By: Flavorah (FLV)
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I built this recipe with layers from Mixin Vixen's Berry Custard Episode #88
Cranberry Cobbler, Wild Berry Cobbler and Sweet Currant
ML Nikon mixed the Cranberry, Wild Berry and Currant in her Berry Cobbler Custard and that got me thinking about making this into a rich holiday tart wrapped around a Cheesecake. I mixed this as a V1 without the currant and it was a bit tart... but I think it could be a tad heavy in this version and will likely drop it to 1% on the v3 mix. I have also been playing with a touch of FLV White Chocolate in my cheesecakes and think this recipe could benefit from a touch of that as a binding agent to smooth out the berry and accent the cheesecake.
Along with the cobblers makes the bakery/crust note in this and is spot on to how I wanted it to feel on the mouth and the richness of that crumb topping and bits of soft gooey cobbler funk that I love so much.
Pudding, Ice Cream, Cheesecake - WOW... this was a winner and works really well to soften the berry and add that thick mouth feel and rich creamy after note. The LB imparts some butter and almost a thick rich cream to add to the cheesecake.
Here is a simple profile recipe that makes for a mild, smooth, and enjoyable vape. There is only slight layering in this mix as I get creamy soft vanilla and nutmeg notes at the initial exhale with apple filling and caramel notes following at the end. The recipe does not need much explanation other than the Apple Cider adds a little brightness to the Apple Filling, and the Milk & Honey brings in a little sweetness.
This is my ode to Bryson and Flavorah. Without any prompting on my part Bryson reached out and offered up 15 sample flavorings only noting that I was active and engaged in the community (not because I'm some kind of prolific mixing wizard - thank goodness - LOL)
A cranberry custard for the Mixin Vixens!
Sweeten to taste. Raspberry helps build up the body of the cranberry. Bicuit builds the body of the cobbler note. Coconut for texture and to enhance the coconut in the biscuit. Using the richer version of my quick custard to contrast the sweet tart of the cobbler/raspberry combination.