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This isn't really meant to mimic anything, it's just supposed to be delicious. If you must give it a "profile," I suppose we could call it a spiced pear torte with butterscotch cream sauce.
As soon as I tried his pear trinity I knew I wanted to try transplanting it to a different base, not that DAAPled Pears wasn't already perfect, but just to see how it might work as a plug-and-play. I took out Foment's cream base, which I hear is also super portable, and replaced it with the pair of CAP bakeries I used for Titanic. However, after steeping and trying it, it seemed to have a hole in it. I stared at that hole until right shape to fill it came to mind, and that shape was FW Butt Rip.
Here is a Christmas Treat for you.
Mjuk Pepparkaka Translates directly from Swedish into "Soft Pepper Cookie".
I never really got that as there is no pepper in the cookies.
It is basically gingerbread cookies, but in Sweden we beside ginger have the trio of cinnamon, clove and cardamom in there.
The vanilla pudding is for the mouthfeel.
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is for more vanilla and a layer of frosting on top.
The Lava Cake does not really introduce any chocolate here.
It plays the roll of Dark Syrup and does that beautifully.
Again steep overnight and it is good to go.
The ginger is a bit to prominent for the real Swedish feel but mellows out a bit with time.
I love Lassi drinks and the one that sticks out the most to me is a Pineapple Lassi with ginger I had. This is my attempt to create that and to use MB's Pineapple Lassi.
So obviously I started with MB's Pineapple Lassi as I've been wanting to build something around that flavor. I kept it at 1.5% mostly because I want all these flavors to blend without one being too dominant.
I wanted to back up that pineapple with some fresh pineapple used in the drink, so I went with INW Pineapple for that purpose. After some trial and error I went with 3% to keep it above the ginger.
I added a fair amount of VT Yoghurt Drink to fill in the drink aspect and to lighten things a little with that lemon note.
To further push the creamy drink I added a dab of FA Cream Fresh just to add some nondescript creaminess.
The Ginger was hard. I honestly just went with Cap Gingerbread as that's the only ginger I have. I think it works. It does bring a bready note, but I kind of like it and makes the flavor a little more dense and layered.
The drink I had was sweetened with Honey, so I wanted to add a bit of that without getting a strong honey taste. I really wanted just a little of that honey depth and slight sweetness, so I went with a modest amount of FLV Milk & Honey. I think it blends well with the Cap Gingerbread as well.
Finally, this is a sweet drink so I added a tad of Cap Super Sweet to raise things.
Suggestions would be appreciated if another ginger would give me a mild sweet ginger note I could use.
This has to steep. The taste changes dramatically within the first 24 hours.
This Saturday on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! We were doing Rin's Delicious Cookie! And looking for a cookie that makes me think of Rin, I remembered one of my favorite cookie of all times! It's crisp and peculiar, and sharp but soft in the middle, just like Rin!
Notes to come!
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
Cécile aka Queer Your Vape
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A recipe made for a friend on ATF. I find it humbling when I receive personal messages requesting a recipe due to that particular person enjoying my work so much. He’s a fan of custards so I wanted to make something a little different that’s definitely not your run of the mill custard profile but IMO tastes great. I like to think of this as a wintertime Creme Brulee that kinda has some Christmas influences but not enough to put this recipe in a “Christmas time only” category. I’m really enjoying this one it’s packed full of flavour without being to much for an ADV. you can S&V this one however 3 days and up is where it’s at! Give it a mix and leave your rating and review for all to see. Merry Christmas bjorama and everyone else in our awesome DIY community and best wishes for 2020!!! 💙
INW CREME BRULEE for VT CREME BRULEE @ 2.5%
JF DULCE DE LECHE for TPA DULCE DE LECHE @ 1.5%
CAP VC V2 for CAP VC V1 @ 3%
This is a mix for this weeks mixin vixens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gF4eSlEZZ3s&feature=youtu.be. Its a spiced pumpkin smoothie with vanilla whipped cream on top and a gingerbread cookie.
Episode 87 - I saw a coffee drink, so I went for a gingerbread flavored latte. The Biscuit Base, Gingerbread, Gingerbread extra ginger, and Graham Cracker Clear make up the gingerbread flavor part of the latte. I was not aiming to have it be like eating the cookie stuck in the cup, that's just decoration, I was going for the drink itself. So the cookie flavor is not super distinct as a crunchy cookie. I think if I were going to go for that style I would have added FA cookie, some AP, and possibly some TFA Snickerdoodle. Just suggestions if you would like to try it out with this recipe.
The coffee layer consists of the VT Caffe Latte, and coffee milk froth. TO me the milk froth has no coffee notes in, but it's thick, creamy, and nearly buttery, which does help bridge the cookie flavors into the coffee. The Caffe Latte is not super strong, and competing with the creams and rich cookie flavors, it does need to be up at 4%. It was just enough for me to get a good stout coffee note for both me and my husband when we tested it. If you mix this and find it isn't quite strong enough for coffee notes for you, you could easily bump it up by 0.5% until you reach a point that it works for you. I would imagine most average tasters will be satisfied with the coffee level in this recipe. If you're a little sensitive, like I am it could probably be lowered by 0.5%, as when I tried it at 3.5% level I could taste the coffee well enough, but my husband couldn't taste it over the creams.
The FLV Whipped cream hangs out on the top layers of the profile, caught most at the end of the exhale and slight aftertaste of whipped cream.
I didn't find that it needed sweetener. However if you are someone who likes sweetener adding your preferred level to this recipe should yield good results.
This is a delightful recipe for the cool winter days coming up here in the Northern Hemisphere. If you like coffee and gingerbread you'll enjoy this flavor.
In the great words of the finest comedic musician of the the 21st century, Tim Minchin:
Only a ginger can call another ginger "ginger"
So listen to me if you care for your health
You won't call me ginger unless you're ginger yourself
Only a ginger can call another ginger "ginger"
This is a recipe to honor & respect the almighty Ginger Ninja's.
With the right balance & use of ginger flavours used with "Ginger Ninja" precision this recipe profile has been one that has taken much patience & practice.
The result is delicious!!
To anyone that loves a gingersnap &/or gingerbread with a good lashing of buttercream frosting will enjoy this.
The carefully balanced combination of Cap Gingerbread,
FLV Gingersnap & Cap Graham cracker make a beautiful Ginger cookie base here with just the right amount of ginger,spice & bakery notes.
It took some tweeking to get it right but the results were well worth it.
The WF Buttercream frosting is enough here to melt into that cookie base and helps to deliver a smooth delicious vape.
The sweetness is what makes it here though, the combination of
OOO Powdered Sugar & Cap Super sweet has been a revelation of late that I have experimented with a lot since a new mixer I was talking to come across this magical combination. As expected it helps here a lot to make this profile shine.
You don't have to be a ginger ninja to mix this nor enjoy it.
All you have to do is let it steep for 3-5 days, enjoy :)
I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.15 ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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