, just the perfect amount of sweetness, that really helps tame the lemon, and balances all the flavors together. This is a 2 week steep minimum and best after 3. Before that the flavor will be a bit weak, and the creams won't really come out. Hope you enjoy!
The single best froot loops you'll vape.
2 week steep minimum.
Who doesn't love fruit loops?
First we start with our loop base.
Using Fw flakes/loops and tfa circles make for a great sugary base.
You can omit the Fw flakes if you're scared of the sugar syrup.
AP adds a touch of grainy flavor, you can sub 2% tpa or Fw rice crispy type in place of AP.
Cap lemon meringue pie finishes our loop base and starts our creamy milk.
Holy vanilla is our secret weapon for our milk base. At this low of a percentage it has a fantastic milky flavor and is lightly sweet.
Sweet cream deepens out the milk flavor.
Vienna cream is a necessity of this recipe, it blends fantastic with HV And whipped cream creating a wonderfully unique and balanced cream/milk flavor.
Oba Oba is the secret ingredient of this recipe. Honestly, I won't tell you what it does. You'll have to taste that yourself.
The Bavarian cream is here to complement the milk base and add more sweetness to the mix. The light caramel notes you'll taste create that sugar coating on the loops/flakes.
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Fairly simple rendition of a fruit loop recipe. Tastes fantastic S&V.
Meringue is fairly optional, meant to be the frosting on the fruit loops adding some sweetness, along with the Vanilla Swirl.
Bavarian Cream with Vanilla Swirl creates a nice milk/cream for the fruit loops to sit in.
Optional: Add .5-1% of FA Fresh Cream for a nice airy mouthfeel. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !!
A nice refreshing Pebbles in milk similar to Teleos' The Milk. Great as a S&V, but does improve with age.
+++I added 2 drops CAPS SUPER SWEET per 30ml bottle to bring out more sweetness.
+-+-+If you don't have Super Sweet, use TFAs Sweetener(Sucralose) at 3-4 drops per 30ml
+++FW Fruit Flakes contains sugars..
+-+-+GREAT as a shake + vape, but improves greatly by the 9th day. Sorry I forgot to post this one back up!