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Blueberry Jam on buttery toast, original recipe by @Sublimeice!
TPA Blueberry Extra, FA Bilberry, and FW Blueberry are the blueberry base of this recipe. Thanks to @EdibleMalfunction for that!
RF Blueberry Jam with Toast is the main player here, bringing some jammy blueberry backing note and the hint of toast that sells this recipe.
CAP Golden Butter adds a rich buttery mouthfeel that goes with the toast element.
CAP Super Sweet makes it taste like a commercial liquid.
A blueberry mint that will leave you feeling minty fresh!
An improvement over https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/123169
The lemon lime really gives it the kick it needs.
For all those sitting outside on one of those hot summer nights and craving a more natural and refreshing vape, dont look any further.
This is a delicious blueberry frozen yoghurt recipe, which for me hits this spot exactly.
I wanted to really nail a more natural taste experience instead of a candied overly sweet one and this recipe truely did this for me.
Also my first recipe release so if you try this please consider leaving a review on how you liked it or what you might change.
Road to perfection is a hard one as you know.
I used the blueberry trinity (FW, TPA & FA) as a base here because it brought a lot of the blueberry aspects i wanted already. The billberry is upped a bit in percentage to pull the blueberry a bit more to the natural side.
FW blackberry is added here for a bit more depth and help the blueberry flavor not to get lost in the yoghurt and the WS-23.
FW yoghurt is great as a base cream here for the thicker mouthfeel and creamyness. FLV greek yoghurt adds that little zingy slightly sour undertone of a natural yoghurt, which i wanted in this recipe. At last the little bit of VTA milkshake base added really well to that natural yoghurt taste to make the cream consistent even when adding WS-23 (Ran into muting issues with cooling agents and creams in the past a lot)
FE Lemon is not really noticable as a lemon flavor in the recipe more there to boost and help seperate the blueberry from the yoghurt to make it taste like whole blueberrys in a yoghurt more than blueberries blended into a yoghurt.
WS-23 for cooling obviously can also be taken higher or left out completely. Tweak to your likings ;)
Super Sweet, "only" 0.25% because i dont like my recipes overly sweet and the prominent blueberry already brings a good bit of natural sweetness by itself