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(FA) Custard


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Trying to clone treat factory lemon glaze. 2nd attempt

While my first attempt was tasty, it was off.

CAP juicy lemon: 90% sure this is the right lemon

TFA Meringue : This is what makes up the "glaze" I think this concentrate most closely resembles that glaze flavor I get in the original.

TFA Marshmallow: Helps that glaze flavor. Sugary sweetness

FA Custard: I don't know if there's any kind of custard element to this juice. But this helps add body and helps bring out that slight vanilla flavor to the glaze

CAP Super sweet: I've got this at 2% which is really high, but the commercial juice is SWEET.

If the idea of lemon sugar goo sounds appealing to you give this a try.

Off the shake this attempt seems closer to the original. Gonna let it steep and test along the way.

WF Peach pie and cream is supported by the peachy nectarine flavor of MB nectar peach.
The FA apple provides a light crust, the FLV apple filling and FA custard for some added moisture.
The Princess cake for a touch of fluffiness and rounded off with some vanilla cream.

Just a note...at lower temperatures, the lemon will be stronger and the berries will be weaker. If you usually vape at low temperature, you may want to cut the lemon in this recipe. Also in general the lemon will start stronger and mellow out the longer the juice steeps.

I published a recipe a while ago called Lemonberry Cheesecake. It was inspired (but not cloned) from a commercial juice of the same name. I never really thought the base was perfect, though.

I recently tried Simply Cheesecake and like it a lot. I think it comes together a lot better than many other cheesecakes I've tried. So I added the lemon and berries from my other recipe to it. I think the end result is pretty good. The lemon really serves to highlight the berries.

I debated whether to use just the Forrest mix or to mix TPA Berry Mix together with it. If you prefer you could probably leave out the TPA Berry Mix and double the Forrest Mix.

This is vapable after a few days but the cheesecake takes a bit of a steep to get its full depth.

I'm so glad I participated in this weeks mix because this mix is so delicious! Really enjoying this one

The crispy outer shell layer used CAP Cereal 27, WF Deep fried pastry dough and WF Glazed donut

I feel the Cereal 27 contributes nicely to the crispy outer shell of the pastry with the deep fried pastry dough and glazed donut for the inside portion

The cream base used here is the new FA vanilla ice cream with CAP Vanilla whipped cream for mouth feel. My original thought was to use LB VBIC, but I use that so often, I wanted to try FA in a mix.

I used FE Lemon with FA Custard to make that lemon pop a bit
The first version of this, I used FA Lemon sicily, but it did not come thru the way FE Lemon did. Also, I know the FE Lemon will not fade the way Lemon sicily will after a good steep.

CAP Super sweet is optional but I feel it contributes to the recipe

I created this after mixing 3 versions of a straight up Cream puff. Although I was pretty happy with one of the 3, I feel the profile was a bit basic and needed a little something more for it to be something I would vape a lot of. That is where the lemon comes in.

I made a couple of tweaks to my last iteration of this recipe, and this new version is much better. First, I lowered the CAP Juicy Lemon and raised the INW Lemon. INW Lemon is really my favorite straight lemon flavor, but the INW Juicy Lemon adds some juiciness. Next, I dropped TPA Berry Mix in favor of INW Raspberry. I was just recently smelled INW Raspberry and I really wanting to use it in a recipe. I think it works really well alongside the Forest Fruit. The last change I made was to add some TPA Sweet Cream on the suggestion of a redditor. which added some sweetness to the cheesecake base.

Overall I think the lemon pairs up with the sweet berries very well, adding a nice tartness, while the cheesecake is more distinct than the last iteration. I'm really enjoying it after a 7 day steep.

Just a note...at lower temperatures, the lemon will be stronger and the berries will be weaker. If you usually vape at low temperature, you may want to cut the lemon in this recipe. Also in general the lemon will start stronger and mellow out the longer the juice steeps.

I published a recipe a while ago called Lemonberry Cheesecake. It was inspired (but not cloned) from a commercial juice of the same name. I never really thought the base was perfect, though.

I recently tried Simply Cheesecake and like it a lot. I think it comes together a lot better than many other cheesecakes I've tried. So I added the lemon and berries from my other recipe to it. I think the end result is pretty good. The lemon really serves to highlight the berries.

I debated whether to use just the Forrest mix or to mix TPA Berry Mix together with it. If you prefer you could probably leave out the TPA Berry Mix and double the Forrest Mix.

This is vapable after a few days but the cheesecake takes a bit of a steep to get its full depth.

Bright raspberries, blended inside a fruity sweet and sour cream.

Playful lemon custard/curd on top of a thin cookie layer, very flavorful with great mouth feel.

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Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
 
Brief Description:
This tastes so close to the homemade blueberry cheesecake ice cream I made the other month. Only difference is that ice cream had alcohol in it! This is definitely creamy and tastes like cheesecake ice cream with a ribbon of thick blueberry sauce and fresh blueberries mixed in. Delicious!
 
Steep Time:
At S&V you mostly get blueberries with some cream. It will require a steep to allow all the cream based flavors to homogenize and really come out and shine, while also converting the blueberries to a more subdued compote/thick sauce style.
 
Bilberry (FA) 0.45% / Blueberry extra (TFA/TPA) 1% / Forest Fruit Mix (FA) 1.75%:
This combo makes a great blueberry sauce. The Forest Fruit is not quite a blueberry but it does have blueberries in it. Its fresh and ripe without being overly tart. The Bilberry adds that slightly tart element while also bending it more towards the blueberry realm instead of the "berries" category. The Blueberry Extra converts the blend into the more syrupy, thick and sweet sauce I am looking for.
 
Custard (FA) 0.75% / Vanilla Ice Cream (LB) 3%:
FA Custard has a citrus note to it which pairs nicely with the sweetness of the blueberries. It also does a great job of backing up the LB Vanilla Ice Cream which can mute flavors in higher %'s. Plus custard is a very common base for actual ice cream. I chose LB Vanilla Ice Cream because its a great ice cream and it doesn't give anyone the pepper taste.

 
New York Cheesecake (CAP) 2% / Cream Milky Undertone (OOO) 2.5% / Vanilla Whipped Cream (CAP) 2.5%:
This is the cheesecake base. CAP New York Cheesecake is a fairly authentic cheesecake after a good steep. I have the OOO Cream Milky Undertone in here to really help make the mouthfeel creamy like this ice cream should be. The CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream is great for mouth feel as well, however I am also using it to bump up the vanilla note a little.

This is surprisingly delicious after a day, however it really does need to steep for all the creams to come out. I am tucking this away for a few weeks and will update with the final flavor description when its ready :)

Cannoli shell with a smooth and creamy filling. The little bit of chocolate really shines and brings everything together.

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