Used in 1857 recipes at an average of 0.786%.
Thick, rich, potent blueberry from a strawberry base. The berry flavor is well supported by the vegetal notes provided by ripe, the mouth feel is dense and almost chewy. I mix mine at 65/35 Cos squonk lyfe.
A sweet candy profile is brought in with sweet strawberry. Cap whipped marshmallow is a great compliment to tfa sweet cream. It’s fantastic right off the shake and doesn’t fade. It changes some, but it only smooths it out.
I'd like to thank u/Foment_Life and u/EdibleMalfunction for the advice that got me started on this profile.
I'm a fan of INW Pitaya and wanted to make a light cream based on it.
At 1.7%, it's enough to be a top note, without being too overwhelming.
FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry are nice side notes that pair well with the pitaya and provide more body to the mix.
FLV Cream, TPA Bavarian Cream and TPA Vanilla Swirl make up a light cream base with hints of vanilla, that doesn't overwhelm the fruits.
Needs at least a week of steeping for the creams to come through.
Any input is much appreciated.
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.