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CRISPY WAFER = LEMON CREAM WAFER CHM
LCW & LMP take centre stage with creamy lemon goodness - great sweet creams to add to the milkshake aswel as bakery notes to linger in the background then extra lemon from FA just to give that little boost.
The milkshake from MB is the main cream note everything else builds on for this recipe and at 3% it can be moulded a little to how you see fit providing you still want those malty notes. Tried this with a few of my other favourite creams and was abit too thick for the kind of shake i wanted so using cream fresh and upped the milk slightly to get that nice fresh milky shake. The vanilla bean is subtle and though present it sits in the back amongst the bakery notes.
so alot of flavours here to make this juice.
The bake well is made up by rf cherry pie - its creamy and sweet with a light cherry note, finding this abit of a staple in bakery/ cream cherry recipies - seems to pull cherries together at lower %'s. This is built up with inw cherry and fa black cherry both good cherries and at these % dont carry medicinal notes or atleast it fades after a steep if your sensative to it.
Marzipan, almond & torrone make the base to the tart as such with cake batter giving it some body then in come the creams.
The creams are what turn this bakewell into a cherry bakewell milkshake with slight malt tones but mainly a sweet fresh shake.
This is a Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, Apple smoothie, with light notes of milk, banana, and ice.
You Voted, and We Mixed a Tiramisu! This recipe has been a much sought after profile for many years. Up to now, it has been a bit difficult to create this luscious dessert. But with so many new "coffee" flavorings it is now possible thanks to FLV, WF, and VT. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/UBf1ANIZByY .
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It's getting hot out there. On day 13 of work straight. Bubba needs something to wet the whistle, and I need a vacation. Let's meet in the middle and make something nice and tropical to take our minds away from the chaos and to sunny shores. Very pineappley recipe
VT - Sugarloaf : If you haven't made yourself aquainted with this flavoring, you're missing out on something big. This pineapple is outta this world. Shame the Aussies are getting fucked over right now with vaping, because God damn they make some da'gum good flavors. At 2.5% this will make it the star of the show as VT flavors are quite potent and INW pineapple will back it up plenty
INW Pineapple - I love this flavor. I bounce back to it time and time again whenever I need a reliable pineapple for a fruit mix.
FLV - Cream : Been favoring this cream a bit lately as it carries a nice dairy note to it which really gives it an authentic cream feel. Brings up the middle body of the flavor quite a bit and takes some bite off the pineapple and hides any offnotes
My simple take on a boysenberry cream pie. This is made for the Developed Pie Challenge
I start by using possibly one of the best boysenberries out there,
FLV Boysenberry, next I use JF Boysenberry to add a slight bit of stickyness to the pie filling.
FA Apple Pie is used on the lower end here as it provides a good pie crust base while CAP SC softens up the crust to give it a delicate mouthfeel.
Now onto the creams! CAP Sweet Cream is just fantastic all around and helps provide the sweet almost whipped like cream base to a pie. I added a little FA Fresh Cream here to help boost the cream profile and also thicken the cream base.
CAP SS is optional but I think it really helps provide a more authentic pie. I use it at 0.25% here as I don't want to mute out the flavors and oversweeten it, just enough to provide the every so sticky sweet taste a gooey pie has
SUBS: If you want a slightly more baked crust, replace CAP Sugar Cookie with FW Pie Crust at 0.75%