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The Blueberry Custard to end all blueberry custards. Or is it a Blueberry Cream? Wait, it kind of tastes like a Cheesecake, too! This mix plays tricks with your mind. I've even heard some getting waffle from it. FW Blueberry, TPA Blueberry, and FA Bilberry complete the trinity, along with INW Lemon Mix to really drive that blueberry forward.
INW Custard, INW Yes We Cheesecake, TFA Bavarian Cream, TFA Sweet Cream, TFA Marshmallow and DIYFS Holy Vanilla all combine to give a well rounded creamy as hell custardpiecakewaffle.
A lusciously creamy yogurt Panna Cotta crested with fresh pomegranate rubies.
FA Pomegranate & Bilberry
A perfect interpretation of fresh pomegranate. The slight bitter notes, inherent to the fruit, sets it apart form TPA's sweeter version. The tartness here is well balanced by the sweetness to create an authentic, syrupy pomegranate syrup. The addition of a smidgen of FA Bilberry deepens the dark fruit layer and rounds the pomegranate off beautifully.
The principle character of the Panna Cotta is my new friend, JF Bavarian Cream. At 4.5%, it is an astounding bav cream and mimics a delicate custard with bright, ultra smooth, vanilla notes. The texture and creaminess on the exhale is phenomenal and replicates a traditional Panna Cotta with ease.
The CAP Creamy yogurt adds just a pinch of smooth yoghurt creaminess, whilst imparting the slightest yoghurt note to keep the Panna Cotta interesting.
INW Shisha boosts the authentic vanilla notes of the bav cream, resulting in a wonderfully vanilla forward panna cotta.
Give this baby at least 5 days to rest.
This is my representation of the flavors I envision when I look at this photo. The green tea satisfies both the green headdress as well as the asian vibe. The blueberry and pomegranate flavors make up the purple feeling. I used the tried and true holy trinity discovered by edible malfunction on reddit for the deep blueberry taste and the fa pomegranate is bright and tart and just pulls the flavor up. Add sweetener of your choosing if you so desire.