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I'm playing with a few variations on this recipe, but I love this original recipe. It was a second revision of the idea, the first one was a little lower on flavorings but I felt it needed to be a little more vibrant in general. The yogurt is not a full on yogurt kind of flavor, for me it adds to the overall tangy notes in the lychee, which turns this into more of a sweet cream thai chai with lychee in it. I am making another variation with other tropical fruits, but that one is not finished yet.
The FLV Thai Chai and FA Bergamot combo is definitely a flavor mix I foresee making several recipes around. The way these two flavors blend makes a lovely base flavor to layer other flavors over.
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Adapted from MikeC's killberry yogurt:
This adaptation was done because I didnt have FA yogurt, and didnt like creamy yogurt, so I stuck with flv greek yogurt. After I had made this recipe several times I started to make some minor improvements, and tinkered with it a little bit. Swapped out cap sweet strawberry with JF and RF(SC), added erythritol, and added HS FVIC to accentuate the tpa VBIC. The flv greek yogurt might seem a little high but trust me, it works, and it doesnt bring any off/sour notes.
I havnt tried the original, but this is my favourite recipe of all time and so I had to post it.
If you dont have RF SC strawberry just omit it. If you want it to be strawberry forward, instead of a mixed berry note, then up the RF SC strawberry 1%. One of the amazing things about this recipe though is that all the fruits mix together to make something altogether new, so too much strawberry can make it lose what makes it unique.
The original uses cap sweet strawberry (and you can too) but I started out using 3% JF strawberry and it was amazing so I didnt bother trying it with cap.
HS FVIC isnt essential, definitely try it without if you dont have it.
Heres the original description:
DIY'r mix. I have been trying for months to clone Kilo Kiberry Yogurt. I have come to the conclusion that some of the flavorings may not be available to consumers. I have tried different manufacturers FA,FW,CAP,FLV,TPA etc, to no avail.
I have come to this recipe, which I believe beats Kilo Kiberry Yogurt, and believe me at 120 tries I gave up on Kilo Kiberry Clone. I did come up with this recipe and let me tell you, I believe it is WAY better than Kilo Kiberry Yogurt. This is a very sweet creamy yogurt that you have come to love with Kilo flavors.
Yogurt (FA) and Creamy Yogurt (CAP) blend so wonderfully together, many people (including myself) do not like CAP creamy yogurt as a standalone, but with FA Yogurt mixed in, they are Amazing together.
Dairy Milk (TFA) - This really takes away any pungent taste to the yogurts and gives them a creamy milky smooth taste, this is a must for these Yogurts to play nice together.
Bilberry (FA) and Boysenberry (FLV) - These two flavors at low percentage (Bilberry a bit higher) gives such a nice sweet flavor, and with the Sweet Strawberry (CAP) following behind it, the flavors help each other so much, blending all the berry flavors just right.
Cotton Candy Circus (TPA) and Marshmallow (FA) - Cotton Candy Circus standalone tends to have a chemical taste with it, but with the marshmallow really brings out the sweet sugar flavor and removes that chemical after taste. With the berry notes, the flavor gives a sweet but mild tart flavor, and the yogurts blended with it give a candy creamy flavor. This is what Kilo kinda has in it, and this actually taste even better. Trust me!
Kiwi (FA) - The Kiwi just helps to kick the berrys up a notch, as you notice in Kilo Kiberry there is not much Kiwi, I believe it is in their flavor to help kick the tart flavour up a notch.
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (TPA) and Butter Cream (CAP) -This was the hidden ingredient that helped to give a smooth creamy butter flavor not buttery, but creamy. This really tied a lot of the flavors together and helps to keep things smooth.
EM (TFA) - This is just to mellow the flavors down, do not use more than 1%, this also is important because it keeps the after taste of the PG/VG from being a pasty type flavor in your mixes.
Guys! I worked hard and bought tons of flavors to work out the Kilo Kibery, but I just could not get the exact flavour, but I ended up with this and it by FAR kicks Kilo Kiberry butt. I love this MORE than theirs. I wanted to share since I spent sooo much money on Kilo Kiberry and wanted something I could enjoy as much.
Please Make sure you let this steep a couple weeks. You can shake and vape and it is VERY good, but I promise it doesn't come close to as good as it gets after a week. ENJOY!
I was looking for a new bright fruit recipe that highlighted Flavorah passion fruit. This is a great fruit flavor but it can get funky fast. In this recipe I found that when paired with Flavorah mango and a touch of Inawera cactus it turns into its own fruit flavor. The flavor it turns into is sweet and juicy. In my opinion this delicious fruit combination just belongs in a yogurt. I love fresh fruit yogurt for breakfast and this flavor is a great example of just that a fruity yogurt. I made my yogurt with a combination of Capella creamy yogurt and Greek yogurt by Flavorah and a touch of cream by Flavorah. The last ingredient is Flavorah marshmallow I added this for a little sweetness and a little mouth feel I feel it thickens up the texture just enough. I enjoy this recipe almost immediately but I am sure its not at its best until after 3 days giving the yogurts and cream time to blend together.
This was a very complex development. Finding the right balance for an explosion of flavor and smoothness was not easy. This is a very original and complex mix.
If I had to sum up this profile I would say it is an original candy mix extremely close to the Modus Eliquid "Pablo".. Which is odd being that there's no lemon in this mix. I chalk that up to the interaction between the fruits.
This recipe was developed and derived from my Warrmel Ohm recipe. Adding Pink Guava, Super Sweet and Cantaloupe completely transformed it into this beautiful complexity.
10/10 would certainly recommend you mix this up and give it a go. Perfect ADV for me, Great from shake and vape.
