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Dark brown slightly burnt peach butter biscuit with cream cheese icing.
Cap Sugar Cookie / INW Biscuit / LA CCI - is the base. Gives the dark brown, slightly burnt and sugary flavor.
Cap Butter Cream - adds the buttery feeling on the exhale.
FLV Peach - Very subtle peach tones.
I'd gives this one 2 or 3 weeks steep, crack open your favorite beer and enjoy.
A deeply delicious strawberry milk.
I have NEVER released a strawberry milk and thought that I would never see the day... However, the lockdown does strange things to one and this is the result after mixing the missus her usual strawberry cream... This is a self indulgent thick and creamy strawberry milk which was inspired by combining the best bits of my favorite strawberry milks and adding my own spin on 'em.
Each strawberry plays its own role here and, combined, delivers a wonderfully sweet & flavourful strawberry base while delivering a semblance of mouth feel - compliments of WF Strawberry Gummy Candy. I realise that 3 strawberries may seem excessive but this threesome has proven me wrong. Used sparingly, I have coaxed just the correct amount of flavour out of these babies to deliver the ultimate strawberry milk strawberry.
VT Vanilla Cream has been a revelation in the mixing scene and for good reason... This voluptuous, creamy beauty is laced with fresh vanilla and is just sublime in any creamy base. Combined with FA Milk and a touch of meringue, it is catapulted to greatness...
The sugar cookie adds that little bit of familiarity and prevents the recipe of being linear - the slightest bit of cookie flavour just elevates it perfectly.
This baby is ready after 3 days or so.
Somebody asked me for a vanilla custard pie vape for a pod/MTL set-up, so here's another quickie! With the confinement, people can't buy vaping products on my island, so I'm trying to help.
It's Fresh's quick custard with my favorite graham cracker in it. The Sugar cookie brings more crust.
Many thanks to @Fresh03.
This should work in a pod/MTL set-up at 50VG/50PG, but you can easily vape it in a sub-ohm tank or RTA/RDA at 70VG/30PG
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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I LOVE Boysenberry...especially the SMUCKERS Boysenberry Syrup...so when I first bought Dinner Lady's Blackberry Crumble I was in heaven, it taste so much like that Smuckers Syrup to me I can't get enough. This is my first trial, it is definitely not exact BUT I can tell I am on to something. Got to get the Crumble down and the Buttery flavor but the fruit is very close with the one FLV Boysenberry. I will be trying to perfect it over these next few weeks of Quarantine...God Bless Everyone...Love to all...Kim Still a very good Boysenberry Cream right now but I can make it better.
This has been a tricky profile to nail down due to the cake flavour going under the radar with past attempts, this one finally nails it down.
A soft pink and yellow sponge cake with a light slathering of apricot jam and a coat of marzipan to finish
The cake base comes in the form of WF fluffy white, CAP sugar cookie cake and OOO cornbread, Fluffy white cake and sugar cookie brings all the characteristics of a sponge except the crumb so corn bread just boosts that element slightly making the cake a bit more bolder and visible amongst the other components.
MB apricot jam is perfect here as it has that jammy feel I’m looking for without using extra concentrates to boost the pectin content.
Finally the marzipan is built by using FA almond and FA marzipan, using almond aswell as marzipan just helps build layers so the marzipan becomes a bit more “bitey” rather than an almond fondant from using marzipan alone it has a touch of graininess to it representing the sugary feel a bit better.
Sweetener is subjective and if you’re not a fan you can leave it out but I feel it helps the marzipan so bare that in mind.
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This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart. March 17th, St. Patrick's Day....what should we make? Let's do something no one has ever created before...A Shamrock Shake! Ok, I know, there's ton's of Shamrock Shakes out there, but this is ours. Full recipe notes on DEVELOPED Episode 50 at https://youtu.be/_bQxwYC4cDc .
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