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Mixer's Club December 2020 - life is like a box of chocolates...
ID10-T has too much faith in my mixing abilities. But i have faith in him. So, we tried out his ideas for FM TB Mint. I liked this one the best.
TB Mint / FLV Turkish - He called it. Great combo. I feel like you get the mint up front and then a pocket of spiced bacco before the minty chocolate finish.
CDM / Choc Deutch - Two great flavors that go great together. CD is lower here to keep coconut note from showing up unwanted and the CDM keeps the mint up on the back end.
Milk Chocolate - Felt it needed just a wee bit more chocolate in the finish. This did tamp down some of the bacco mint flavor upfront, but I felt the sacrifice was well worth it to wrap the whole thing in a more convincing choc rather than just be a hint.
I'd give it ten days to settle yet can be great right after a few days.
Allright boys, this is my legacy recipe. The previous version of this has been improved a lot so I appreciate people giving this one a shot. Since I started mixing I came in wishing there was more clones of popular juices. There were 4 specifically I wanted to see: pink punch lemonade by twist, shamrock cookie by sadboy, beard #32 by beard vape co, and the one strawberry by beard vape co. None of these existed before I started mixing almost a year ago. I took it as my personal mission to get good enough where I could clone these juices and I set out on a journey. This is the profile that I worked the hardest to achieve, so much time and effort. It was by far the hardest clone I worked on and took about 4 months of trial and error to get to this version. It is good after 7 days, great after 2 weeks and continues to get better afterwards. This is gonna be the last recipe I publish for a while, possibly ever unless I try to go after the one strawberry. If anyone has tried the original, I would love to hear your thoughts on how I did.
After 8 are pretty slim thin mints with a dark chocolate and a goey fontant like mint, just an after dinner treat to clear your palate.
This recipe looks pretty simple but its super tasty and accurate.
FLV Creme de menthe has a nice creamy texture and hints of chocolate with a nice peppermint note , but the peppermint stands out and separates itself a bit too much sometimes.
Using Cap Double Chocolate V2 we add a nice dark chocolate note which tames down the pepperminty note blending it a bit better.
FLV Cream is so awsame, it adds silky smooth creamy texture that creates kind our fondant like texture thickening the creams.
OOO Powdered Sugar adds a little gritty sugar note to give realism to the minty fondant.
Sweetener is needed for the authenticity of the recipe, chocolate needs to be sweet and fondants are made of sugar.
My take on this week's profile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRZvJ4paW5s&feature=youtu.be.
Its a cookie with a white chocolate peppermint kiss on top. I used Flv Creme de menthe because it has a chocolate note to it that can work for the chocolate chips in the cookie and it gives LB white chocolate peppermint a little more of a minty edge. My cookie is a combo of fa cookie for its drier crunch and wf cookie butter for its butter goodness it adds to bakeries.