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Here's a new recipe that I'm working on. Reddit link will have all the notes, as usual.
Not mine, but I noticed it wasn't on ATF and wanted to bring it over here so more people would see it.
As the creator said, "The kiwi and cactus seem to go together real well ." To say the least. This is just tasty, bright and fruity, and I've yet to make it for someone who didn't ask for more.
If the original creator (webchicken) would like me to take this down, please let me know! I'm just sharing it for the love of the flavor.
Green Tea Latte!
I've attempted this profile many times with different teas. That being said, I'm a stubborn son of a bitch. I've always thought it was missing some kind of vaguely green, earthy note. FA Kiwi isn't the best kiwi, but it does help push the green tea more forward. FE Green Tea is the most like matcha to me, a little grassy and earthy. I'm not the biggest fan of Eisai Tea just because it's a little to dry and floral to me, but feel free to add it in here. This recipe is similar to my other attempts before I had FA Milk, I've tried other milks, creams, but there if you want straight up milk you need to get FA Milk. Finally CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream for some froth.
Made for Mixers' Club Feb 2020
Take the best parts of existing recipes to create something new.
Green Bastard (parts) + Panther Blood (parts) + Bert's Soda Base (whole)
I started by simply trying to take half of 2 recipes (the first 2) and make it work but it was too much fruit and nothing else. It needed something more. Green Blood didn't work by itself even after tinkering the harshness of the blackberry and grapes down.
This is where I tried out a few bases for it to settle on top of with the soda taking me by surprise. It's not a berry-sprite as I was expecting given the ingredients.
I hope that this too takes you pleasantly by surprise, as true love often does.
[Btw, my ws23 is 30% in pg]
(FA)Kiwi is (VTA) Kiwi
(Not in ATF database)
This is a fun mix that turned out
i had a craving for something fruity
so i mixed this up by smelling some of the flavors
the star of the show is definitely
mangosteen that paired perfectly with the kiwis