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This is a spot on hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps. The kind you make and fill your thermos with for that home coming game. Really happy with it, this is in your face flavor
VT dark , lava cake, Devon cream create the chocolate notes that I wanted. VT dark choclate is a dark choclate note on the end the vape at the exhale. The devon cream by VT has a solid chocolate note and helps fill in the middle of this mixl, and usspport the creams in this mix . Lava cake adds a slighter chocolate note and some body to the mix.
creamy milky undertones is a perfect creamy full milk and adds to the body and helps to blend the flavors a bit
white chocolate peppermint and creme de menthe are the sweet syrup peppermint that I wanted to add to this hot chocolate
vanilla marshmallow adds some sweet vanilla top notes to this mix and some volume
A scrumptious, rich chocolate tart layered with fresh, juicy slices of pear.
Lava Cake does a magnificent job in emulating a decent chocolate tart, albeit not the most sophisticated torte known to man. That's where FA Cookie and JF Biscuit comes in... Combined with FA Marshmallow, they coax the life out of the Lava Cake and make it shine, and then some!
A bit of added texture and this baby transforms into a something its creators, I imagine, intended. I tested Lava Cake at 3% and 4% but found that, at highher levels, it overpowered the delicate pear notes. 2.5% works a treat but if you want the increase the chocolate, feel free to up it by a % or 2.
The pear layer is compliments of my trusty pear duo, which, when combined, delivers and unbelievably realistic, fresh pear flavor.
I upped the ratios of the pear to punch through the chocolate base and show themselves in all their glory... The pear sits beautifully atop the rich chocolate tart and balances the sweet and cocoa notes with its inherent, slightly astringent, notes.
Give this baby a good week to settle and enjoy!
Italian rum cake is a cake that is traditionally made around the holidays. it is a dense yellow cake with vanilla patisserie filling. and chocolate ganache filling Very often the base of the cake is wet from the cup ( or more if my family is making it ) of rum.
Cake base - I used fluffy white cake, nonna's cake and some Custard. This combination of fluffy white and custard creates a thick dense cake with a slight citrus note from the nonna's cake
Rum - There is a about a cup of rum in these cakes it is very prominent... so i need a rum that would stand up in this mix - VTA light rum is more like a golden medium bodied boozie rum that is probably the best rum I have tried
The patisserie filling - . I used the Bavarian cream - which is a vanilla egg based pastry cream, and lava cake and hangsen which will create the chocolate ganache layer . The custard will also help out here with some eggy notes
The frosting - is an Italian whipped butter cream which is traditional for this cake not a thick sugary butter cream - so vanilla whipped cream was perfect and the cake is covered by almonds
vanilla is a very prominent flavor profile in this cake so wanted to enhance that a bit with shisha vanilla
Week - 9 The Year of Mixing Challenge
My Tribute Recipe to one of my favorite mixers, Fresh03. I know how much he loves lava cake, and cupcakes, and creamy custardy things, and this recipe hits all of that. I did not list sweetener in the recipe, but I would suggest 0.5% CAP Super Sweet, or 1% FW Sweetener, or 0.5% FLV Sweetness. Since there were a few options for sweetener I've left it up to the mixer to decide if they want to add it. IF you want to forego the sweetener this recipe works fine without it, but is a little bolder with the sweetener added.
If you don't have vape wizard you can skip it out of the recipe and everything will work fine without it. It is there to add just a touch more body to the recipe boosting the creams.
This recipe is just a simple chocolate cupcake with a whipped marshmallow cream filling and the powder sugar helps bring out a frosting type taste.
I suggest a 2 week steep, you could probably even go a full 4 weeks for the cupcake and creams to fully develop, but if you enjoy these flavors shake and vape, I say go for it. It was unoffensive as a shake and vape, but the flavors really come out better after a few weeks of steeping.
This is an interesting recipe and probably wont appeal to everyone. I wanted to do something with chocolate and I thought about doing a pairing with lime. When I went to draft the recipe I was thinking of my recent tests on FA limes, cold pressed would have been fine and gave me a more natural lime that would go nicely with chocolate. I thought though about distilled, which is far from a natural lime. Distilled reminds me of the green suckers from the dentist office, that very distinct green hard candy that really tastes far from a real lime. So I decided to go for it, see where this would take me. Then I added some coconut and creams to really give more depth to the recipe. After a few revisions this was what I came up with. Enjoy!