By: Flavorah (FLV)
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Sure, sounds like a delicious food, but damnit we don't have any good bacon flavors in the flavoring market. So in an effort to add a hint of what might taste like bacon to a maple frosted donut, I added FA oak wood and FA Black Fire to add that smokey wood note to it. It works for a hint of bacon, more like donuts deep friend in bacon grease, rather than slices of bacon on it, but that was as close as I could get it. It does need a 2 to 3 week steep. It's not a shake and vape for me.
I used Flv Maple Bar for the maple icing part of the donut. It has a nice sugary glazey type of note and used FA maple to just boost the maple goodness up a bit. WF Glazed Donut was used as the only donut note here, it is very sugary and glazey as well but it does have a nice yeasty donut note that fits in great here. WF Vanilla Cream Extra is just here for some depth and richness I felt the mix needed. Sorry to disappoint, but I could not add the bacon. :(
This is a Maple Vanilla, where you have this rich, bright vanilla cream-like body, infused with a deep maple flavor and sweetness. It's fucking delicious.
Also, it reminds me a lot of The Duchess, a popular custard by Kings Crest
Made on "Live Mixing: I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j5Qe4EHdj8
The Blondie base is the cookie and the cupcake, adding in the FA Torrone to add the darker creamier nutty notes that represent the walnut (which is the level of nuttiness that it adds but also brings a creamy note that adds into the blondie base.) FA Vanilla Gelato for the ice cream topping, with white chocolate chips sprinkled on top with a drizzle of butterscotch and maple. Straight forward. This is pretty sweet on it's own, but you can easily add a touch of sweetener to taste so that the level of sweetness reflects what you like. I'm on an anti sugar diet kick right now so I can't do sweet juice for very long, and this is super sweet to me without sweetener.