Used in 4094 recipes at an average of 2.064%.
This recipe took me about 2 months until I got it where I wanted it to be. Here in Switzerland there's a product called "Energy milk, strawberry" which is a strawberry flavored milk drink. I'd say it gets pretty close to that flavor, the upper notes are a wee bit more sharp and therefore more strawberry like due to FA red touch.
I tried the recipe using different bavarian creams but none did the job quite like CAP sweet cream.
The CAP French Vanilla has been added to boost the CAP VBIC, maybe you can upgrade to a full percent.
Can be vaped as a SNV, the strawberry will be very dominant. Let it steep to get the full flavor range.
Using Daves a.k.a. ID10-T's Strawberry trinity and then combining it with one of my favorite light and fluffy "Cream" layers, I've found this recipe works well for people who are partly to severely "Blind" to Strawberries. The (FA) Lemon Sicily @ 0.25% is not present after the recommended steep time, yet aids in bringing the strawberries forward in the mix. The recipe was created and tested on a dual coil RTA @ 0.12 ohms and mod set to TC Mode @ 75watts and 420 degrees F. Recommended Steep is 14-30 days.
Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a pink "milk".
Pink here is a true amalgamation of flavors. INW cherry and INW shisha strawberry are both syrupy by nature, and the FA red touch is helping reinforce the strawberry to stand up along side the cherry. Pushing past that CAP sweet guava helps crank this otherwise pedestrian fruit combo into an oddly tasty medley of red fruits.
Pudding in this case is pretty cut and dry with FLV vanilla pudding and INW custard sharing the duties while FLV smooth vanilla helps cut through the fruit with a sweet soft vanilla.
Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes.
Strawberry and cream overdone? Maybe but, heres my version. I have spent a very long time messing with strawberrys and creams trying to find the perfect mix without success. Until now!
I already new the strawberries to use together to get the job done. FA Red Touch/JF Sweet Strawberry/INW Shisha Strawberry. There isnt a better combo out there for the best strawberry flavor.
The problem I had was with the creams. I already new that LB Vienna cream was going to be the main cream, I could tell just by the smell of it. Being mainly a fruity flavor ejuice lover I was at a loss as to what would work well together with it. I ended up with the choices I made based on a cooking show I was watching. It was a baking show and these kids were baking cakes and one was using fresh cream and buttercream frosting and I thought, bingo!! I added Sweet Cream to lighten it up with some sweetness and the Buttercream Frosting to add some smoothness to the mix.
At this point I liked the mix but, felt it was missing some texture and body. I wanted a slightly thick bodied cheesecake flavor to it so, in went the Yes, We Cheescake and bang!! Creme De Strawberry was born.
Hope you enjoy. Please leave a review if you decide to mix this up.
Original Idea: A classic bowl of cornflakes with fresh strawberries. Requested by member @DrkRaven ; mixed by @DrkRaven @fieldgreens @HumanPuck in the diy discord. Join today: https://discordapp.com/invite/ufVTyAQ
Process: There's no breakfast quite as simple as simple as cornflakes, with fresh strawberries to brighten it up. Our initial thoughts immediately brought us to CAP Cereal 27, OOO Milky Undertone, and the superb Strawberry Trinity, which can never be a bad thing. We added a touch of FW Hazelnut to support the milk, and we had our first mix. It was a good start, but not quite there. The milk and cereal weren't quite ready to stand up to the almighty trinity. To support the cereal, we added FA Cookie, and went with TPA Marshmallow to add a little sweetness and base to the milk. This yielded a delicious cereal with just the right amount of strawberry to take you back to mom's kitchen on a Saturday morning. That's when @DrkRaven had an idea so crazy it worked. Add some WS-23 to recreate the sensation of the cold milk to really bring it home. We did. It did.
Result: A balanced mix of everything, sweet but fresh and mildly tart strawberries, crunchy corn flakes, and ice cold, slightly sweet milk. Sit down with this for Saturday morning cartoons, and it just might bring back memories.
Feedback always welcome :)