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RUG_ly's RandoMixing Ep. 002: Bulletproof Coffee: What could possibly go wrong?
Making recipes from randomly selected ingredients.
watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWkrBdrcJZI&t=36s
5/12/2020 edit: I added FLV Rich Cinnamon 1 drop per 30mls and this recipe just got a whole lot better
FW Palines n Cream is has always been a flavor I really enjoy vaping. This recipe is tasty AF to me. A lilttle bit of texture from the Cereal 27 and bit of that ripe cheese from TPA CGC lends itself nice. FLV Cream for body and the rest add to milk things up even more and the end resulst reminds me of when the ice cream has melted and the spoon is no longer effective, and no one is watching..... So you decide to tip the bowl and drink it straight from the source. I enjoy this best after 5 days, but it's good to go and easily vaped after the shake.
The correct amount of FLV Rich Cinnamon should be 1 drop per 30mls
My 1st ground up mix. Started with craving it and had fig so flavor research led me to VT red dates. Love that deep rich baked fruit vibe I get from it. Combine with FLV fig it shines through the oatmeal cookie. Didnt really think about coconut until I found some photos and recipes online. Wanted to focus on 3 flavors to combine for this juice. The coconut started with sweet coconut because thats my goto in bakeries, the FA coco helps it blend with the golden syrup. Love the flavor the golden syrup has with the red dates and bridges it with the cookie. I used caramel original instead of brown sugar because I believe its smoother with the golden syrup instead of 2 flavors it combines into one. Praying that someone mixes this up and gives me some feedback. I was astonished how well this turned out. Really well balanced, I probably did 3 versions and still playing but its freaking good and will share it at this point. Believe I got lucky having and mixing these flavors as they play really well together. Ive been mixing other people creations for around 2 years and a ton of online research and talking with other mixers. Just never thought my 1st official juice would turn out this well. I like a week long steep to meld esp with those dates and fig.
Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a blue "milk".
What fun would it be if we made a straight forward blueberry cream? It has to be more than that. So I chose to go for a less common fruit (the pun didn't hurt). But then I was stuck, do I really want to just have a milk or cream base under this gooey boysenberry? Absolutely not. So while staying in the spirit of milk I choose to do a horchata.
The recipe is pretty straightforward,
FLV boysenberry is delicious and pairing it with PUR boysenberry preserves helps push it a little sweeter, and give it a little more if the syrupy feel I wanted.
The horchata is a balancing act
FLV horchata bring a nice layer of both the cinnamon and rice flavors, but I felt that reinforcing it a bit with the rich cinnamon to stand up to the boysenberries and the rice base to help mitigate fading was prudent. TFA's Bavarian cream was chosen for the relatively neutral vanilla and just a little bit of DAAP-y creaminess.
Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes
"Leave the Peach Cobbler in the kitchen alone," mother would say, going upstairs.
But i couldn't help myself. I sneaked in and watched him. Watched him make his stupid little peach shoes, taunting...
"Nobody's going to wear those, " I'd say. "They're stupid. "
But on he worked.
This is a V2 recipe. I dropped the ice creams to focus on the dessert, and changed CAP sweet mango 2% to JF Honey Peach at 2%. (V1 is on ELR as well as Deux.)
Wf peach pie n cream plays the biggest role here at 7%. Back that up for depth with the JF and the FLV apple filling at 1.6% to really push that sticky pie filling, and add some spice.
I really love the mix of FLV granola and rich cinnamon at .4% and .2%, respectively, but i know some find .2 rich cinnamon strong so i tuned it back and .15% is just fine with the apple filling in there as well.
Wf bavarian cream for a nice deep vanilla note to round things off.
I'd give this at least a week, mostly for apple filling to do its work.
This is it guys, the bakery cinnamon. Look no further. Use it like you would cinnamon in the culinary world.
It is a tad steep at $12.50/15ml, but it is well worth it. Not only is it the best bakery cinnamon available, it is super concentrated; you won't be using this one any higher than 0.5%. I've found this to add the perfect accent to a bakery as low as 0.15%, and makes for a great flavorful cinnamon kick at 0.3%. What I find particularly awesome about this flavoring its range. Keep in mind though, if you want to bring it way up for a spicy, red-hot cinnamon, you may want a different cinnamon since this one gets pretty dry for me over 0.75%, but the dryness does calm down after some steep time.
It is kind of hard to work with as is, so making a dilution of this one (10% FLV Rich Cinnamon:90% PG) may make it easier to handle.