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Very simple cereal mix, made for myself never intending to release but I follow a rule (I always make a 60ml to test, if I vape the whole lot and make more then I release it)
The lemon is strong, but you get some orange and a touch of lime, after it’s steeped it becomes a bit more balanced, still predominant old-school premium cereal juice vibe which I know some of you like. Fruit circles at 10% might seem a lot but it works (especially if you’re a fan of the concentrate to begin with) FA milk because it’s the best, French vanilla to give the milk a little panache and finally a bit of crispy wafer to boost the cereal note.
Sweetener totally subjective but does help the overall profile.
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for the developed challange, no steep testing done this is version 1 and im just now mixing this haha but pretty confident may need some adjustments.
Goin for a key lime pie with good mouthfeel
Okay SNV! DEF a key lime pie but made with a fruit loop crust!!! Def needs a chill down on the harsh citrus tones....will reevaluate tomorrow and the next day but my only current thought on any adjustments is mayyybe upping key lime to 3.5% just a smidgent more. But i wanna see how the creams come out first and how the harshness tones down.
This is a good start!!
**V2 i bumped key lime to 3.5 and dropped fruit circles to 3.5 for more balance.
This is my recipe tackling Fruit Loops in Milk. Took quite some time to develop, but here is the latest and most refined recipe.
Another looper remix, but with an unorthodox route.
As a base I was thinking of using VTA LMP as a main lemon note but then that wouldn’t be a looper remix would it?
So I used what’s notoriously known to be in a looper recipe and that’s TFA fruit circles, everybody knows to expect lemon pledge from this concentrate so I don’t want any whinging and whining 😂 after a week or two it calms down enough to not be perceived as old lady potpourri.
The orange note comes from the carrot cake which also has a walnut note but with it only being the slightest touch it does nothing but help the cereal side of things and the cream cheese icing gives a richness to the milk. Moving on, my memory fails me to wether there was any sort of “berry crunch” aspect to the original juice in question but with only citrus being featured it seemed a bit one dimensional so DV berry crush was used to add that extra dimension I was looking for, I tried a few different berry concentrates including WF berry cobbler which was excellent as far as the berries were concerned but having to take it to such a level where the berries came through I was introducing too much AP so I tried FA forest mix and VTA forest fruits but finally settled on DV berry crush as it seemed to work with the cereal a bit better. The FLV milk adds just a touch of malt that I was looking for. Puff cereal is a good base but only low as it contains quite a bit of AP, FA cookie gives the cereal a sort of “cooked/oven baked” tinge that I was looking for, The cream puff helps both sides out, the cereal side and adds a touch of butyric for that full fat milk taste, the Devon cream thickens it and adds a velvety touch. All in all it’s a different take on a classic and I’d love you to try it 😁
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This is my take on a fruit loops style cereal. I believe the strawberry ripe, and the LNW loops really smooth out the lemon pledge taste and replace is with a bright and smooth fruity cream flavor that really pulls this recipe together.
I am still new in diy and any criticism or comments would be greatly appreciated.
Please enjoy. I know Liquid Nicotine Wholesale isn't to common a flavor but it really works well here. Much love my diy family and keep mixing.
It's a pretty straightforward proposition, right?
Fruit loops in milk. Common as it comes on the shelves of a vape shop, but it was one of the flavor profiles that made me switch to vaping and I had to take a crack at it. This is the end result. A recipe that I don't feel needs any steeping, but for those sensitive to the pledgy side of TFA fruit circles, 7-10 days aughta knock that out.
There's nothing groundbreaking about the flavors I used here, but a quick breakdown anyway:
TFA and CAP silver line fruit circles combine to make an overall more "full" fruit loops cereal base. CAP's offering doesn't bring the furniture polish with it and helps tame that aspect of TFA's.
FA meringue is the fast track to selling cereal milk. Thinning out the cream base and adding a touch of a toasted/grainy note to the cereals.
TFA Bavarian cream and vanilla swirl make up the rest of the cream base. Without the meringue this would be too thick, but the softening effect of vanilla swirl helps again to pare down the lemony sharpness of TFA's fruit rings and the overall combination is both tasty and well rounded without taking the recipe over.