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Here we have a sweet and creamy toffee coffee ice cream. VT toffee ice cream makes up the bulk of the flavor with the FA Italian relax bolstering the notes with its cappuccino qualities. The two interplay in a way that both of their dark flavor qualities evolve and evince a harmonious range of flavor for the palate.
LB is simply the best vanilla ice cream flavor, in my opinion. VBIC is a close second now for me. LB vanilla ice cream creates the velvety, rich ice cream base with TFA vanilla swirl to add more of a vanilla punch along with VT warm custard to impart a slight buttery and eggy note.
VT milkshake base helps drive it all home by giving it a dense milkshake feel. I played with the idea of using a higher percentage but wasn’t sure how the malty notes that come out at a higher percentage would play with the already dark and bold flavors of the coffee and toffee.
Sweeten to taste, but I found .5% super sweet works well. It’s meant to be sweet and sticky. Feel free to add WS23 at .5% if you want the coolness of an ice cream/milkshake as well.
I hope you enjoy!
Who’s Joe? Joe’s a morning guy, but only after he gets his ‘nut. His donut served alongside a cup of cappuccino that is.
This is the first iteration of this recipe. The donut and cappuccino come through rather equally and delight the senses with a donut freshly dipped in a warm cup of cappuccino.
if you like some coffee with your cream well this is it.
Using FW as a main butterscotch note because it’s a heavy, creamy butterscotch. The addition of FLV smoked butterscotch adds the toasted smoked notes. TFA Irish cream is an old trick of mine used in small amounts to boost and deepen the butterscotch notes. I used FA Capuchino for the main sweet slightly creamy coffee notes and boosted it with a little Dark bean in order to push the coffee through the dense butterscotch notes.
I felt it needs some additional undescriptive cream notes without too much of a heavy vanilla and without adding additional heavy cream notes, so I combined cream fresh and Vanilla Ice cream from FA since both those creams are light and milky. TFa toasted marshmallow is in the mix as the sweetener and to add another layer of toasted notes.
Note! To be able to save recipe , i had to choose a different type and vendor for alcohol.
This recipe is originally used with Bolsjehuset Rom. OOO Bourbon Whiskey is not what i use , but might be subbed and maby at a different %
After trying to get a good irish cream with mixed results , i figured i make something new.
To simulate drinking coffee trough cream , i used Cap Vanilla Custard V2 , and TPA Bavarian Cream.
Since the original used brown sugar , my choice was TPA brown sugar(the only one i had).
FA Capouccino at 1.2% leaves the coffee at a softer spot , without hiding the cream and alcohol.
This is my first recipe , so show mercy :)
Also i am still working on it with other creams , so i will update when/if it changes to the better.
Also i airsteep abit because alcohol.
This is a cream coffee moose with a thin layer of cookie crisp bottom and a little bit of chocolate shavings on top and a chocolate cookie bottom. Using Cap vanilla custard FLV pudding I build the moose/pudding type base. FA Cappuccino bring a sweet creamy coffee note and flv coffee adds a slight bitter coffee bean note. I used VTA Coffee milk froth to accent the cream note in the coffee part of the mix. Sugar cookie adds just a touch of a bakery note for the bottom layer of the pudding. I layered in just a little bit of Fa Chocolate glazed doughnut to add cocoa notes and the Cookie Crisp at the bottom in the moose/pudding mix & representing the few chocolate shavings on the top. Finally I added a touch of sour wizard to the mix because I like to add that sour note to chocolate in order to make it pop. The sour Wizard is optional but it lends for a good accent to this mix and sour Wizard can be used at a higher % optionally to 0.50% and the sour note can be subbed with LA Tart and Sour if you don’t have FA sour Wizard. Tart and Sour has a different component as far as sour notes go but at this % it’s there as an enhancer rather than as a flavor note.
I recommend 5 day steep but it’s pretty good with an overnight sit.
This is my adaptation of Smooth Morning Kick (by Lars on ELR). I use FA Cappuccino instead of the Tiramisu and add TPA Meringue to give a little more sweet creaminess to the mix. This needs a good 7 days steep to really blend the flavors but it's one of the best coffee juices I've had. Fantastic in the morning but great as an ADV as well.