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I created this recipe for the Flavor Pro Fantasy Food special. My Raven Berry Tart was inspired by the cooking profession in World of Warcraft. These lovely little tarts are trained in the Battle for Azeroth expansion and call for Wild Flour, Choral Honey, Aromatic Fish Oil and Wild Berries to craft them. The list of flavors is lengthy because I did not want a recognizable berry profile, instead I wanted them to morph into a new imaginary berry flavor. I feel that I pulled that off fairly well. I was not sure what to do about the Aromatic Fish Oil aspect until Dmilin had the brilliant idea to throw in some CAP-27 Fish which also paired nicely with the berries and gave them a slight syrup texture. Next I needed to find a way to add in the Choral Honey, so I opted for the VT-Honeycomb which had the added bonus of accenting the JF-Biscuit and the INW-Custard at the same time. The FW-Wild Berry Cobbler ala Mode combined with JF-Biscuit make a nice cookie base for the berries to sit in and the INW-Custard is the creamy filling that binds them. For copyright reasons I decided not to use the actual thumbnail image from the game. This photo is extremely close though.
Optional Ingredients: I added 0.4% FW-Sweetener to mine. The CAP-27 Fish and VT-Honeycomb can be omitted if you are missing them and have very little impact on the recipe.
a nice blend of berries and melon. normally don't do fruits but just got a bunch of new flavors to play with and need to stop vaping bakerys and creams all the time haha!
INW Cactus adds moisture and complexity.
CSL Candied Watermelon perfect melon candy not too sweet and does very well with other flavors no off notes.
FA Forest Fruits adds a nice berry aspect to the melon adds nuance to the profile.
FA Lemon Sicily adds brightness and help bring out the berry.
sweeten to taste with go to sweeter and your good to go! SNV, but best after a 2 days for flavors to develop
Hope anyone who mixes this enjoys it, and please leave comments about what you thought.