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Horchata brings the starchy cream, FLV chai spice boosts the spice notes (adds em, really), then LB Vienna Cream with a Touch of FA Milk round it all into a full drink thing. VSO Pear + WF Ripe Pear IMO are an awesome ripe pear combo, and here they fold into the drink quite nicely.
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Strawberry and cream overdone? Maybe but, heres my version. I have spent a very long time messing with strawberrys and creams trying to find the perfect mix without success. Until now!
I already new the strawberries to use together to get the job done. FA Red Touch/JF Sweet Strawberry/INW Shisha Strawberry. There isnt a better combo out there for the best strawberry flavor.
The problem I had was with the creams. I already new that LB Vienna cream was going to be the main cream, I could tell just by the smell of it. Being mainly a fruity flavor ejuice lover I was at a loss as to what would work well together with it. I ended up with the choices I made based on a cooking show I was watching. It was a baking show and these kids were baking cakes and one was using fresh cream and buttercream frosting and I thought, bingo!! I added Sweet Cream to lighten it up with some sweetness and the Buttercream Frosting to add some smoothness to the mix.
At this point I liked the mix but, felt it was missing some texture and body. I wanted a slightly thick bodied cheesecake flavor to it so, in went the Yes, We Cheescake and bang!! Creme De Strawberry was born.
Hope you enjoy. Please leave a review if you decide to mix this up.
Based off a recipe by The Wrench Reviews ( Greg ) This was his and my inspiration for a recipe on the fly while talking together.
This has been a work in progress for over a month and much help from Shyndo and mlNikon ( Emily ) with tips and tricks.
Brandied Pear Glaze smothering Crepes with some Vienna Cream..
This is a very nice pear glaze to where you could switch out the crepe and add a Pound Cake or Angel Cake for a more dense vape.
The Liquid Amber with Brown Sugar make the Pear pop for flavor. This is not an overly sweet vape and taste is very subjective to where you can change out the sweetener.
After messing around with the Liquid Amber I will put out a warning.. DO NOT USE IT AT HIGH PERCENTAGES .50% max it can destroy the recipe if used to high.
Enter the new age of the Naughty Banana... Where this guy could rock your world or Taste Buds...
WF Banana and MB Soft Banana together will knock your socks off..
The Sugar Cone and Vanilla Wafer will take off the rest...
Vienna Cream and Slight Coconut to do the finishing moves and you are set to have this banana explode in your mouth..
Was looking for a perfectly blended Orange with nice vanilla ice cream background. Needs to steep but then doesnt disappoint. It is very sweet, juicy and gives more the feel of a fresh sherbet ice cream than a heavy ice cream. The butterscotch fills the gap between the juice and the cream and adds nice sweetness. Fits the picture imo but could also imagine a popsicle with a white light vanilla ice cream core surrounded by juicy orange water ice, slightly melted already. Will try some variations with LB Vanilla Ice Cream, FW Salted Caramel and so on.
After many trials and errors this recipe came into light.. I am a huge chocolate and banana fan so I might as well add it to a crepe recipe I had set up way before I even had the flavors.. Both Australian Chocolate and Glamour Chocolate make a nice base.. Glazed Donughnut adds a little depth to the Crepe.. Everything else just comes together..
Many thanks to everyone from DIY Downunder FB group for the name of the recipe.
Creamy delicious caramel with hints of butterscotch and some graham crust underneath everything.
Butterscotch ripple and caramel are a match made in heaven that blend together so nicely. Obviously the main note here
VIC and Vienna cream has been my go to for a cream layer. Words can’t describe how delicious they are together.
CGC was thrown in to add to the cream layer and give the whole recipe something “solid” to sit on. I think It worked out just as that.
Give this at least a week but it steeps like a custard, nice and slow and only better over time