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Oops All Berries Cereal with Milk
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FA Fresh Cream is full bodied fresh natural dairy note. I've added OOO Cream (Milky Undertone) in with it to really bump up that dairy note and make sure it doesn't get lost under the fruit.
FA Meringue is going to give us a slight maltiness, add a little mouthfeel and some natural sweetness to the milk.
The combination of CAP Sweet Strawberry and INW Shisha Strawberry are a really good artificial sweet, syrupy strawberry. Perfect for a milk.
I use FW Sweetener in here to frame the malty milk flavor. But as always sweetness is completely subjective so feel free to add or omit that as you like.
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SA BANANE BONBON is in the place of SA CANDY MILK BANANA a.k.a. SA Candy'Milk Banane and is available at Rainbow Vapes (UK) and NomNomz (as SA Banana Milk)
✔︎ SNV Approved
✔︎ Ideal Steep Time: 1-3 Days
✔︎ Original Mix Ratio: VG:PG 80:20
This is exciting for me - Banana Ice Cream is one of the profiles that motivated me to start DIY in the first place - I've also been working on my own banana milk for a good couple of months now and after mixing up countless versions and variations, it just so happened that I stumbled upon this gem one lucky night.
Once upon a time... Yesterday arvo, actually - I was messing with some hypothetical flavours for an oatmeal cookie. Next, what happened is SolubArome Candy Milk Banana fell off the shelf and into my hands. Just like that.
Since I'd actually been meaning to try this for a while, it was only natural that I take a good whiff of it, right? Right.
I more-than-half expected to smell the same, old and boring 'Oh yeah, "Banana cream" you get with TPA or LA but to my surprise, I inhaled the smell of a smooth banana (candy) and a sweet, dairy/milky goodness. I sat it down in a spot so I'd remember to SFT it sometime over the next few days..
A few hours later though and I'm doing a sneaky SFT before bed to judge this one's potential.
OH, it's good. But it's just missing something...
Obviously, I just had to throw a few flavours at it to really judge this o...
HOLY MOTHER! I've cracked it! It just came together when I should have been in bed. I'm so glad I wasn't and now so are my tastebuds!
You be the judge though. I've gone through my whole tester and a second bottle already. I stopped tasting all my testers to keep vaping this, that's when I know I've done well.
I think it might be alright this one... but you be the judge! How have I done?
∙ SA Candy Milk Banana ∙ (aka Candy'Milk Banane/Banana Milk) ∙
On it's own it tastes like a lighter version of TPA Banana Cream but with much more focus on the dairy/milk notes. It's got PROPER milk notes too like FA Milk or OOO Cream (Milky Undertones) and it's nice and smooth and sweet. I only SFT'd this up to 5% and it's on the less-concentrated side similar to other SA flavours. You could probably push it higher but I preferred to build on it in this recipe instead.
∙ NR Banana Milkshake ∙
Brings a thick, creaminess and some banana nuances but is mostly all mouthfeel and light on flavour IMO. However the role it plays here is important as it does a great job at filling in, filling out and building up SA Candy Milk Banana. They just work together.
∙ LA Banana Cream ∙
Is at 1.25% to boost the sweet banana-ness and does a better job than TPA's version at cutting through the creams to sit on top of the profile. You can sub with TPA BC if necessary though, adjusting for strength.
∙ OOO Cream (Milky undertones) / VT Love / WF Vanilla Cream Extra ∙
OOO is so good at making you feel like you're vaping a milk flavour and I used it to enhance the milky notes in SA as to not let it get buried under the creams. VT Love is a sweet, milky almost white chocolate type flavour and isn't too heavy but brings a beautiful, sweet flavour without any vanilla and I love this concentrate. WF VCE is here as it adds a fullness to the creams that only WF creams can! It's just here for mouthfeel and maximum greatness tbh.
∙ CAP Super Sweet / WS-23 (Coolant) ∙
CAP SS @ 1% is twice what I'd normally use but it works here because banana milk is SO SWEET - but feel free to reduce it if you like!
I love WS-23 and also tried mixing this up with it @0.75-1.0% it's really enjoyable but best after a 2 day steep I found.
Where can I get the flavours?
I understand that not all flavours are easily accessible to all the mixers out there & for that reason I'd like to note where I bought my flavours and/or an appropriate sub .
There is a fairly good range of concentrates available in AUS now, but I'm always importing the flavours I can't get here. I mostly order from UK-based stores - the UK seem to have the most affordable postage, even for small orders.
I often find obscure flavours that are equally as good as the popular ones & IMO are just as worthy of a spot in my collection & sometimes even more-so.
So here's where you can get these hidden gems:
∙ SA Candy Banana Milk
🇬🇧 Rainbow Vapes & 🇬🇧 NomNomz (as SA Banana Milk)
∙ NR Banana Milkshake
∙ OOO Cream (Milky Undertones)
∙ VT Love
🇦🇺Vape Train & 🇬🇧Chef's Flavours
The rest will be available at any good store! :)
SUBS / Other Changes
I couldn't recommend subbing any of the flavours and these flavours are all worth having in your toolbox but if you can't get OOO you could try using FA Milk.
