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So fruit loops seem to be getting popular again. Remix month is here and cereal vapes are big to clone. This is one I've been working on for a while so it's not a remix of a commercial juice. However, this is fucking delicious. FW Fruit rings is important. It's much better than TFA fruit circles. 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. Cap's new silver line fruit circles is a necessity. This adds more of the lime to the cereal. For me, fruit loops isn't just lemon. The mixture of creams works great and gives it a nice milky backbone. The cheesecake adds some cream and lends to the cereal texture. 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 week steep minimum and best after 2. Before that the flavor will be a bit weak, and the creams won't really come out. Hope you enjoy!
I developed this recipe as a "modern" version of Wayne's Fried ice-cream
Cereal 27 + Berry Crunch give me a nice cereal that covers the Ice-cream
Vanilla custard + marshmallow and merenge to create our Ice-Cream base
Bavarian Cream and Joy for the "Fried" flavor and feeling
Strawberry Ripe just for the sweetness of it.
LIGHT AND FLUFFY DARK BERRIES CREAM. NOT OVERPOWERED AND MADE FOR AN ALL DAY VAPE.
DEFINATELY ONE OF MY FAVOURITE JUICES FROM MINE!
CAP Creamy yogurt / TPA Dairy Milk: this is the cream base with an extra light tartness and a fully white creaminess from the yogurt combined with dairy milk to give a light milk taste.
CAP Vanilla bean ice cream / FW Vanilla bean ice cream / CAP Vanilla whipped cream: CAP VBIC used to boost a little the vanilla profile without exceeding and FW VBIC to give a sweet ice cream base to the ice cream base. CAP Vanilla whipped cream give that extra whipped cream profile to the ice cream.
CAP Blue Raspberry cotton candy: a sweet blue Raspberry touch to emulsionate the fruits and give a an extra airy layer to the creams.
FA Bilberry / INA Blackcurrant / TPA Berry crunch: this is the main purple fruit note: FA is a genuine bilberry flavor and here it act like a base for the INA Blackcurrant which has a wonderful genuine 'Cassis' profile (very concentrated flavor, I started @ 0.3% and then decided to stop @ 0.75% because the risk of obtaining a too much florar profile). TPA Berry crunch give a rounded boost to the berries without being too crunchy @ 1.5%.
FA Blackcurrant: FA blackcurrant is different from the INA version: it is more like a red currant instead of a black one, and in this this recipe is used to give depth and complexity to the berry part.
FA Blackberry: FA Blackberry is an extreme concentrated flavor and here I was searching for an added depth to the other berries 0.05% (3 drops in 60mls) is spot on, just the amount to be noticeable without overpower everything.
This is as close as I could come to an exact clone of Blue Bird e juice. I picked up a bottle for remix month and was pleasantly surprised it wasn't that bad actually pretty decent. The flavor profile was hard to find in writing but what I could find basically say a blueberry cheesecake with a crunch berry crust. In my opinion I was able to make this flavor in my opinion 95% of the way there. I started to vear away from the flavor attempting to match the dark yellowish tint to the original e liquid so I had to forget about the color and go back to the flavor and in my opinion I am very close to the authentic e juice they are doing something different because of the color of the e liquid but as far as the flavor I think you would be hard pressed to pick which one was the authentic in a side by side in my opinion my version is a little more flavorful. If you have tried the original e juice Blue Bird and enjoyed it give this a try and let me know how close you think I got. ENJOY!!!!
This is my version of crunch berries.
I enjoy a good cereal vape, especially crunch berry. A lot of the recipes I've tried fell short on the berry part though.
This is sort of an adaptation of cereally easy crunchies but with some additions.
Of course the Bavarian cream and the crunchy berries make the base of the cereal and the milk.
Acetyl pyrazine adds the grainy nutty texture of the cereal, and a little bit of strawberry ripe brings out more of the actual berry to make it pop.
I like it without sweetener but added a half percent and seem to like it this way better. This is still a work in progress and I'll be making some tweaks to it over time.
Great as a shake and vape, but after a few days the Bavarian cream really pops. You can use fw or tpa Bavarian cream at the same percentage and it's still good.
"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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