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A rich strawberry cheesecake custard. Wanted a richer strawberry cheesecake flavor, so i combined 2 of strongest/darkest strawberries I had. For the cheesecake to come through and mix with that "strawngberry" i used inw yes we cheesecake and combined with TFA cheesecake Graham cracker crust. I also added sugar cookie with inw biscuit for a good cookie crust. I added some FLV Cream with some Cap Bavarian for the creamy flavor and a splash of Inw Vanilla shisha to add to the custard and cream. The most important part of any custard is... well the custard... I used MB Legendary custard. You can also use tpa or cap vanilla custard if you don't have Legendary or fa premium. The key to this (like most custards) is the steep. 3 weeks Minimum! I wait like 5-6 weeks myself.
Already explained you can substitute the custard (though id definitely stick with MB Legendary)
I feel Red Touch is necessary for the taste im looking for. You can also replace the INW STRAWBERRY SHISHA w
Tpa Strawberry Ripe @ 6-7%
(Thats actually how i originally made this, but I have a hard time tasting SB Ripe sometimes so I changed it up)
So this is my take on the amazing nilla killa one of my local shops used too carry this flavor and he had a bottle with maybe 20ml left and he gave it too me to try & clone and this is my best version of it and I made it for the owner and he absolutely loved it I made him a 120ml bottle of it and let it steep for a week and gave it too him and he pretty much vaped the whole bottle in 3 days mix it and give it a try guys promise you will love it
♫♫ Substitutions ♫♫
After this post people seemed to think I actually love @ID10-T but truth be told, I just wanted to torture him. That task is made significantly more difficult by the fact that he's a masochist. So, without further adieu, I present my second attempt at torturing @ID10-T where I not only substitute both blueberries in his iconic recipe but every other flavor, as well.
Bonus: I'll add notes later, I'm a too busy at the moment.
If you don't have a flavor, just sub in whatever. It doesn't matter.
This is a reworked recipe that I did a few years ago https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/26516#dirty_banana_by_xxxleonidasxxx that, when I first came up with was really good, but got heavy quick. So I remixed the same flavor profile with a lighter cream note to make it more friendly.
You wouldn't think banana and mint would go well together...don't knock it til you try it.
Again, this is a tribute to The Plume Rooms Banana Mint Milkshake
One of my favorite vanillas, simply because of how versatile it is, especially when used with creams. This is a very creamy, light vanilla with a nice sweetness about it. When I say light I don't mean light in flavor, but light in profile, as opposed to dark. You definitely get some nice vanilla, but it's not quite as dark of a vanilla as say FA Bourbon Vanilla or McCormick's Vanilla Extract (lul). This flavoring adds some decent creamy body, smoothness, and a touch of vanilla sweetness to a mix. IDK about you but that's exactly the kind of thing I want to bring to a cream party.