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The infamous... Strawberries and Cream... So in every mixers arsenal you know they have a S&C recipeand if not, that's just fucking weird because who doesn't?! I LOVE strawberries and who doesn't, unless you have an allergy to them. Ill have to crave wanting to Vape something with strawberries for the most part, and my go to is creams like it is for a lot of people. This took a lot of tweaking and playing around to get it where I wanted, and thats how TFA White Chocolate found its place in this recipe along with lemon. Both of these flavorings gave it that special kick I felt it needed. This one took a lot of work so I hope you guys enjoy it!
when i saw skiddlz thin mint frap recipe, i knew i had to mix my own version of it. starbucks White Chocolate Mocha Frap is delicious but with mint should be even better. doing my own version of skiddlz recipe for a couple of reasons. first i was missing most of the concentrats and second FA UP is shit imo with its cereal alcohol undertones. so pretty sure skidz recipe wouldnt do it for me.
CAP Cap, FW White Choc and CAP Pep are the main notes here. Caps Cappuccino is actually pretty good, tastes a bit like cappuccino candy, and fits profile better than other coffee flavors i got. i I love FW white choc so that's a nobrainer for me. used with tpa's version to back it up. it is a little bit dry so therefore butter cream and sweet cream come in. both are sweet and milky, they make white choc a bit softer and the profile more creamy. lastly cap peppermint for candy peppermint note.
i find it pretty hard to make complex recipes with mints, because it tends to overpower subtle notes. here in this recipe you can't taste too much of the white chocolate, although fw's version is pretty strong and distinct in most situations. It's subtle but definitely there with its sweetness and cacoa butter powder flavor. recipe is still good, not perfect, but decent. for me i could only taste a stronger white choc flavor without peppermint in the recipe. so i guess that would be an option
FW white choc apparently has sucralose in it and the other conc are also sweet ... so there's not really a need for extra sweetener.
Ok, this is a recipe I enjoy and wanted to share but obviously all credits go to ExclusiveGirl.
You can find her notes below:
Her work in the kit kat portion is great so leaving the Green Tea out and 1.5% addition of Pistachio (TPA) did the trick.
I also think this profile would work with berries (strawberry) or nuts (hazelnut).
Flavor/Development Notes from ExclusiveGirl:
White Chocolate (TFA/TPA) 4.5%:
What can I say about this. This is a very important flavor, I mean it's the main note in the real green tea kit kat. This is the base of the mix. It helps tie everything together in all of its white chocolate deliciousness. Yeah it’s not as creamy as I would like it to be, but it's a pretty damn accurate white chocolate. There is just the slightest hint of caramel when mixed for standalone or mixed with other creams that bring it out, but in this mix, you don't detect any caramel which is great. It has excellent mouth feel and really helps bring this mix into an ADV.
Vanilla Whipped Cream (CAP) 3%:
This flavor pulls double duty. Not only does it bring out the creaminess of the white chocolate, but it acts as the frosting between the wafers. It’s light and sweet and creamy.
Sugar Cookie (CAP) 1.5%:
This one actually does a bit of double duty too. Not only is it the wafer, but it also adds the extra sweetness needed for the frosting between the wafers. At a low %, it’s subtle, just like the actual wafer in the kit kat.
I'm kind of going for the Lindt Truffles, and I find them to be super creamy, a little buttery vanilla and with a kind of cooling milk taste when you break through to the middle.
I I tried FW White Chocolate, but was getting some coco from it, So I switched to TFA which helped a lot. It's a more vanilla-y creamy to me.
Next I really wanted it to be just super creamy, so I tried to build a good heavy cream.
Cap Butter Cream
A very rich, creamy flavor for me. Adds some of that butter I find in the truffles.
Another heavy cream, with some dairy and I think a little sweetness. The truffles are very creamy, I want to get as close to that as I can.
Adds to the mouthfeel, thickens it up some and adds in a bit of sweetness.
TFA Sweet Cream
Again going for that super creamy taste, also a little sweetness and a touch of dairy.
A nice dairy note, I also get a little coolness from it.
OIf course you need vanilla to make it all come together.
INW - Shisha Vanilla
A very nice vanilla, seems to blend the creams together well, really kicks up the vanilla.
I think i'm pretty close with this, been working on it for a few weeks now.