By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 3069 recipes at an average of 0.632%.
Made for the Saturday Fresh 03 show - simple tasty mixes
Off the shake this has a thick creamy milky caramel (from dulce de leche) note on the inhale that transitions to a full creamy vanilla cheesecake with a light toasted coconut note on the exhale. Nice off the shake better at 3 - 5 day s
I prefer JF dulce de leche to TPA is just a fuller creamier profile but TPA can be also be used at the same %
If you do not want a predominant coconut note you can sub TPA cheesecake (graham cracker) for the PUR toasted coconut cheese cake as TPA cheese cake has a light coconut note to it as well.
if you do not have OOO vanilla custard cheesecake you can sub INW yes we can cheesecake they both have a very creamy body with a light vanilla note to it.
This will need a 3 - 5 day steep for the cheesecake to really come forward .
I love coconut sticky rice and really wanted to see how close I could come to it . On the inhale you get the lemon/lime and some of the paw paw notes that transitions to the coconut and rice.
The rice is a mix of sweet rice which is a sweet slightly creamy note and the rice base which helps to support with some texture and rice aroma
I love sweet coconut by flv it adds body and creaminess to the mix but I wanted that coconut to really pop so FA coconut works or even a little TPA coconut candy could help if you want more sweetness.
paw paw is a great fruit it has mango and cantaloupe notes with a creamy almost banana body
the lemongrass and lime add some brightness and top notes that works in this mix . lemongrass is a pretty potent and has a light floral note to it that can be noticed in back end but works in this mix for me
The vanilla cream just help fill in the body and blend this mix and adds a brighter vanilla note
I wanted more sweetness in this, so I added sweetness - but sweeten to your taste
This ice cream is inspired by Vietnamese style iced coffee, which is typically very strong coffee served over ice with sweetened condensed milk. Vietnamese Coffee is just slightly lighter then French roast , smooth and not acidic.
On inhale you get a light vanilla note that transitions to the coffee/ cinnamon and ends with touch of cardamon. it needs a week for the creams to really fill out and become a nice rich and creamy ice cream
Tested on a Reload RDA tested at 68 watts on a .16 alien coil
Made on Freshes show on coffees https://youtu.be/ZqN1wzWIFbw
This ice cream is a custard styled ice cream - so @Freshepies quick custard base ( LB ice cream and FLV pudding) works ideally here.
The only condensed milk I have had any luck with is PUR - it just really works and worth picking up and helps fill in the middle of this mix
For the Coffee I wanted a darker roast that would hold up to all the creams and WF brazillian can do that - the Coffee liquor leans more to a coffee sryup and blends into the ice cream base. (Off the shake the coffee will be light but WF brazillian coffee tends to grow - so wait a week before you decided to tweak this mix to you preference)
Cardamon is used more in the middle east with coffee but a couple of recipes for Vietnamese coffee ice cream I saw on line included it, so decided to add it and I really like some of the contrast it providers to the darker coffee notes
OPTION: ADD WS 23 and sweetner to your taste - I wanted a touch more sweetener, as this leaned a bit on the savory side without it to me . I like a a little bit of cinnamon in my coffee - but not every one does so add the cinnamon brown sugar if it is your thing
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Lychee fanatics rejoice!
A very soft, smooth well rounded lychee focused blend with soft gummy mouth feel. Not too sweet, not too floral, absolutely balanced, fresh and different. The best Lychees come from Fujian, and this is the best Lychee I’ve ever tasted.
Nicotine River’s pacific cooler provides a hint of coconut, pineapple and is reminiscent of the blue ocean water flavor if you’re familiar with that. I think you can still buy them at sonic.
Capellas sweet lychee fills out the middle of the recipe and provides some sweetness.
Ws-23 gives it a cool exhale without muting the delicate blend of flavors.
I chose Flavorah sweetness because I’m really trying to avoid sucralose. You could sub with .5 super sweet but try sweetness. It’s good.
Nicotine River’s blue raspberry taffy helps the blue concept of the mix, and provides some tangy, almost chewy mouthfeel.
Flavorah’s lychee helps the sweet lychee stand out by filling out the top notes of the profile.
I hope you enjoy it!
I like water Malone, but i wanted to see if I could improve upon it. Flavorah is great, but I’ve never made a successful full FLV recipe and they happen to have some flavors that really pop in the fruit line.
Wayne already showcases this in his water Malone recipe with wild melon and watermelon, I added cantaloupe and green apple. I add ws-32 to my water Malone at around 1%, to keep it FLV I went with cool menthol, possibly the strongest menthol on the market. It’s useful because it doesn’t mute, and you really only need a drop or two per 30-60ml. Feel free to skip the menthol or sub your own.
Personally, I think it’s great. Try it?