I try to list subs where I can so if I haven't recommended one it's probably because
a)I haven't tried it, tested it, or maybe even tasted it!
b) There isn't one (or) I just haven't heard of it, or
c) It's taken me some time to find the flavours I REALLY enjoy and either the flavour is essential to the recipe &/or there's no valid reason in existence you should ever sub this and you really should just get it
I'm relatively new to this and want to learn more, feedback/comments are always welcome!
Lastly, just in case you use both (ELR) and (ATF) for different reasons like I do, Here's the link to the same recipe over there:
If you mix this up, or some variation of it, please drop a comment &/or review below and let us know how it went!
Pretty much a straight fwd 🍓🥛 after it steeps out... It might need a lil more tweaking but it's pretty damn good now... Used MB Strawberry Milk for the ground work and everything else is to support and build up the rest of the recipe...
I think some WF Cookie Butter could turn this into a nice cereal milk (maybe with an add of a lil custard) just cause I put this over some of Silky's Cookie Crumble Custard https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/188966 and it showed alot if promise to going into a cereal milk... Idk 🤪 experiment at your own expense... It's DIY mofos! Either way hope y'all enjoy... And atleast keep on mixing and keep the community alive! 👊
Switching to blueberries from the Yuno base really changed this flavor. Fresh, mashed blueberries with some tart/peel is what I wanted from FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe and WF Blueberry Jam. I had to up that WF Macadamia from Yuno for it to comes across more since it’s what held the base together.
***After a week steep, this mix did something that didn’t happen when I was testing it. The blueberries and macadamia nut created a light dark chocolate note that sits right next to the berries.
This is my take on a "simple" basic cereal with milk. It is "simple" in the sense that all of the components are necessary in some sense for me. The base two flavors are FA milk and Cereal 27. The rest of the flavors are meant to help bring out or "fix" these flavors, so to speak. Most of these I got from the guys and gal over at the Noted podcast as suggestions on what auxiliary flavors go best with cereal, so shout out to them. I took their suggestions and ran with them.
AP brings out the nut'n'honey type of nuttiness that I expect in a cereal. The Graham cracker clear just rules and I put it in everything (but seriously I was told it goes really well with cereals and....well, it does). For the milk, FA meringue sweetens up the mix and milky underpants really just goes well with FA milk at 2 to 1 and I also use it a lot with FLV cream so it was a must for me to make that perfect milk aspect.
Anyways, I use this as a good starting off point for a cereal vape, but mostly I like it by itself as an ADV. Enjoy!
For this recipe, I was really wanting a to find a good mango centered dessert using creams or milks I had been experimenting with lately. So I decided to K.I.S.S. and just take a stab at a simple Mango Cream which is almost custard-y but more akin to a heavy whipped cream with mango puree folded in a pushed through a sieve. At least that's what I was going for in my mind.
Cream(Milky Undertones) & FLV Cream: These two for me work really well as a duo to add creaminess to a recipe. I have been using them at a 2 to 1 ratio and they compliment each other very well this way, FLV cream adding a lot more weight to the milky undertones.. This creates a nice cream base, along with the vanilla swirl, for the mango to sit on.
Vanilla Swirl: This is used basically as the main body and adds a dessert vanilla note to the mix. At 3% this does the trick.
FLV Mango: I hear from most people this is the best mango and it didn't disappoint. It is thick and well rounded and really accentuates my favorite aspects of a mango. I used it at 1% because I wanted more of the cream/dessert aspects to come out so the mango didn't take over. I like it where it is, but If you wanted more mango and a little less of the vanilla cream base, I think 2% would work just fine.
Blood Orange(Natural): Added in a very small quantity to add a bit of acidity to the mix that I thought it needed. The flavor of orange doesn't really come across as much as just the acidity does.
Strawberry Gummy Candy: This might seem like a weird choice, and admittedly it may be. But I wanted a sort of gelatinous, sweet, candy sort of mouthfeel to round out any harsh edges left over from adding the orange. And I love this flavor so it seemed like even if the strawberry came forward a bit, I would still like the mix. For me, at a half of a percent I don't really taste strawberry but it did get some of that mouthfeel I was looking for so I kept it in.
This is a work in progress and I am always open to any suggestions to make my mixes better as I am a relatively new mixer (only about 6 months). Enjoy!
A s'mores milkshake. Rich and creamy. Vanilla Ice Cream and Milky Undertone is the milkshake base. I chose FW graham cracker because I like the spice notes I get from it. Glamour chocolate with a hint of sweet coconut reminds me of a Hershey's chocolate bar. Toasted marshmallow because it's an accurate toasted marshmallow. Sweeten to taste and enjoy! I had a video shot for this mix but my dumb ass didn't hit record!