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(VT) Yoghurt Base


By: Vape Train (VT) - Buy Direct

Used in 72 recipes at an average of 2.253%.

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I've been on a yogurt kick lately and my mission has been to make a mango yogurt. While developing this recipe, I decided to try to add cooling agents after many variations to see if it would benefit the recipe and it definitely did.

The goal was to create a thick creamy yogurt that was slightly tangy and had delicious mango. I settled on using Cap Creamy Yogurt for the body, Cap Greek Yogurt for the extra tang, and VT Yoghurt Base to help make it pop (VT Yoghurt has a slight citrus note).

For the mango, I could have just settled on using the great FLV Mango but decided to add VT Shisha Mango. This combo gave it alot more depth and added more juiciness. I love these paired together.

Now onto the cooling. I decided to add VT Sorbet for the effect. It has a slight citrus note, lemon and lime, that work well with the Mango at helping it pop. The citrus is not noticeable in the mix. I wanted to add a little more cooling without going overboard with it so I settled on FA Polar Blast. It comes out to 1 drop per 10ml. This is chilled and it's definitely not overpowering.

Use sweetener to your liking. I like it with Cap Super Sweet at 0.50%

FEEDBACK IS WELCOMED. IF YOU MIX UP MY RECIPE AND REVIEW IT, IN RETURN, I WILL MIX UP A RECIPE OF YOURS AND GIVE YOU AN HONEST REVIEW.

After many variations, I'm happy to release this.

This is a shake and vape, but the flavors pop after 2-3 days. I primarily use the Recurve, Wasp, Hadaly, Troll RTA, Serpent Mini, and mix it at 70VG. I don't like a real hot vape and usually use a resistance between 0.25 - 0.50

I have not tested this on sub ohm tanks since I don't like them, so I really don't know how this would taste in one.

Enjoy!

This is my take on a fruit lassi . Lassi is a blend of yogurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit; served cold.

VT yoghurt base at higher percentages can give you a some tang which works as a nice contrast to the mango
FLV mango as a single mango will be able to stand up to the yogurt and the coconut and provides an authentic mango when added to creams
FLV Milk and honey provide some darker sweet base notes to contrast the vibrant top notes of the mago and tang of the yogurt
FLV sweet coconut holds down the middle of the recipe and helps bridge the darker notes and top notes
VT macadamia nut and ginger provide some accent notes for the finish similar to the tumeric or cardamon that is used in a traditional mago lassi
VT sorbet has a slight citrus note along with some cooling that is perfect for this mix to give the impression of a chilled beverage

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Here's my recipe for the charity show at the end of 2017 on DiyOrDie. It's been a huge year in diy, and we're going out with a BANG! This is as close as I've come to date in creating a creamy frozen yogurt that translates well in to a vape. I went with adding mango as it's a tasty and familiar flavour. Thank you all for such a great year, looking forward to 2018!

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