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Strawberry as we all know is the most common of flavoring that people use so I used Strawberry by FW which to me is not too juicy and not so ripe. Making this the main profile was the goal for this summer mix. Adding the Cranberry by CAP at a low enough percentage is here to dry out the Strawberry just a little bit. The Blueberry by FM is present and delivers a nice sour-ish touch to the mix which make it seem a little juice at the end on the exhale. The Menthol is optional, of course you can also replace it with other cooling flavors like Koolada. Also you can feel free to swap out the blueberry if you want to.
So with this recipe I just wanted something simple and a SNV. I have never tried FM Pineapple in a recipe that I know of so I wanted to pair it up with FW Strawberry and I must say it is pretty delicious. A nice simple strawberry that is more of non-natural fruit, IMO, which lines up good next to a sort of candied and slightly sticky pineapple. And walah! you have a delicious super simple vape juice ready to go!
Here's an attempt at Skittles Dips (yoghurt coated skittles).
The fruits - a mix of traditional UK skittles flavours. For a US version I guess you could substitute the lime for a green apple and the blackcurrant for a grape flavour
The shell - For me, FA Oba Oba has a kind of candy shell flavour to it when mixed with fruits.
The coating - I wouldn't say the real life counterparts had a distinct yoghurt flavour to them, so I decided to aim for a mild creamy coating. WF Frozen Yogurt along with MB white chocolate seemed to provide that.
Finally, everything is gelled together with some TPA vanilla swirl.
Icy Trio by Yami Vapor is the third flavor introduced into the Yami Vapor E-Juice line, following the bestseller, Taruto. Icy Trio presents a refreshing "trio" of strawberry, kiwi, and lychee with a sweet and cool menthol.
This is my fifth revision of icy trio and it’s getting closer. Please feel free to feedback me, I’d love your input! This is a work in progress.