By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 429 recipes at an average of 0.855%.
My entry for DIY Downunder "Flavorah Mixing With 2020 Vision Challenge"
So I went all in on this one. I really wanted to push my self this time, and the was to make something delicious with flv Brie cheese.
I searched the internet for desserts with Brie cheese, and I fell over this video with a lady making a puff pastry baked Brie with pear that’s looked very tasty.
So I went with it.
BRIE CHEESE: so I wanted the Brie to be notable but still vapable, and 0.7% may seem high for most people and it is a pretty scary flavoring, but it also got something to it that really isn’t that scary when paired with the right ingredients. At 0.7% it’s there. You can definitely taste it. It brings a touch of that musk that it has, but also I nice velvety mouthfeel.
WF CROISSANT, ACETYL PYRAZINE: This is my puff pastry. Croissant is the perfect base for this part , and backed up with some AP for some texture.
PEAR, APPLE FILLING: This is the pear filling that lays on top of the Brie cheese just before you wrap it I puff pastry. The pear is a perfect ripe pear, and the apple filling adds some cinnamon spice, adds a cooked feel to the pear and provides some texture to the pear 🍐.
VANILLA PUDDING, VANILLA BEAN: the pudding i used to add a slight creamy feel, and the vanilla bean to enhance the vanilla flavor in the vanilla pudding. Adding vanilla, tricks our mind to think, that what we are vaping something sweeter than it really is, and are making the Brie cheese taste, become a dessert type flavor that we can enjoy.
SWEETNESS: Where absolutely necessary to make it enjoyable. Cause even though the vanilla is there, the vanilla also needs some actual sugar to make this work.
That’s it. Give this baby a 5 day steep, and lean back and enjoy a PUFF PASTRY BAKED BRIE AND PEAR
This took me awhile to develop because I tried to find the balance between the coffee flavour in a fluffy cake. This is my adaptation for coffee cake I hope you enjoy it also shoutout to my dude @VG_Bonhoeffer for the help he provided
So the name would lead you to believe that this one gives you bad breath...to the contrary it is my way of continuing to release recipes that do not have child inviting names..i mean how many children even know what Halitosis is right? Plus i thought it was funny...Let me know what you all think...THANKS. Here is a link to my video mixing and discussing this recipe.
so RY4 caramel vanilla Tobacco
FLV CREAM AND VANILLA BEAN - Provide the creaminess and the vanilla note
FLV SMOKED BUTTERSCOTCH - useed here to support the caramel and add some more depth to the mix
FLV CARAMEL - used low this one is a smooth caramel if you push this one higher it becomes a kind of homemade caramel that didnt cook long enough..it gets brown sugar grainy notes for me.
FLV RED BURLEY - Well well I love this flavor its tobacco and i get a bit of coco notes as well
While the percentages here seem low because its all Flavorah it IS a FULL FLAVORED Vape after the steep.
I put 10 day steep however i shake and vape it and it changes to something even better around 14 days.
Sweet bourbon cream with
notes of spicy vanilla and toffee.
“Inspired by a Native American name for a white snowshoe rabbit,” Nooku is a new bourbon cream made with only two ingredients — bourbon and real cream.
"Look for a pale cream color and a heavy, milk-like consistency in Nooku's original Bourbon Cream. There's a familiar dairy aroma with light-eggy, rich, and spicy vanilla notes. On the palate, the milkiness of the liqueur prevails, but the more you sip, the easier it is to locate the whiskey flavor and hints of toffee. It has a nice texture, though it does go on the side of creamy with only a slight touch of whiskey heat".
TPA Kentucky Bourbon and TPA VBIC are well known friends, but i didnt want too much ice cream flavour so 2% is enough to add light-egg and vanillla.
The addition on FLV cream turns this to a velvety milky cream, that coats your palate.
VTA Toffe ice Cream adds creamy and buttery toffee notes, while FLV Vanilla bean reinforces the vanilla notes turning them deeper and spicier.
MIX & STEEP :
60/40 is best so it does not get too thick.
Yo can SnV but after 3-5 days it's where it starts to be what is supposed to.. so leave it as much as you need from there it only will get better (+15 days is best)