By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 238 recipes at an average of 0.98%.
This is a Graham Cracker Cereal and Milk.
For the cereal/graham layer i went with a combination of FW graham cracker at 2% for a nice amount of body from the cracker and backed it up with CAP graham cracker for a little bit of the cinnamon cracker note and just to round out the "graham". With CAP Cereal 27 to bend it towards a cereal and some FLV toffee to add some nuance at .5% really helps the graham cracker out.
I used a layer for the milk as suggested to me by Jennifer Winstead and since i trust her x1000 i used her suggestions for a good "cereal milk" and added my graham cereal layer to it.
Boba Thai Chai Tea
This is Thai Chai Tea, which I love, but with a twist of Boba added, which in this case is caramelized tapioca balls.
FLV Thai Chai a flavoring that is perfect for making that Thai Chai Tea you get at the coffee shop. It has a nice amount of Black Tea flavor in it, but if you want more, feel free to some FLV Black Tea in a small %. FLV Cream is added to the tea to harmonize flavors, add some creaminess, and add a bit of sweetness.
The fun part was creating the Boba, which is basically the starch from tapioca, and I needed them to feel chewy, creamy, and caramelized. So to start, I use FLV Starch Base for the starch aspect of the tapioca. Then adding FLV Vanilla Pudding helped with the creamy aspect, and to finish off, I use FLV Toffee. The Toffee is what was perfect to break through the Thai Chai, and really bring that Boba feel to the what it needed to be.
Tested on Hadeon RDA .37ohm 50 Watts
Absolutely yummy. A cracker jack sundae.
Star of the show is WF SC Caramel Popcorn and Peanuts, the peanuts in this is amazing. The popcorn needs a little boost. As well as the caramel.
This being a sundae, i have a ice cream base of LB Icecream with HS French Vanilla Ice Cream. This is one of my favorite icecream combinations. The ice cream is layered with caramel, butterscotch, toffee, and cracker jacks And topped with whipped cream
Sweeten to your liking.
updated 12/28/2019: Suggested steep, at least 7 days 14 is better. :)
A thick & creamy milkshake blended with sticky toffee and crushed cookies.
The milkske base comes with the compliment of @Freshepies and is, by miles, the best milkshake base known to man and alien alike. It is a thick and creamy vanilla milkskake and ticks all the boxes in the most realistic and indulgent milkshake department. Period.
FLV Toffee is what it says on the label = thick, sweet and sticky toffee. Used low, it works well and devoid of the fruity and funky off notes some pick up. It needs at least a week or so to fully shine, so be patient, it will just get better and better.
Salted Carmel boosts the Toffee just a tad by adding a buttery and rich caramel element which rounds the toffee off beautifully.
JF Cookie is my go to fresh, cookie flavour and sits beautifully in this milkshake. A tad of texture and caramel sweetness, inhered to JF cookie, compliments the toffee layer stunningly.
Let this baby develop for at least 7 days - 2 weeks best.
Created for the Flavor Pro Year of Mixing week #7. This is a caramel and white chocolate candy with a tiny hint of nougat in there to help add a fluffy filling. If you do not have the FA-Torrone you could omit it but it does interesting things to this mix. Admittedly I have trouble tasting white chocolate and vanilla profiles for any length of time, so this was difficult for me to adjust. This was as close as I could get to what I was trying to create. The white chocolates and caramel come together and accent each other nicely. The FLV-Smooth Vanilla helps to bring in some of that cocoa butter taste that the white chocolates were missing.