Sploosh is so good is because it has a fruit, a dairy, and a baked flavor in it. You could vary the ingredients and still make a really good mix. Just think like a baker. You wouldn’t get too risky mixing things that don’t go together.
I keep single flavors in 10ml bottles that are mixed at 2x what you’d use in your juice.
I take some fruit, cream and baked flavors and some Diluter (PG/VG/Nic only) and put them in my tank, and it’s always…yes always good.
One tank i filled this morning was a ‘’‘cookie’ mix. I put the ingr. below. This is about as complicated as i get.
Usually it’s about 4 ingredients.
This method allows me to mix and taste new mixes all the time.
This morning’s cookie tank:
Sugar Cookie - filled the tank 1/3 full
Gingersnap/ Gingerbread Cookie mix - 10 drops
Clove 1 drop
Apple 5 drops
baked bread .4 drops
Fig 4 drops
Custard 5 drops
Acytyle Pyrazine 2 drops
Stevia 1 drop
Diluter to fill the tank the other 40%
I might also add candy apple or brown sugar, molasses or pie crust, butter. Pandora would work well or even donut IF the particular brand of donut tastes good with the other tastes. If I’m not sure, I might leave it out and then drip one drop into my tank later to test it. I would not add butterscotch because i’m going with the gingersnap flavor in this mix, and i’m not sure how they would blend. i know they would compete with eachother. Just know that the more u add the new flavor has to meld with the other flavors or might cover it up or it might mix werid. So, the amounts you add are based on that premis and the flavor itself. I’d never add too much fig for example because it’s strong and would overpower and turn it into a fig cookie rather than a gingersnap cookie.