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Frangelico is a Hazelnut Liqueur with sweet bright notes of vanilla and hazelnut, and deep warm cocoa and coffee undertones. The texture Is on the side on creamy and rich but not thick.
Descriptionof the Liqueur:
Pronounced but delicate hazelnut.
Flavour with hints of vanilla and dark chocolate.
Smooth long finish, with fragrant back-note.
The richness of Frangelico is rooted in its origins. Made from the aromatic Tonda Gentile hazelnuts found in the Italian region of Piedmont, they are combined with coffee, cocoa and vanilla distillate and extracts for a sweet yet balanced golden elixir.
This recipe was inspired by mlNikon's Nog Milk https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/79010#nog_milk_thechristmasmix_by_mlnikon
I made the Nog Milk base and gave some of it to a friend and she asked me to add Strawberry. I was unsure at first, but came across a lot of real world recipes for Strawberry Eggnog smoothie / milkshake. I pulled the CAP/TFA combo from another recipe layer and put this little combo together. While you can shake and vape this, it came together much better after about 10 days. The creams came alive with a little rest.
So this is my take on the amazing nilla killa one of my local shops used too carry this flavor and he had a bottle with maybe 20ml left and he gave it too me to try & clone and this is my best version of it and I made it for the owner and he absolutely loved it I made him a 120ml bottle of it and let it steep for a week and gave it too him and he pretty much vaped the whole bottle in 3 days mix it and give it a try guys promise you will love it
Okay. For someone who constantly vapes a variation of (usually) vanilla custard it's about time I released one. Also my girlfriend keeps telling me to just release it already 😂 It rich af. It's a little different than what you're used to, but it blends just right imo. I love this base of inw Custard and fa Custard Premium. Expect to see it more. This recipe is also forever in progress in my mind (numbers\ingredients won't change in this version though). While this is very rich, I enjoy taking custard much higher than this. Just a light mix :)
Instead of just throwing in NY cheesecake I dig the ooo custard cheesecake. It lacks in the custard dept a bit but also it has little crust as well. Perfect fit here. Want this to add a little more creaminess & body. Tpa butter(see subs) adds to the overall richness without making it too oily.
Custards: Dual custards? Oh yeah. The fa is just crazy rich, a nice light vanilla, & all around my favorite custard to date. Only have 40 to try in the next 2 months, but my money is still saying this will be the best. Inw is another fantastic quick steeping flavor. It certainly has it's shortcomings in the body dept, but we'll fix those mostly with the premium. Yes, if you like custards & live in the US it's worth buying it from overseas & paying shipping for Custard Premium!
Vanilla: What happens when you combine the darkness with the light....Cap French vanilla sits nice in custards & with a touch of shisha should provide all the boost I needed to cover up any real cheesiness of the cheesecake, which is just there for creamy vanilla body.
Cake? I like it better than throwing some cap sugar cookie into the mix in this situation. Hint of vanilla. Doesn't come out as cakey at all. This is one you can bump up considerably before you get that yellow cake taste to come through the wall of DAAP we've constructed. (FW yellow cake contains sugars which can be harmful) Can be subbed with jf at same %
Sweetener: I like a little sweetener in my custards. This provides both sweeteners in one bottle. Although they are much weaker than their direct counterparts. It provides the very slight sugary mouth sensation of sucralose with the EM that just sits so well in most custards providing that body sweetness. I know .75% might seem like a lot, but it feels (to me anyway) like the equivalent of less than .15% cap ss. As always this is subjective, if you don't normally add sweeteners: don't. Or try with something like .35% 10% ethyl maltol solution if you just don't like sucralose.
Steep: I like this after 3 days, haven't tried it off the shake but I'm not the boss of you. Recommend to give it a week, gets better with age. Definitely an adv of mine.
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Subs: Cap Golden Butter instead of tpa butter, some like tpa & hate cap while some are the opposite. Maybe cap butter cream is the middle ground 🤷♂️
JF Yellow Cake for the FW conveys the same message. But I would've used it had I felt it was the tastier option....
Cap ny cheesecake is what I wanted to avoid, but it can be used. If subbing cheesecake you'll need to compensate with added vanilla.
I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.
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