This is my entry for the beginner blending competition it's based on a delicious Strawberry yogurt topped of with a crunchy honey and apple granola with hints of cinnamon.
Tfa Strawberry ripe
I went heavy here to punch the flavour through its not a great Strawberry as a Standalone and acts more of a sweetener imo,but it is noticeable throughout the vape and blends well into the yogurt to form the Base flavour as what is a fantastic yogurt flavour. It won't shout out hey I'm Strawberry but it does add to that yogurt Base.
Again this is one of the chosen basket flavours so it had to be used. I wanted to use it in a way that doesn't allow it to be it's bakery elements so I went a small percentage here to just allow them cinnamon notes to shine through. It adds some added flavour to the cereal 27 without it overpowering and making it lead towards its bakery pastry flavour. It adds bite and a little spice to the topping without offending.
Again another basket ingredient this I used for the granola topping it's a strong flavour and works just about wherever you place it. It plays it part well and adds some added flavour to the cereal topping, an extra element. The honey from the FLV milk and honey kind of sweetens it up and combines well to give the apple a twist.
FLV milk and honey
I used this along side the yogurt it takes away some sourness from the Greek yogurt and the honey adds a twist to the apple and the cereal 27 giving both a more glazed effect kind of coating them with extra flavour. The honey works very well into crunchy cereal and apple.
Capella cereal 27
This is a great flavour to use for the crunchy flaky topping it's quite weak so 3% is a good point. It adds enough to the yogurt to replicate that granola topping it's toasted elements work really well especially with the honey unfortunately I could play further with this but the 6 flavours won't allow so this works fine in doing its job of a granola topping.
FLV Greek yogurt
This is an amazing yogurt flavour I was amazed when I found this flavour. It stands very well in what it does its creamy and thick with a slight sour profile you get from a Greek yogurt. It punches through the other flavours you know it's there 2% is a perfect amount. The milk combines very well and turns it more into a creamy yogurt we all enjoy.
Adding just 0.75% is completely necessary it adds some sweetness and brings down the sour note from the yogurt. It also rounds out the recipe.
Mix at 30pg 70 vg
1 week steep