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Mixer's Club Theme: Try something new. This is definitely new for me. I wanted to make a mix using those specific flavors to create one profile that wasn't exactly cereal, not quite the berry forward, not too sweet, semi floral. It was more about getting these components to work in a mix that going for any specific real thing.
B- For the berry i went with the daveberry trinity scaled down by a third. It sticks out distinctly as a berry here without dominating the mix.
W- The wheat here is both flv wheat and jf biscuit. wheat brings an almost floral wheat note that biscuit fills in with a sweeter, lightly flaky body. I tried some RF Baked Bread sc but it was a little overpowering and i didn't feel like it was adding to the profile. I got wf frosted puff cereal and wanted to try it in here but it came too late. Im happy with where this is at anyway because I struggled to get a solid almond note I wanted.
A - for the almond I used FA almond. I searched high and low in my drawer for wf almond cookie to see if i could use this in place of jf biscuit but also boost out the almond. Never did find it. I tried a little FA marzipan but it didnt make any noticable difference for me so I left it out. Just kept dialing this up until I liked where it was just under the wheat.
H - I tried flv honey bee for the honey. It was too floral without enough sweet. Decided to give vt a run here. It has a bit of wiggle room between 2-3 % but I definitely wanted it to be both the bulk of the sweet and the almond wheat bowtie.
I think what came out was interesting and not too bad. Hope you like it. outside my wheelhouse so any criticism, suggested flavors, just 'give up' comments are welcome. :)
Here's a simple and delicious, Strawberry Donut.
(FA) Meringue & (INW) Shisha Strawberry are used as the Glaze/Frosting.
(CAP) Sugar Cookie & (FA) Zeppola are the base of the Donut.
(CAP) Vanilla Custard is used to fill out the Donut.
(CAP) Super Sweet can be adjusted to your liking. However, used at 1% seems to be a perfect balance as it pulls together the Strawberry & Meringue resulting in a sweet sticky Glaze/Frosting.
Marshmallow to help with gummi texture.
Shisha helps with strawberry flavor.
Strawberry gummy helps with strawberry and texture.
Red lic helps with texture and lic feel.
Sweeten it up with some supper sweet.
Peach gummi helps with gummy bit and peach helps make strawberry a bit juicer. Mix on my friends rate and comment thanks to all
I am actually quite proud of how this has turned out. After 3 weeks this turns into a thick, rich, mouthcoating strawberry cheesecake. I built the cheesecake base using alfredpuddings trinity as a blueprint. I do believe pur new york cheesecake surpasses cap for its richness alone. This strawberry combo is wonderful and works very well in anything that needs a syrupy sweet cooked strawberry. I have a sweet tooth and I am transitioning from using cap supersweet in everything to trying to bring sweetness from ingredients rather than sweetener (ooo custard cheesecake). The hangsen italian cream helps provide the twang of actual cheesecake but is not necessary if you would like it a little more neutral. Edit #1 jan 31st been playing with strawberry combos and I added 1% jf strawberry sweet and adjusted inw shisha strawberry to 2%...I also tried a version without hangsen Italian cream and it is just as good if not better but if you enjoy hangsen italian cream I like it at .6%
My favorite strawberry at this point in time. It's like a mix of an artificial sweet strawberry, a natural strawberry, and has a sort of creamy or smooth texture to it. I remember hearing before purchasing this flavoring that it was the best strawberry out there, and that it's the only one you need; I disagree that it's the only one you need. It is great by itself as a strawberry, but I feel it benefits a lot from a slight strawberry ripe accent (depending on the recipe of course). It is weak for an INW flavoring, but falls in line with the same kind of potency as a lot of other flavoring companies such as TFA & CAP.