Looper by ANML clone/remix. This is how ANML describes this profile, "Looper by ANML is the newest addition to ANML's growing e-liquid collection, perfected and made by hand in small batches by Phillip Rocke. Looper carries a remarkably accurate flavor of fruity cereal over creamy milk; it has a complex-yet-immediately-familiar taste that flawlessly balances the crispness of a newly-opened box of fruity cereal with the rich, indulgent flavor of fresh milk." As "Premium" juices go, I'm not too impressed with this. However, I know it's very popular and I wanted to tackle this for a much cheaper option while staying true to the original and possibly making it better. ANML says this is supposed to be a fruity cereal with fresh milk, but this is what I get from this vape. It's very lemony on top with a slight cereal note and a hint of cream. I also get a slight cactus after taste, which sounds weird, but I think it adds to the "fruity cereal" aspect. Here's how I deconstructed it. The cereal: I'm not a big fan of cereal flavorings so instead of using those, I chose to use CAP Sugar Cookie. At 3% it adds the slight cereal note I was tasting when combined with the lemon, lemon lime, and cactus, and CAP Sugar Cookie adds the texture I was looking for. The Fruity note: I've noticed a lot of recipes I've created using FE Lemon with a textured bakery, like CAP Sugar Cookie, resembles a "fruit Loops" like note. However, I was also getting a slight lime note as well. Using FE Lemon at .25% and just a touch of TPA Lemon Lime at .1% seemed to be spot on. But as I mentioned before I was also getting a slight cactus note on the end. With the addition of INW Cactus at .25% it made everything come together as it should, a "fruit Loops" cereal. The Milk: I don't get much milk from the original but it is there. CAP Sweet Cream at .5% was just what was needed. I also added a touch of CAP Super Sweet to brighten things up a bit. If you've followed some of my recipes you will notice I use very low flavor percentages. The Boss Reserve clone is a good example at only 4.25% total flavorings. This is another example of low flavor percentages coming out to only 4.35%. But it's packed with flavor. If you enjoy the original Looper, this one is pretty damn close and a hell of a lot cheaper!
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