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A floral, peach green tea.
FLV Eisai Tea has trumped FE Green Tea as the ultimate Green Tea flavor, thanks to notes from /u/ID10-T on his Green Tea Kitkat 2019 recipe. It's vibrant and sparkly and doesn't carry a perfumey aftertaste and throat sting that FE Green Tea seemed to. I actually tried using FW Green Tea when I was just starting out, and god that stuff is vile.
FLV Peach and FLV Peach Gummy form the top note, thanks to some recipe help from /u/stuckinrussia.
CAP Hibiscus was a tremendous improvement over FW Hibiscus. I could barely use more than 2 drops before the entire thing became engulfed in it. CAP Hibiscus comes through without harm and is just awesome.
I wanted to compliment the darker, bitter floral that Hibiscus was with something bright and sweet, so I went with FA Lavender. After trying it out for the first time, I'm in love. There's so any different applications that I want to put it to, so this is just the beginning.
With the florals and the tea and the unavoidable dryness of peach, I had to juice this up as best as I could without diminishing the profile. So, I threw in some FA Fuji, as is tradition, and a little bit of INW Raspberry. To soften them up without becoming too noticeable brings in TFA Dragonfruit. It all just settles as this interesting fruit mesh below the dominant Peach.
As delicious as it all was, I felt it needed just a tinge of sweetener, so in comes FW Sweetener.
The WS-23 throws off nothing, so a significant improvement over TFA Koolada, and for my first experience with WS-23, it is amazing. Fluffy icyness throughout. 0.5% was a tad too much, so I dialed it down to 0.25% and it's perfect for me.
Feel free to adjust koolant and sweetener to taste.
This is a Peach Marshmallow dessert. The actual desert is made with gelatin to make the peaches a bit more gelatinous. What better concentrate to build the peach layer with than FLV Peach Gummy
To add to this layer, I use FLV Peach and FLV Nectarine.
Then FLV Cream is used to combine the fruits together. And of course FLV Marshmallow for the yummy marshmallow.
FLV Graham Cracker is used for the crust.
Now this turned into something completely different than what you would expect from these 4 ingredients. I was watching mixing vixens on you tube and they were doing all flavorah recipes and i happen to love making all flavorah recipes. SO i set out to use some flavors i either hadnt used ever like flv apricot and flavors i dont use very often. I was aiming for a sour peach gummy and what i got was more of a realistic juicy peach!! I mean it may have a slightly artificial taste but for me its more of a juicy peach in a sugary syrup absolutely delicious if you ask me. I haven't done it yet but i feel like this delicious peach would work great in a peach ice cream or frozen yogurt or just plain yogurt or peaches and cream. I am sharing this because i dislike almost every peach other than a select few but i cant seem to put this peach down. It is a dripping juicy peach with a sugary sweetness. Sweeten to taste with your preferred sweetener or dont sweeten at all your call. Enjoy!!
Its a dam good peach!!!!
This was a surprisingly good combo. This mix is on the realistic side and not on the candy side so if you want candy this is not it. I’ve mixed mango pineapple and peach with good success in the past so that was not the surprise. The surprise was the addition on VTA Green Mango adding to the authenticity of the blend. By itself green Mango is a bit floral and a cross between the peel of the mango and the pit, but as a mango enhancer it worked magic. The cantaloupe is in this mix as a backdrop base, that helps emulsify all the stronger fruits and adds a mouth watering aspect. This recipe needs a few day steep at the very least (around 3 days), but I would recommend at least 2 weeks to allow all the strong notes in these fruits to blend. This mix is very flavorful, has a full body mouthfeel and it's sweet even without sweetener. If you don’t like cooling agents this mix worked well without it. I added WS-23 at a low % for a light freshness. If you prefer a creamy take I do think TFA Vanilla Swirl at around 2% would fit in well.