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My dream lover, I see your face every night and it haunts me. Waking up in the middle of our garden, I gaze up at the full moon wondering how long you'll make me wait until you come. My heart longs to hold you in my arms. The sweet fragrant scents surround me as I close my eyes and imagine breathing you in. How long will you make me wait? Until your return I will drown my sorrows in flavors that keep your memory alive.
FUCK A FLAVOR BAN!!
Simple 3-2-1 kiwi berry gummy bear recipe ... First time really doing a 3-2-1 recipe that I made.
Sweetener & Coolness to liking (Used- 1 drop Cap Super Sweet/15 ml)
This one needs a 3 day steep for everything to come together
CAP-27 Bears - Used @ borderline primary/accent % (Pineapple Heavy Gummy Bears)
FA-Kiwi- Used @ Accent % (Slightly Candied Kiwi)
FA-Forrest Fruit- Used @ Accent % (Mixed Berries-this ones is harsh to me that is why I suggest steeping this)
all in all for one of my first attempts to make a coherent 3-2-1 recipe I feel like this one is a keeper for me
Suggestions always welcome =]
A most excellent sweet, yet tart wild berry candy mix. Forest Mix provides the backbone of the fruit profile.
Bumbleberry layers even more tasty mixed fruits into the mix, along with its wanted candy notes.
Raspberry Sweet is used as another artificial fruit in the recipe.
Sour Ball Candy is such a great additive and lives up to its name. One of favorite newer flavors to play around with.
I added a tiny bit of WS-23 as an afterthought, and I personally like it in there. Feel free to leave it out, though.
I chose WF Princess Cake as the main note here because it has a delightful fruity cake note and used a touch of FA Forest Fruit to deepen the berry note. Norwegian Ring Cake is used to supplement the cake note and give it a darker richer crust. Cap Vanilla Cupcake and Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream is used for the frosting of the cake.
An uber creamy panna cotta drenched in a vibrant forrest fruit coulis.
This is a delectable Panna cotta, with added zing, demonstrating the simplicity of creating an simple, yet complex tasting juice using 3 or 4 quality ingredients. The yoghurt isn’t entirely necessary but it adds an additional layer of complexity to take the base from good to magnificent...
MB Panna Cotta is described as a “Creamy and soft panna cotta dessert with soft cream and hint of raspberry and a touch of vanilla” which perfectly surmises this gem. I picked up an unexpected nutty/malty note which keeps this from being flat but may take some by surprise. Although the malty note is not unpleasant, it may not fit into delicate recipes where a true, plain panna cotta is the desired profile. In this recipe however, it adds depth and marries beautifully with the dark & earthy berry layer.
I added a smidgen of FW Yoghurt to cut through the creaminess and add a bit of ‘zing’ to the Panna cotta base. This can be omitted if you prefer a fuller, creamier vape but I believe the two compliments one another perfectly.
The fruit layer is not a new revelation, but this combo just works so stunningly, that it was the obvious choice as the crowning jewel to adorn our lionheart.
The hint of raspberry in the panna cotta is just enough to compliment the fruit combo and sits nicely in the background.
WS23 optional at 0.25% to emulate a cold version, and works a treat here.
The cream needs at least 7 days to find its happy place. 2 weeks is better...
Recipe development video here: https://youtu.be/VmDya_URceM
Profile: Hops with a berry fusion and a little sweet prickly touch
We wanted to make a flavor with Yakima Hops and some berries.
After much dicking around trying to figure out what we all got in common, it took us on a wild ride through flavors that would maybe or maybe not fit with Yakima Hops.
I don't really wanna go though all the suggestions we had, but we had quite a few.
No sweetener is needed for this mix, but if this isn't sweet enough for you, may we suggest FW Sweetener.
Add your choice of coolant if you like.
A delicious blend of mixed berries. Slightly sweet, refreshing, yummy. Hard to pick out individual berries, but if I had to try, I'd say blackcurrant, blackberry, blueberry, maybe a hint of raspberry. I don't notice any medicinal or off flavors with it. It's not very tart, like you might expect from a mixed berry blend. You can really go a lot of different directions with this one. I have been wanting to do a fruit tart and I think this flavoring would play a very important role in that.