Was going for a clone of Crush Fruit's "Sweet" Eliquid. I'd say without the koolada it's dead on but I like the cool sensation koolada brings to the mix. The mix works great without koolada.
Obviously you'll want to use Lorann's Watermelon Clear.
Used as a sweetener and blender to really pop out the candy watermelon.
FLV Greek Yogurt:
I spent alot of time over a few revisions trying to find the perfect concentrate to provide a slight tartness alongside a light cream to match Crush Fruit's Sweet Eliquid. It hit the mark for me at just a couple of drops.
LA Watermelon (Clear):
The king candy watermelon (In my book), This is the shining light of the recipe.
A watermelon kick on the exhale was missing from the original mixes, After adding this as backup it completed the watermelon flavor throughout. It's a little bit candy (which helps in this mix) but is also a nice, sweet, rounded watermelon.
CAP Jelly Candy:
This provides the mix with a candy texture. Any more and it would impart an unpleasant flavor. At 1% you get a nice texture with this ingredient.
Optional. I enjoy the cool sensation it provides, But the mix works well without it.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I have been!
A blackberry Greek Yogurt with a little sweetness.
I used to vape a Blackberry Yogurt from a company called Dead Shriners, pretty good stuff, but not Yogurt-y enough. So Since I started doing DIY I decided to make my own Blackberry Yogurt.
My idea with this was to make a nice Yogurt base, FLV Greek for the Greek Yogurt part, FA Yogurt to mellow it out a little and add some sweet creaminess and FLV Cream for even more sweetness and creaminess.
Then add in my Blackberry, I went with Cap Black Raspberry after trying out a few others and not getting the taste I was looking for.
This Is my first recipe, I mean I like it, but you'll have to make up your own mind.
Taken from Magnus8wood on reddit from the november 2016 recipe thread:
I concocted this recipe from memories of my mother's failed Spiced Apricot Jam from my youth. While making the jam, my mom decided that the recipe called for way too much sugar, so she cut the sugar by a third. Well, as any experienced jam and jelly maker will tell you, you cannot cut any of the sugar from a recipe because the jam won't set. And of course, my mom's Spiced Apricot Jam did not set... So we took that syrupy stuff and poured it on pancakes, waffles and ice cream and Wow(!) was it ever good! But my memories of it mostly consist of sitting down in front of the TV to watch Fantasy Island and The Love Boat back to back on Saturday evenings with a humongous bowl of vanilla ice cream and (failed) spiced apricot jam. So now I give you my first ever recipe (based on, you guessed it),...
Spiced Apricot Glaze On Vanilla Ice Cream
* Apricot (TFA) 5.0
* Cinnamon Danish Swirl (CAP) 2.0
* Greek Yogurt (FLV) 1.0
* Fresh Cream (FA) 1.0
* Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (TFA) 4.0
Steeping: At MINIMUM one week, but two is much better. [EDIT: One week of steeping seems quite nice, and I'm not sure I can tell a discernible difference anymore from a two week steep. Maybe my taste buds were being rather exuberant on that second week steep. Whatever. Just wanted to add that I find it too bad that only one person has tried this recipe - that has commented, at least. It turns out to be a really solid recipe and I wish that more would find this out for themselves. It has been my ADV for several weeks now, and I'm not getting sick of it yet. Two weeks lets the Apricot settle into its creamy base, and also allows the Greek Yogurt, Fresh Cream and VBIC to meld together nicely. Heck, guys & gals, one week gets them all out of the school at the recess bell, but two weeks gets them playing nicely together in the schoolyard. How's that for an analogy, eh?
So enjoy it, all! And please, I do hope some of you will try it, and if you do, hopefully some of you will comment back.
This is my entry for the beginner blending competition it's based on a delicious Strawberry yogurt topped of with a crunchy honey and apple granola with hints of cinnamon.
Tfa Strawberry ripe
I went heavy here to punch the flavour through its not a great Strawberry as a Standalone and acts more of a sweetener imo,but it is noticeable throughout the vape and blends well into the yogurt to form the Base flavour as what is a fantastic yogurt flavour. It won't shout out hey I'm Strawberry but it does add to that yogurt Base.
Again this is one of the chosen basket flavours so it had to be used. I wanted to use it in a way that doesn't allow it to be it's bakery elements so I went a small percentage here to just allow them cinnamon notes to shine through. It adds some added flavour to the cereal 27 without it overpowering and making it lead towards its bakery pastry flavour. It adds bite and a little spice to the topping without offending.
Again another basket ingredient this I used for the granola topping it's a strong flavour and works just about wherever you place it. It plays it part well and adds some added flavour to the cereal topping, an extra element. The honey from the FLV milk and honey kind of sweetens it up and combines well to give the apple a twist.
FLV milk and honey
I used this along side the yogurt it takes away some sourness from the Greek yogurt and the honey adds a twist to the apple and the cereal 27 giving both a more glazed effect kind of coating them with extra flavour. The honey works very well into crunchy cereal and apple.
Capella cereal 27
This is a great flavour to use for the crunchy flaky topping it's quite weak so 3% is a good point. It adds enough to the yogurt to replicate that granola topping it's toasted elements work really well especially with the honey unfortunately I could play further with this but the 6 flavours won't allow so this works fine in doing its job of a granola topping.
FLV Greek yogurt
This is an amazing yogurt flavour I was amazed when I found this flavour. It stands very well in what it does its creamy and thick with a slight sour profile you get from a Greek yogurt. It punches through the other flavours you know it's there 2% is a perfect amount. The milk combines very well and turns it more into a creamy yogurt we all enjoy.
Adding just 0.75% is completely necessary it adds some sweetness and brings down the sour note from the yogurt. It also rounds out the recipe.
Mix at 30pg 70 vg
1 week steep