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This is one of my first recipes that I was genuinely happy with. Then INW Yes, We Cheesecake came along, and I became ecstatic, and this recipe became one of my ADVs. This is a lemon meringue cheesecake where the lemon curd and meringue are reminiscent of the pies my grandmother used to make. At the same time, it presents the mouthfeel and the rich creaminess you get from a traditional cheesecake recipe. I am fairly new to mixing and would love any feedback that the community might have to offer. Please mix, share, and enjoy.
This flavor will tie you to a radiator and GRAPE YOU in the mouth.
The name is a reference to the Whitest Kids You Know sketch with the same name.
I wasn't going for anything in particular here, but I wanted a grape flavor that wasn't overpoweringly grape (despite the name) - so it's got some blueberry in there as well to mellow out the grape candy flavor. It also has some sour gummy candy to bring out some more sourness along with the lemon and cherry to add more fruit in there. Cactus, I'm not sure why I put that in there, but it's good. Marshmallows are for body - I especially like the toasted marshmallow, but that might be a bit too much. Cream cheese icing adds some sweetness and creaminess.
A creamy, tangy and sweet lemon pudding.
Lemon Sicily and Juicy Lemon make a great lemon flavour in combination, with the tang from lemon sicily being smoothed out by the juicy lemon and creating a beautiful dessert lemon flavour.
I used Lemon Meringue Pie as a bridge into the creams (which form the pudding layer of the recipe), as it has a hint of creaminess and Meringue to add sweetness.
For the creams, I wanted something light, flavourful and sweet, but that wasn't overpowering and would support the lemon. This is a combination I have used to good effect in other recipes, and it seems to work well here.
VT pudding base rounds the whole thing off, adding a lovely mouth feel and roundness to the vape.
This needs a couple of weeks to steep and get to the sweet spot, but I have been trying it since I made it and it is really good so far.
I would appreciate any feedback! 😊
Edit: a friend has told me that this is extremely similar to/a clone of Milkman's Pudding. I haven't tried it, but if you have and you liked it, give this a go.
Imagine the feeling you have on a hot summer day. Maybe chilling with some friends at home in your garden, maybe on the beach. You're thirsty so you grab one of these bottles as shown in the thumbnail, and you feel as if you're in heaven. This is the feeling this recipe tries to capture.
My goal was to recreate the taste of one of these as accurately as possible. After tweaking V1 some more, I think I even got a bit closer to it.
TPA - Sweet Tea: I went with this, because when I originally smelled it, it smelled just like this particular tea I was trying to recreate. I used it at 6% because it builds our Tea Base and is a fairly weak flavor.
FA - Black Tea: This tea provides the bitterness you can taste in this drink. Since it's a very intense flavor, I used it at 0.5% to get that bitter sidenote, but kept it low so it won't be too overpowering.
CAP - Juicy Lemon: Imagine making a tea and not adding some citrus to it. Who on earth would do such thing? That's why we have 2% of this juicy lemon in there, to get a nice citrus touch, but as well, keep it on the ground.
CAP - Super Sweet: Some people like it sweet, some don't. I do, and since the drink itself is very sweet, I decided to go with an astounding 0.25 Super Sweet.
Last but not least, to top everything off, TPA - Juicy Peach: To be honest, this is where I was really unsure. I think though, Juicy Peach provides a really nice top note. On it's own, it smells like a very rich, natural Peach. That's why I decided to throw some
FA - White Peach in there as well. It smells much less intense, but really candy-like. It reminds me of the taste of those Haribo Peaches, if anyone knows those.
Also, I used some WS-23 to really give it an "iced" feeling. I used it at 0.5 since I haven't used it often, but you can definitely use more of it :)
FULL CREDIT TO THE THUMBNAIL/ARTWORK GOES TO @Zany
I borrowed pretty liberally from Daz Cole's Lemon Tart Remix for my lemon, I subbed out Cap LMP for FW for extra richness and added a touch of FE Lemon to round out the flavor.
My richer quick custard is next with the LB VIC, FLV VP, and Cap NYCC.
Rounding out this monstrosity is OOO Pie Crust and WF Croissant for a rich buttery crust.
3-5 day max steep, definitely Shake and Vape
Tested on a wasp nano, .3ohm fused clapton, 55 watts.
A sort of Gin-fizz-let with citrus and lime. Refreshing and satisfying!
VT Botanical Gin is aromatic, grassy and delightfully strange. CAP Juicy Lemon tries to stand out but FA Lime Tahity Cold Pressed and VT Bergamot tie it down. Might use a better lemon (FE lemon) when I get it, but its fine as it is.
Could use a little fizz? We'll see if I don't ruin it all by adding some.