(CAP) New York Cheesecake V2


By: Capella (CAP) - Buy Direct

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Ok so I have been loving cheesecake mixes for the longest time, to me they are a bit easier to work around rather than messing with other custards. So I have come to the conclusion that I honestly hate TFA raspberry with a nasty ugly passion. Then when it is vaped at any percentage is just not right for me. This juice is just not what I expected, so further more I will revise this recipe in the future.
If you are lover of TFA raspberry then you will like this recipe.

So, when this recipe came to my mind I was wanting a very heavily creamy blueberry. Well what this recipe gave me was not what I was looking for but it was surprising. After letting it steep for two to three days it came out pretty good for someone who tried too hard with different blueberries lol.. Wayne is the reason why I have dedicated my mixing abilities to try and create a very good blue berry blend nicely with some heavy sweet thick cream.
As for this mix on the inhale I get the nice heavily and soft sweet cream with this juicy and slightly present sweet blueberry and the cream on the exhale.
I really hope someone out there enjoys this recipe who is just getting into mixing or wanting to try something new!
Feedback is very much appreciated!

Going for more of a sugar cookie dipped in a vanilla custard

Original vanilla custard has a slights snack pak pudding cup flavor to me IMO any advice is welcome

Profile: A traditional Strawberry Cheesecake with Graham Cracker crust.

The body: CAP New York Cheesecake and CAP Sweet Strawberry are the dominant flavors here with a little CAP Bavarian Cream for added depth .

Supporting flavors: The TPA Graham Cracker Clear and CAP Golden Butter finish off this recipe for a perfect crust to cake ratio.

Steep time: This mix doesn't really come to life until at least 2 weeks. The Cheesecake will be quite strong and the Strawberry will be on the tart side until then. The depth of flavor and mouth feel need a full months steep to really develop and it will continue to improve for a couple more months.

Profile: A three layered Custard Cake with a light sweet lemon finish.

The body: TPA Vanilla Custard II and CAP Vanilla Custard v2 are the dominant flavors here with CAP Vanilla Cupcake V2 to soften the richness of the Custards. CAP New York Cheese Cake V2 was added to simulate the moist dense texture of Pound Cake.

Supporting flavors: The combination of CAP Juicy Lemon, CAP Bavarian Cream and CAP Golden Butter add a smooth but tangy citrus note that is present but not overpowering. It is noticeable on the inhale but much more present on the exhale.

Steep time: This recipe really comes to life after 2-3 weeks. The depth of flavor and mouth feel are spot on with a full months steep

Profile: A thick, sweet and creamy Vanilla Custard.

The body: The TPA Vanilla Custard 2 and CAP Vanilla Custard v2 are the dominant flavors here with a little added CAP Vanilla Cupcake v2 to really maximize the Vanilla profile. The CAP Bavarian Cream was added to simulate the dense creamy mouth feel of a true Custard.

Supporting flavors: The combination of CAP New York Cheese Cake v2 and CAP Butter Cream add a rich creamy texture to the background. It is noticeable on the inhale but much more present on the exhale.

Steep time: This mix doesn't really come to life until at least 1 week. The Vanilla will be quite strong until then. The depth of flavor and mouth feel need a full months steep to really develop and it continues to improve for a few more months. (If you can wait that long)

Profile: A thick, sweet and creamy Strawberry Vanilla Custard.

The body: CAP Sweet Strawberry and TPA Vanilla Custard 2 are the dominant flavors here with a little CAP New York Cheesecake for added depth.

Supporting flavors: The combination of CAP Bavarian Cream and CAP Butter Cream were included to simulate the dense creamy mouth feel of a true Custard. It is noticeable on the inhale but much more present on the exhale.

Steep time: This mix doesn't really come to life until at least 1 week. The Strawberry will be quite strong until then. The depth of flavor and mouth feel need a full months steep to really develop and it will continue to improve for a couple more months. (If you can wait that long)

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Balance. This recipe is all about Balance. Just as in real life this dense and rich cheesecake is balanced by a sweet and slightly tart Strawberry compote. This isn't your standard candied strawberry note, it draws on the deep jammy notes of OOO Strawberry Jam and WF Strawberry (Baked), making a more realistic cheesecake topping.
The cheesecake itself has Everything you could want from a cheesecake, a touch of crust, thicc ass cheesecake filling with a touch of that lactic acidity, just like mom used to make.
These flavors are perfectly balanced capturing the classic cheesecake combo.
I mainly use this in boro devices, more for compact carry than anything, but have tried it in just about every device I own, and it holds up. Hopefully you enjoy this recipe as much as I and the others who have tried it do.

A thick, rich, sweet, smooth, full bodied mouthfull of lemon meringue cheesecake perfection without the crust, because why have anything but the best part of the cheesecake in the recipe.

To be honest I'm not even sure how or why I chose the ingredients I did for this. I sat in front of my mixing station one day, looked at my flavors and figured these would make what I wanted and they did, and spot on at that. The only tweaks I made were with the %s on the CAP Lemon Meringue Pie by upping it slightly from the original amount and the same goes for the CAP NY Cheesecake. And to make a note on the V2 selection. There is no shortness of body in this recipe, nor are there any strange off notes due to the use of the V2s. To be completely honest these two V2 purchases were made when I first started mixing and never used until now or anywhere else in my mixing. They did the trick perfectly here though without a doubt.

I hope you guys enjoy this one!

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