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This is a fruity pastel mix that tastes like the pic for this weeks mixin vixen profile imo which is yet another unicorn. Pretty tasty with a nice bright element.
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Ok so I like tropical smoothie's sue me and I'm brown so we call them lassi's. I wanted a nice pineapple mango smoothie then the lemony note in Yoghurt drink got me thinking about adding a dash of lemon/lime. The VT YD can get overpowered pretty easily in a mix so the FW yogurt is being used to back it up. You don't want to loose that yoghurty goodness in the fruit. I decided to take my go to pineapple mix and add some of the Sugarloaf pineapple to it, its got a nice syrupy texture and mouthfeel and it helps to add to the juiciness factor.
Mango is tough to nail without the mango funk, but this mix of VT Shisha Mango and Fa Indian Special seems to do the trick without overpowering the pineapple. Mango is the support here with the up front pineapple. The shisha lime just adds works well enough with the VT to add some additional brightness and a touch of that citrus bite.
I also use WS-23 in it and you can adjust it up or down. No sweetener or softener required here so there was not point in adding SS or TFA Marshmallow to it.
Tropical Pineapple and Paw Paw with creamy yoghurt and a touch of lime.
Made for Mixin’ Vixens- I know the photo shows banana- but I’m really not a fan of banana. Paw paw is said to share similarities so I chose to use that instead.
MB Pineapple Lassi is an amazing yoghurt with a fairly good pineapple but it needed some help, so I used the VT and INW.
The VT Paw Paw is quite high at 3.75%. But I needed to push it that high to get it to come through over everything else.
VT Yoghurt Drink adds to the yoghurt as well as having a citrus note which brightens the fruit. It also sweetens the mix.
CAP Creamy Yogurt gives the yoghurt more creaminess and yoghurty tang.
Can definitely SNV- maybe give it a few hours minimum though. Improves with a few days steep.
I love Lassi drinks and the one that sticks out the most to me is a Pineapple Lassi with ginger I had. This is my attempt to create that and to use MB's Pineapple Lassi.
So obviously I started with MB's Pineapple Lassi as I've been wanting to build something around that flavor. I kept it at 1.5% mostly because I want all these flavors to blend without one being too dominant.
I wanted to back up that pineapple with some fresh pineapple used in the drink, so I went with INW Pineapple for that purpose. After some trial and error I went with 3% to keep it above the ginger.
I added a fair amount of VT Yoghurt Drink to fill in the drink aspect and to lighten things a little with that lemon note.
To further push the creamy drink I added a dab of FA Cream Fresh just to add some nondescript creaminess.
The Ginger was hard. I honestly just went with Cap Gingerbread as that's the only ginger I have. I think it works. It does bring a bready note, but I kind of like it and makes the flavor a little more dense and layered.
The drink I had was sweetened with Honey, so I wanted to add a bit of that without getting a strong honey taste. I really wanted just a little of that honey depth and slight sweetness, so I went with a modest amount of FLV Milk & Honey. I think it blends well with the Cap Gingerbread as well.
Finally, this is a sweet drink so I added a tad of Cap Super Sweet to raise things.
Suggestions would be appreciated if another ginger would give me a mild sweet ginger note I could use.
Started with Silky's Gonzo, and substituted Blueberry Juicy Ripe for the candy flavor to add a realistic blueberry note, and substituting OOO Milky since I don't have FA Milk.
I haven't stopped vaping it since I made it so I'm posting it for others to enjoy. Credit to Silky for most of this.
Good as an SnV but the mouthfeel is noticeably "denser" after a day's steep, almost like a blueberry donut. Haven't been able to let it sit for longer than that so YMMV with longer steep times!
This one is based on ooooNaSuGamisoooo's Vanilla Cream Wafer wafer stone, but with a different filling. I really liked the vanilla wafer, and while I was working on a strawberry yoghurt recipe I thought why not combine them?
The wafer: WF Crispy Wafer SC + WF Sugar Cone SC + INW Biscuit. This stone is based on a slightly higher than usual percent of WF Crispy Wafer, which gives a thin and really crispy wafer. Adding WF Sugar Cone SC makes the wafer a little bit fluffier, while still mantaining the crispiness, and the INW Biscuit makes the whole wafer stone seem more prominent and robust.
The Yoghurt: Cap Creamy Yogurt + FW Yogurt + VT Sweet Cream is one of my favourite yoghurt combinations, and usually works with most fruit toppings. The low percentages are not able to completely create a nice bodied yoghurt, but for this recipe i kept them low so that the yoghurt doesnt overpower the wafer. VT Yoghurt Drink was added because I find the lemony notes to greatly accompany strawberries, giving a great sweet-n-sour taste.
The Strawberry: I wanted a sweet, slightly artificial strawberry that is incorporated in the yoghurt, and not a topping. For these reasons I picked the TPA Strawberry + JF Sweet Strawberry + INW Shisha Strawberry combo, which feels a little "dark" for a strawberry, but is tasty and syropy and worked out great.
Because of the not so bright strawberry combo, a hefty amound of Super Sweet is needed, adjust to taste but I wouldn't reccomend less than 0.4%.