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Here’s the next offering in my Majesty Reserve line of custards. This time it’s a butter cookie custard.
This was my first use of JF biscuit after hearing so much about it, and how much better it performed and tasted in mixes than INW. Needless to say, I won’t be making use of INW biscuit anymore after this. JF biscuit and FA cookie make up the butter cookie component of the mix. I added TPA butter into the fold to increase the rich butteriness of the cookie aspect.
FA and INW custard make up the custard base. They’re a match made in heaven, and INW shisha vanilla helps accentuate the vanilla notes even further.
To finished it off, FA marshmallow gives it body and thickness, and CAP SS sweetens the mix to really drive home the profile of a custard infused with loads of butter cookie bits and crumbles.
I was intending on letting this sit for a 14 day steep, but I couldn’t resist any longer, so I cracked it open at 10 days and loaded it into my Kennedy 25. I think ten days will suffice for a steep time.
The ultimate butterscotch cream pie to really sink your tastebuds into! It’s rich,it’s creamy,it’s fucking delicious!!!! Is fast becoming one of my personal favourites and I really look forward to you guys sampling what I believe is my finest work. Give it a mix, hide it away for a week and forget about it. Trust me you’ll love this one if butterscotch is your thing. Enjoy!!!! 😃💙
So today on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! we are celebrating Addy's retirement by doing a Wishing Well! A wish for Mark Clough!
Fresh made a donation and requested a French pastry from me. I know Fresh is a breakfast pastry lover so I chose a traditional, delicious French breakfast pastry called 'pain aux raisins' or 'currant bread' in English. It's a lovely flaky pastry jammed with custard and raisins and a nice sweet sugar glaze on top. This is how we made it, with the help of @TamVapes:
WF Croissant/VT Croissant/JF Biscuit = for the pastry which is strong and buttery.
WF Caramel Butter = has the job of adding butter, that little browning of flaky pastry and some sweetness on top.
FA Custard Premium/LB Vanilla Ice Cream/FLV Vanilla Pudding = that's Fresh's quick custard which is well eggy and vanilla reach which is what we want.
FLV Raisin Rum/FLV Sweet Fig= for the raisins and the currants and that dash of rum in every custard-filled viennoiserie in France.
I hope you enjoy it and Fresh too!
Be Queer & vape on,
C. aka Queer Your Vape
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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. :)
I'll start off by explaining the guava paste or guava cheese layer, more commonly known here in Brazil as "goiabada". Ever since I got into DIY, I dreamed of a good guava concentrate! As it is pretty difficult to get flavorings from various brands down here, my first experience with any type of guava was pretty disappointing, I believe everyone can guess the brand which I'm talking about. Then, my second guava type flavor was Sweet Guava from Capella, I'll be honest here and say that this flavoring is far from what a real pink-centered guava tastes like, it is more of a very light watered down guava juice.
Fast forward to early December 2019 when I got Pink Guava in the mail. As soon as took the cap off and took a whiff, I fell in love with it! I had finally gotten that real, ripe guava smell. One of my favorite parts of the guava is the skin, which brings a tartness that balances so well with the sweet, creamy inside of it, and I gotta say, Pink Guava brings all of this to the table, except for the extreme sweetness that is part of that delicious pink, redish center.
Alright, enough with the small talk, let's get down to business!
WF Banana Pureé/TPA Brown Sugar/VT Glazed Strawberries/FLV Pink Guava/CAP Sweet Guava - All these make the Guava Paste layer, each playing its role here to bring the perfect "goiabada". The banana pureé and glazed strawberries bring both the creaminess and the glazed/jammy feeling of the cooked up guava. The brown sugar here is pretty obvious, contributing to the sweetness as well as the "cooked" sugar. And then comes the beauty of the guavas, pink guava is an almost complete guava and sweet guava does a wonderful job completing it with its inherent sweetness and lighter body.
Ok, after I developed the perfect guava paste layer, I needed the Perfect Cheesecake, and that's where the Developed team came in and solved all my previous cheesecake attempts. It really is the perfect cheesecake flavor and with the guava paste on top if, I finally nailed my favorite dessert in vape form!
I recommend making a one-shot of this guava paste to use it in other recipes that might call for something of the sort. Corn bread is actually really good with it and I'm working on another recipe to balance both flavors appropriately.
If you read this huge text, I appreciate the time. Now, if you just scrolled down and got down here just to see the recipe, mix this up ASAP and make sure to leave a feedback!
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart. This recipe has been on DEVELOPED's list to tackle from the beginning, to create the most realistic cheesecake base possible, to use with many different top notes. Mix this as a stand alone, or add your favorite fruit, either way, it's delicious! Full flavor notes on DEVELOPED Episode 46 at https://youtu.be/PO3VkuJa-Fc .
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