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Flavor Profile: creamy easy nutty rich simple smooth
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This one was made for my girlfriend but it turned out amazing and super addicting. Based off Special K Cinnamon pecan cereal.
CAP Cereal 27/FLV Cinnamon crunch/FLV Crunch cereal
These 3 create the cereal base. A lot of people dislike FLV crunch cereal, and I understand why. If you use it high it taste funky as hell, but at .75% WITH the cereal 27 it bends the flavor away from the standard corn cereal taking it more into a wheat grain cereal, and the cinnamon crunch brings some cinnamon sugar coated grain flavor to it to bring the base.
FW Butter pecan/FA Nut mix
Being a pecan flavored cereal FW butter pecan was a pretty obvious choice, but I didn't want it to go to far into a candied nut flavor, so using FA nut mix in a small % adds a vague nut flavor without being to obviously any single nut in order to bolster the pecan flavor.
FA cream fresh/TFA Van swirl/FA meringue/TPA toasted Marshmallow/FW Hazelnut
A very basic creamy milk base. Adding the TPA toasted marshmallow to it brings some brown sugar type sweetness to the mix emulating the sugar mixing with the milk in the bottom of the bowl.
If you want a slightly drier texture to it .25-.5% of AP will help with that. It's good without and depending on how you prefer the cereal would decided if and how much you'd use.
Finally got around to mixing some TFA Peanut Butter up. First impressions was it tasted like the peanut butter in a nutty bar. From my mixing experience I knew INW Biscuit would work well for the wafer. I also like the way INW Milk Chocolate and FW Hazelnut work together. It might need minor tweaking, but after 3 days steep I think it really close. Any feed back is more than welcome.
FULL DISCLOSURE. This is an old bottle of INW Milk Chocolate. It may or may not be the old formula. I ordered it in late Nov early Dec 2016. So substituting INW Milk Chocolate for something else might be in order. I know wayne subbed it out for JF Milk Chocolate in his recipes.
It's been a long time coming, but I've finally created a coffee-forward juice that I actually enjoy. There are definitely ways to improve upon this, but after 4 months of testing coffee concentrates, my tongue needs a break.
Let me preface this by saying that I'm not a big coffee drinker, but back in March, a friend of mine introduced me to the White Russian. Dairy + alcohol sounds like a bad time, but it was much better than I expected. So, the hunt is on!
I began my quest by Googling the word "Kahlua" and found out that it was an actual company by the name, and Wikipedia defined Kahlua as a rum and coffee flavored liqueur. Right off the bat, I knew I would be combining Jamaican Rum with SC Cappucino to create the base of the drink.
Now, for the cream. TFA Sweet Cream wasn't heavy enough and brought some unwanted eggy notes with it at 2%. FLV Sweet Cream was a bit too heavy for what I was going for. I settled in with FA Fresh Cream at 1%. It adds a delicate sweetness and smooths the rum and coffee out quite well. But...
Ew...This isn't sweet...at all...I don't want to overdue but this needs SOMETHING. When I do decide to drink coffee, I drop a soft Werther's Original caramel candy in my cup and let it melt. I also use a few sprinkles of hazelnut. So, let's put them both in the coffee! The caramel sweetens up the mix and adds a bit of grittiness while the hazelnut adds some body, so things aren't super creamy.
From there, it was time to add some alcohol. Vanilla Bourbon isn't quite the vodka that is found in a White Russian, but the boozy notes it delivers fit well into the mix. It also brings that warm vanilla with it which helps bring the entire mix together.
If you're anything like me and not a big coffee drinker, this will either taste exactly like what I have described above, or it will taste like burnt popcorn lol. There is no in-between. It's not profoundly sweet or cloying at all, but the flavor lingers on your palate and in your nostrils if you exhale out of your nose.
Still in the process of perfecting this profile.
This is v2 of strawberry custard?
In strawberry custard original I had planned to make.............a strawberry custard until after I mix and reliezed the 0.75-1 tpa carm original with 2-3fa custard. Taste EXACTLY like flan and more especially the wet caramel sauce... long start short it changed my goal.
This version is significantly closer to my goal but one this still remains. I can't get the strawberry right. In the og. I can only taste strawberry.a little. And same here Im thinking this mix would be done with an additional 4%tpa strawberry not ripe.
But I'm still steeping this mix so we will see. In the mean time. I'm gonna drop this here because its pretty fucking good imo.....
And ill post real notes mabey when im done... but
Tpa carm og. 0.75-1
Fa custard 2-3
Taste like custard with wet caremel sauce really nothing more to see here mix this and keep moving along
What's going on folks, back at it again with another recipe for your taste buds. First off, shoutout to the homie Lilhop625 for bringing his negativity towards my previous recipe and bringing attention to it, much love fam 👊🏻 This recipe goes out to the homie Lilhop625! Without further adeu, Pink Season!
So Pink Season is an album by Filthy Frank and every single fucking time I watch Wayne's live mixing or any video he puts out I can't help but notice the resemblance lol. Anyways this recipe is my take on a strawberry milk vape. Yes, I know that this recipe has been beaten like a dead horse but strawberry and cream vapes are what kept me from going back to cigarettes. So I've been trying to create a strawberry cream that satisfies my needs and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, (without thinking about Lilhop625😘). This recipe is supposed to resemble when you were a kid and put waaaaay too much strawberry syrup in your glass of milk and how fucking delicious it was. Anyways here's what I've come up with:
FA Cream Fresh, Meringue and TFA VBIC - I believe it was in a flavor talk video by Wayne in which he said a 2:1 ratio of Cream Fresh and Meringue create a good milk base so that's what I've done here. The addition of VBIC adds body to the milk without the heaviness and egginess of Vanilla Custard (even though I'll just about find ANY reason to throw VCv1 into a recipe).
FA Red Touch, INW Shisha Strawberry and TFA Strawberry Ripe - these obviously create the strawberry syrup that I want in this recipe, the Red Touch and Shisha Strawberry act as the sugary potion of the syrup while the Ripe Strawberry helps to add that lacking authenticity. (Honestly I just lined them up and did percentages as 1,2,3 and it seemed to workout 🤐).
FW Hazelnut - this is something that you can totally leave out of this recipe, I only use it because I feel that hazelnut and strawberry are better that beer and football.
Sweetener is always subjective.
That's pretty much it folks! This is SnV approved but I do believe that giving the recipe about 3 days will allow the creams to calm down and the hazelnut to meld better with the strawberries. Mix this up and lemme know what you think!
Psst.... - https://youtu.be/U6FIJjmX138
Here is one I put a good amount of time into. It's a sweet and creamy hazelnut donut. At first I was having a hell of a time getting the hazelnut where I wanted it. I wanted it to feel integrated with the donut instead of sitting on the side. After some trial and error, I found that TFA peanut butter was my answer. This made something closer to a hazelnut butter that give this recipe a feeling of a donut with hazelnut butter filling. I really can't put this one down, going to be one of my ADV from now on.
Coffee & Mango?
Yes i am crazy, BUT i came to this idea while i was sipping a good nespresso coffee the other day, everytime i took a sip, i got that floral smell in my nose.
So i went to my flavor stash and started opening bottles and holding them to my nose and voilà mango and coffee tasted very good.
So i made a short experiment and now after some time, i took out the steeped result and i have to say, it tastes very good, a bit strange, but good!