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This profile has distinct orange notes with a creamy, yet slightly icy, base. Give it a go! It's a great recipes to hail the end of Summer. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/oSlBtoAwknw .
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Pasteles con guava y queso
A Cuban pastry with guava and cheese. Usually a stuffed pastry, but I wanted the guava and cheese on top because this isn’t for eating.
VT/WF Croissant & FA Apple Pie for the pastry shell.
LB Baker’s Touch for a little spice and thickness.
LA Cream Cheese icing for cream cheese icing.
CAP Sweet Guava as the fruit base and FW Blood Orange to make it sticky and vibrant.
*I’m going to try this next time with 1% OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake instead the the LA Cream Cheese Icing.
In this mix, the Raspberry is the main note, in which all other profiles work on top of. I utilized FA Raspberry and TFA Raspberry Sweet to produce a vivid raspberry flavor that isn't too natural and "watery". While it's not particularly deep, it's a great base for a popsicle flavor. Next, I layed in the lime, which is the second dominating accent note. VT Persian Lime + MB Green Lime produce a very tart and bright lime flavor that sits right next to the raspberry, rather than on top of it. Lastly, I filled out the finish with FW Blood Orange, and used Menthol to add a light mint note to the mix.
For this recipe, I was really wanting a to find a good mango centered dessert using creams or milks I had been experimenting with lately. So I decided to K.I.S.S. and just take a stab at a simple Mango Cream which is almost custard-y but more akin to a heavy whipped cream with mango puree folded in a pushed through a sieve. At least that's what I was going for in my mind.
Cream(Milky Undertones) & FLV Cream: These two for me work really well as a duo to add creaminess to a recipe. I have been using them at a 2 to 1 ratio and they compliment each other very well this way, FLV cream adding a lot more weight to the milky undertones.. This creates a nice cream base, along with the vanilla swirl, for the mango to sit on.
Vanilla Swirl: This is used basically as the main body and adds a dessert vanilla note to the mix. At 3% this does the trick.
FLV Mango: I hear from most people this is the best mango and it didn't disappoint. It is thick and well rounded and really accentuates my favorite aspects of a mango. I used it at 1% because I wanted more of the cream/dessert aspects to come out so the mango didn't take over. I like it where it is, but If you wanted more mango and a little less of the vanilla cream base, I think 2% would work just fine.
Blood Orange(Natural): Added in a very small quantity to add a bit of acidity to the mix that I thought it needed. The flavor of orange doesn't really come across as much as just the acidity does.
Strawberry Gummy Candy: This might seem like a weird choice, and admittedly it may be. But I wanted a sort of gelatinous, sweet, candy sort of mouthfeel to round out any harsh edges left over from adding the orange. And I love this flavor so it seemed like even if the strawberry came forward a bit, I would still like the mix. For me, at a half of a percent I don't really taste strawberry but it did get some of that mouthfeel I was looking for so I kept it in.
This is a work in progress and I am always open to any suggestions to make my mixes better as I am a relatively new mixer (only about 6 months). Enjoy!
Blood Orange Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream
Add cooling if you want. I hate it.
FW Blood Orange is really good buut I find it super harsh on my throat parts. So I used it at 1% and filled up the orange flavor with Juicy Orange. Added a touch of Dragonfruit to make it even juicier.
OOO Whipped Cream for body and a light vanilla note. TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream because its tried and true.
A simple coconut cookie spiked with fresh blood orange.
INW Coconut cookies & INW Cheesecake is a match made in heaven... Adapted from my Caramel Cheesecake base, I pushed the Coconut Cookies a little higher to produce a delectable, fresh coconut cookie. Both these ingredients are just sublime and when combined, are magnificent! This pairing fuses the best characteristics of each flavor to produce a light & crisp vanilla flavored coconut cookie accentuated with the rich & creamy notes of INW Cheesecake to produce a mind blowing cookie.
FW Blood Orange is (still) the undisputed king of oranges - a somewhat bitter, slightly sweet, blood orange with a hint of grapefruit. It sits unassumingly in the background and does not dominate the cookie base in the least. Feel free to increase to 2% if you prefer a more prominent blood orange presence.
Give this baby 3 to 5 days to settle and enjoy!
My take on a Hawaiian Punch.
The in initial recipe had 1% apple 3% guava and i felt that it was REALLY close but a little heavy on the guava, and i know sweet guava chills out after a day or two but i wanted a bit more apple in there and a little less guava so i adjusted.
My first adjustment bumped blood orange to 3% and it was a little too citrusy in that take so i took it back to 2.5%.
Let me know what y'all think!!
You can shake n vape this but as with all things a few days really gives this a boost