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A bright vibrant tropical creamy mix with a touch of cooling - as I wanted to have a mix to take on vacation .
Sweet gauava is used as a top note and emulsifier for the very sweet melon notes
Cantaloupe and honeydew add the base sweet notes for this fruit blend . LB honeydew has a bit of creaminess that comes out at higher % and it works well with the LB rainbow sherbert. it is also plays nice with other fruits and does not overpower them. You can pick these up on the exhale
Suagr loaf pineapple is a sweet and tart almost candy pineapple which works well in the middle bringing the top notes of the guava and the base sweet notes of the melons together
rainbow sherbert is added for some more of the ice creamy texture along with more orange citrus notes
ADD IF YOU WANT: I really enjoy mint with some fruits and wanted to add a mint coolness here arctic chill borders on a sweet mint with a touch of menthol it is not needed . Desiccated coconut adds a nice sweetness at the finish but it not needed
Add sweetner to taste
NOTE this recipe was inspired by Waynes mix Heat https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/107762#live_mixing_the_heat_by_enyawreklaw
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This is an ICEY Melon Pineapple mix with some light passionfruit and citrus.
Made on "LIVE MIXING: THE HEAT"
so I love tutti fruti jelly beans they just pop with that bright in your face fruit flavor - so this is my take on that .
I used 27 bears, marshmallow and circus candy to create the main jelly texture. 27 bears is a pretty authentic gummy bear type texture and has a white gummy flavor note. The rainbow sherbet I used to create the bright fruit flavor mix - along with the fizzy sherbet which helps that flavor to really brighten and pop . The hard candy is not really needed here but does add that slight sense of the hard candy shell if kept a a very low %. If you want that extra pop of sweetness then add sweetner but it is pretty sweet with the cotton candy
Was aiming for a lemon sherbert w/ basil but the lemon (to me) isn't super prominent. (probably due to the rainbow sherbert) I've tried altering it to make it more lemon forward but so far I prefer this mix.
This won't be for everyone because it's definitely got a "green" note that some people hate... but I like it. It's different. It's good right away but gets richer/creamier with a steep.
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A really smooth & creamy Rainbow sherbet-type ice cream perfect for the hotter weather. Nicely balanced & not lemon-strong.
I formed my ice cream using LB Vanilla Ice Cream. On its' own it's delicious although a little linear. It's for this reason I boosted the vanilla part with DFS Menage è Trois & TFA French Vanilla Deluxe. These 2 paired in combination with the LB VIC form the perfect creamy smooth texture of vanilla ice cream I wanted to push forward. TFA FVD is NOT the same as their French Vanilla, French Vanilla II, or French Vanilla Creme. It's quite different and I love it so much that I purchase it in 120mls at a time.
Again, I started with LB Rainbow Sherbet as my foundation for this portion of my mix. And again, very delicious but not quite enough 'umph'. This is why I included a touch of FE Lemon & TFA Raspberry Sweet. Only a little lemon was needed to make the note more noticeable. Raspberry was used at a higher % because it's more of a weak flavor and can easily get lost in a recipe. I find that the FE Lemon also provides a boost in order to bring the raspberry out of hiding. LB RS has a nice light tart/sour note as well that pops after a 3 day steep.
I use FA Polar Blast here at a low percentage but if you like your ice cream colder, this can be increased to 0.25-0.5%. Quite honestly, the next time I whip up a batch for my personal use I will raise this percentage to around 0.4%.
I use CAP Super Sweet at a low percentage because frankly, ice cream is sweet. You can increase the percentage to 0.5%, but personally I wouldn't go any higher than that due to the sweetness of the other involved concentrates.
Remember: This is Rainbow Ice Cream, not Rainbow Sherbet so you will have a completely different mouth feel than with sherbet. Mix at 70% VG for ice cream thickness. At least a 3 day steep is recommended. I don't recommend any subs(especially CAP or TFA VBICs). LB ice cream has an authentic flavor with no off notes(pepper or plastic)
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