Used in 1670 recipes at an average of 2.606%.
Flavor Choices & Thought Process
Whipped Cream & Marshmallow TFA - I wanted this flavor to have that creamy fluffy texture of a yogurt. I also don't have any yogurt flavors so I made a base using what I had available to me. So I used these two as the texture/somewhat dairy-like base for the recipe.
Sour TPA & Kiwi FA - Like stated above, I don't have any yogurt flavoring. So in order to get that sour note I used this to achieve that along with the how sour/tart kiwi FA is. While still giving it that kiwi flavor.
Strawberry ripe TPA & CAP Sweet Strawberry - This gives the juice its strawberry-ness while provide a touch of sweetness.
Pear FA - the low percentage just adds some wetness to the liquid. This helps it not be a "dry vape"
Optional -- Super Sweet CAP - Sweeten to taste. If you want a more tart yogurt don't use any.
Flavor Percentage Adjustments.
Upped the strawberries in the recipe to give it more strawberry flavor.
Strawberry ripe TPA - up to 3% from 2%
Sweet Strawberry CAP - Up to 1.75% from 1.25%
If you want more kiwi up the percentage to 1%
Pear adjusted up to 0.50% to make it less dry feeling.
After vaping custards for weeks, I needed something refreshing.. This stuff hit the spot!
FA Kiwi I quite enjoyed on its own - but it needed a friend.
VT Sour Lemon came to save the day - lifting the mix to a new level.
Best enjoyed right off the shake - The "freshness" will fade in a few days ..
I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg
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An icy swirl of sweet strawberry and tart kiwi. These bold, syrupy fruit flavors complement and contrast with one another in a tangy and refreshing soda that I can’t get enough of.
FA Kiwi: Hands down the best kiwi flavor around, tart and sweet.
TFA Strawberry Ripe & CAP Strawberry Sweet & TFA Strawberry = a syrupy strawberry stone
TFA Dragonfruit to emulsify and preserve the strawberry flavor.
CAP Jelly Candy = Adds a bit of texture, also adds some candy vibes to the soda.
WS23 = Closest thing to a cold fizz you're going to get.
Optional variation: If you want a little more "soda bite", you can add 1% RF Soda Base.
This came out delicious on the first attempt, and subsequent variations haven't improved on this formula much, only slightly balancing the fruits. I've also tried this with other combinations of strawberries (including the daveberry trifectae) in place of this strawberry stone, but ended up returning to the individual formula, then boosting the Kiwi and slightly reducing the Strawberry and Strawberry Ripe to make the kiwi a little more prominent in the mix.
Profile: Blueberries + Kiwi drink
I find blueberries and kiwi usually goes well hand in hand.
It's an easy liking profile and doesn't give so much hassle.
I went with my usual combo of FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry, as I find this to give a pretty realistic blueberry.
For the choice of kiwi, I find FA Kiwi to run the show, but does need some back-up from FW Kiwi to complete it.
Tossed in a little FA Cold Pressed Lime as I find the syrup flavor it has fits this profile very well, to combat the sweetness from both the blueberry and kiwi - gives it some edge.
FLV Lemonade are in for the drink element and INW Cactus to make it juicy.
Add coolant to your liming - I hate coolants as I'm getting more and more tolerant, so my pref. is 1%
Works perfectly fine as a SnV!
...From Parts Unknown.
So I just got Guanabana (FLV) to try out the All Day recipe (highly recommend BTW) and wow this flavor is amazingly complex. I love it! Anyway I was just messing around and wanted to create my own recipe with it. After a bit of picking I decided on Kiwi (FA) & Sweet Guava (CAP). I found that these flavors are similar, but have enough character to stand out on their own. Mixed this up and wow. It's perfect as is. Very sweet & juicy tropical fruit profile. Reminds me most of a Starfruit. Mix and enjoy!
Guanabana (FLV): Originally wanted this to be the star of the recipe, but after mixing and trying it I found it's most present on the finish.
Kiwi (FA): This flavor is actually the most present in this recipe, even at only 2%. Meshes very well with the Guanabana & Guava.
Sweet Guava (CAP): This is meant really just to pair with the Guanabana but it actually adds quite a bit of character by itself. I believe it is also the main source of sweetness