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This is our version of a Chocolate Mint Macaron. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/T0YJNjZGvfM .
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STEEP: 3 - 7 Days
An impression of an Almond Joy. Trying to figure out how to effectively clone it, and this is the first step / iteration.
The classic Brazilian Guava Mousse recipe.
It's different than a bonafide french mousse, but it's certainly delicious.
I use FW Yogurt and CAP Italian Lemon Sicily to bring the smooth tartness that this recipe needs.
CAP Sweet Cream + FA Meringue + Creamy Yogurt are the creamy notes. You can replace CAP Sweet Cream for 1.5% of CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream for a sweeter vape.
FA Marshmallow brings more texture to the mix, making the vapor chewy.
After giving it a good shake, sit it in a warm bath for 30 minutes and it's good to go.
I wanted a slight spearmint note with a sweetened heavy cream. This is my attempt at it, and really my first attempt at making my own recipe period. I really dig this. It is great right off the shake, in fact, I almost prefer it right off the shake as you get a little bit more of the New York Cheesecake. Delicious. It steeps nicely and the mint does fade, but I still find it an enjoyable all day vape.
I wish I could give you more information about why I choose this flavor for this reason, but I'm really not into single flavor tasting. I just used the flavors that I have acquired from research. . . and recipes I've bought for. Watching Noted in particular and listening to what flavors ranked and what they could do brought me to this list for this recipe. I had intended to take the long road and alter percentages and try alternative flavors, but to be honest. . . . I really like this as it stands.
The one thing I can say is that the mint is mild in this. I might bump it up a .25% when I mix it next, but for the most part I think these are spot on for my taste and what I was going for.
If you do indeed try this recipe out, I encourage you to try it as it steeps. The changes in flavor are quite nice and really change from day to day.
I mixed this up one day thinking about Nutella, Graham Crackers, and Cream.
Bavarian Cream and Meringue are the Cream base.
Milk & Honey helps to accent the Graham Cracker and the Hazelnut. Also adds a little richness to the cream.
If you can think of a better name for this, leave it in the review and if I like it you get to name it.
This is my 1st recipe, so feel free to leave your opinions, suggestions, or shit all over it. I just wanted a sweet marshmallow that wasn't subtle. I have issues with taste, thanks to sinus problems.
Toasted marshmallow has a great flavor with a nice burnt sugar note
LL cereal offers added marshmallow-ness, and keeps the recipe on the drier side. The cereal note takes a backseat.
Meringue gives the mix a light, sugary, fluffiness.
Cotton candy adds that spun, sugar sweetness.
Sugar cookie holds it all together and beefs up the vanilla, frosty goodness
Vanilla swirl coats everything in cream while lifting the vanilla.
And all of this may be complete nonsense, but when I have a craving for something sweet and fluffy, this satisfies.