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Had several attempts at this one over a long period of time and finally got it to pretty much where I want it to be.
Rice crunchies, sweet rice, popcorn v2 and the yam (the yam brings the konjac) surrounding a somewhat artificial milk chocolate. I've tried several different chocolates along the way and FLV milk chocolate fits perfectly and is strong enough to hold its weight with everything else going on.
I don't imagine this is going to be a popular choice for people to mix up, but for anyone who fancies something different, give it a whirl.
I named this recipe with " journey " cause it takes you to another world after every puff you'll take, this is the closest taste to chocolate cookies full of creams and vanilla and it was soo natural like the one you eat at home
Mix it on 75/25 vg/pg and after steeping open it for 30 minutes
And don't forget to tell me your feedback after you try it .
Boston Cream Doughnut.
CNV Vanilla Pudding because Sanctum was right and this is a perfect, shitty doughnut filling.
FLV Milk Chocolate because it gets the job done without being too there.
VT Chocolate Mousse to make the Milk Chocolate more silky and linear.
FA Zeppola for body and over-all darkness
WF Glazed Doughnut/Crispy Wafer for the main body.
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.
Mixer’s Club - November 2020 Entry
I’m not going to lie to ya’ll.. I didn’t SFT the chocolates. They were Hail Marys and the Lord has once again worked in my life.
What I am getting is the smoked part of the butterscotch on top, the almost dark chocolate right under and then the bright butterscotch/marshmallow on the bottom.
Imagine a fancy box of chocolates that they would share at a Bilderberg meeting that they would enjoy while planning how to replace us all with robots. Clean, thick chocolate. Dense marshmallow. Smoked butterscotch because powerful people like to hurt themselves with scotch. I got everything that I wanted out of this except for the hardness of those chocolates which, I believe, is impossible.
This is sweet and I was going to leave out the sweetener, but I argued with myself enough and I lost. You’re getting sweetener.
Trying to get a Almond Joy kind of feel even if I don't have an almond concentrate at the moment 🤞🤞
Day 1 steep: Wow!!! Holy hell! Just like thick chocolate and burnt sugar to the point that I thought I was vaping a gritty dank pipe tobacco! Seriously, unless you're after that sort of flavor don't do it LoL! Oof.....
Day 4: So, after trying to power through what was in the RDA from the day 1 steep I realized that the horrible taste i was getting was from left over juice from a previous recipe. I tried a few times over the last couple days and it was still bad at first, but now with all the old liquid gone and a few days steep it's been pretty nice. If you're looking for a nice milk chocolate it's on point right now. I still want to see if that coconut comes out a bit more with subsequent steeping, but like I said it's good now 👍