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So back To my normal overly layered self. Lol. This is supposed to be a Irish cream pudding parfait! The parfait is supposed to be made up of oatmeal cookie chunks, candied pecans and small chunks of buttered toffee!!$$$😯😉😋 Now I have let 4 people do a blind taste test with this recipe and everyone of them tasted something different and none of them were even close to what the profile is supposed to actually be but one thing is for sure they all thought it was decadently delicious!! Hence the name decadence!!
So this is what and why:
Irish cream pudding = This is a simple combination of Irish cream Flavorah and vanilla pudding Flavorah. The vanilla whipped cream is more of topping but I would be a fool if I thought you could separate the whipped cream topping from the Irish cream pudding they carry to many of the same properties. But I do think the vanilla whipped cream makes the Irish cream pudding just a touch creamier and a little more of a vanilla taste. Others have said they taste coffee or chocolate but as you see there is no chocolate or coffee in this recipe.. Lol. But who is complaining chocolate and coffee flavors usually suck and this definitely doesn't suck its different and good in my opinion. I even had someone say they tasted popcorn.. Now I don't get popcorn at all but Id10t does describe coffee flavors as tasting like burnt popcorn so hey I guess if someone is tasting coffee then hey popcorn isn't that far off or is it??? Lmao 😂😜
The parfait layer:
For the oatmeal cookie I used in my opinion the best and one of the only good oatmeal cookie flavors. Yesi know I know its a real flavors super concentrate and yes its great!!! Its the only oatmeal cookie I want just oatmeal cookie no raisins or chocolate just oats and cookie. The candied pecans I made with butter pecan by fw and toffee by Flavorah. The toffee by Flavorah works as the buttered toffee chunks and the candied part of the pecans and at a whopping .50%. The rich cinnamon adds a dusting of cinnamon sugar over the top of this decadent treat. The rich cinnamon also works nicely with the butter pecan by fw and the oatmeal cookie . if you want more cinnamon add .05% or a drop per 30ml bottle more of rich cinnamon by Flavorah..
I used .35% sweetness by Flavorah but feel free to use or don't use whatever sweetener you prefer.
This is a bit strange it tastes really good immediately but it blends together and blooms into this decadently delicious layered Vape treat!! 😳😳😝😜😋😋 I would say its at its best after 5days for sure but its really good on a shake as well lol.
This is a mix I made up for #DAYTIMEFRANKREVIEWS - Sunday mixin in the kitchen show . The Irish cream, and coffee combine to create the main profile for this mix. The meringue, whip cream and coconut add some fluffy mouth feel and create a sweet top note. The hazelnut, brown sugar and are the base notes. The vodka gives you that slight dryness on the exhale similar to what to the finish of a dry martini cocktail.
As with actual vodka this does not add a flavor to your profile - it add a dryness and extends the length of the finish on your exhale - which is a nice contrast to the sweet creaminess on the front end.
Note-The above VT coffee is Caffè Latte not Arabica Coffee
So far, the best Coffee Eliquid I have made!! As we all know, coffee is a bitch to get right!! VT has crested a fantastic coffee, which, when used at a low % creates a beautiful creamy coffee mix.
Let me know your thoughts, and any adjustments you'd recommend :)
Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
This tastes so close to the homemade blueberry cheesecake ice cream I made the other month. Only difference is that ice cream had alcohol in it! This is definitely creamy and tastes like cheesecake ice cream with a ribbon of thick blueberry sauce and fresh blueberries mixed in. Delicious!
At S&V you mostly get blueberries with some cream. It will require a steep to allow all the cream based flavors to homogenize and really come out and shine, while also converting the blueberries to a more subdued compote/thick sauce style.
Bilberry (FA) 0.45% / Blueberry extra (TFA/TPA) 1% / Forest Fruit Mix (FA) 1.75%:
This combo makes a great blueberry sauce. The Forest Fruit is not quite a blueberry but it does have blueberries in it. Its fresh and ripe without being overly tart. The Bilberry adds that slightly tart element while also bending it more towards the blueberry realm instead of the "berries" category. The Blueberry Extra converts the blend into the more syrupy, thick and sweet sauce I am looking for.
Custard (FA) 0.75% / Vanilla Ice Cream (LB) 3%:
FA Custard has a citrus note to it which pairs nicely with the sweetness of the blueberries. It also does a great job of backing up the LB Vanilla Ice Cream which can mute flavors in higher %'s. Plus custard is a very common base for actual ice cream. I chose LB Vanilla Ice Cream because its a great ice cream and it doesn't give anyone the pepper taste.
New York Cheesecake (CAP) 2% / Cream Milky Undertone (OOO) 2.5% / Vanilla Whipped Cream (CAP) 2.5%:
This is the cheesecake base. CAP New York Cheesecake is a fairly authentic cheesecake after a good steep. I have the OOO Cream Milky Undertone in here to really help make the mouthfeel creamy like this ice cream should be. The CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream is great for mouth feel as well, however I am also using it to bump up the vanilla note a little.
This is surprisingly delicious after a day, however it really does need to steep for all the creams to come out. I am tucking this away for a few weeks and will update with the final flavor description when its ready :)