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Ahoy! 'tis me latest collaborative project, 'n I had th' pleasure o' workin' wit' a true gentleman 'n a scholar t' get it nailed down. Cap'n Burgundy 'n I 'ave been tryin' out numerous concepts, from th' enigma o' FA Breakfast Cereals t' th' cereal destroyin' FW Hazelnut. Thar were some moments o' pure joy, 'n some moments o' sheer terror (lookin' at ye Fizzy Sherbet). Let's walk th' plank.
FLV Cream 'n OOO Cream/Milky Undertones make up th' cream base fer th' cereal, 'n aye that's all ye needs. FLV Cream be easily one o' me fav'rit flavors, 'tis an awesome cream that I still can nah describe. OOO Cream/Milky Undertones adds some, ye guessed it, milky undertones t' th' vape without bullyin' th' cereal too much. Movin' onto th' yellow, mouth-destroyin' loot pieces. FA Cookie adds some separation from th' cream base 'n all-around great texture t' th' cereal. Cereal 27 be wha' makes up th' yellow puffed corn bits, 'n gives a general "cereal" quality. Brown Sugar was Cap'n Burgundy's trick, hijacked from Breakfast Bowls #1. It adds some dark sweetness 'n makes th' Captain Crunch mighty tasty.
Now 'tis me time t' shine. When we started this adventure, I was in charge o' findin' a TPA Crunchy Berry Soap substitute. In th' words o' th' cap'n hisself, "I bloodhounded it, 'n when ye try it ye'll say, 'That Alfred sure knows wha' he's doin' wit' his schnozz.'" Forest Fruit be th' answer t' th' crunch berry pieces, 'n wit' some brightenin' from Strawberry (ripe) 'n Super Sweet, it beats TPA Crunchy Berry Cereal by nigh-on half a league.
2 sugar cookies fresh out of the oven, but not TOO fresh out of the oven. They have been sitting there for about 45 minutes. Crisp on the outside, with a gooey warm center.
Homemade CREAMY CREAMY ice cream with fresh strawberries diced perfectly through out, pancaked in between 2 of those cookies.
A cold glass of 2% or whole milk sitting next door, ready for a quick dip to top everything off.
A Creamy Sweet Eggnog Latte.
Starting with PUR Caramel Coffee with Sweet Cream. One of the best coffee flavors IMO. Smooth coffee with a caramel sweetness and no burnt off notes.
VT Coffee Milk Froth to add the creamy milk froth note and give the coffee more depth.
OOO Cream Milky Undertone to add a smooth milk note with some mouthfeel.
FA Meringue to round out the cream/milk notes. Give a more airy egg flavor and add some sweetness.
FLV Eggnog was the obvious choice for the Eggnog flavor. Best Eggnog flavor out there also IMO. Well balanced spices with the nog in the background.
FA Jamaican Rum to add a slightly boozy spice sweetness.
PUR Super Sweet to sweeten it up a touch, but can be omitted as it is already sweet. I just like it sweeter.
Minimum 7 day steep for it to start to smooth out. Really get solid after 2-3 weeks. It is vapeable off the shake but is a bit harsh.
The creamy pear recipe that no one asked for.
As soon as I started mixing I set out to create a clone of Akina Oil by Thick Oil. This is one of my failed attempts at it. I mixed my 3rd 30ml today so I figured I'd share, just in case someone craves pears as much as I do.
If you grew up eating canned pears, like me, cause your dad wasn't around, try this out.
I was wondering why there wasn't just a good Vanilla Yogurt on ATF, so I took some great recipes that did the legwork on a Vanilla and Yogurt and combined them. I took hashslingingslashur Sainte Vanille and NotCharlesManson's Creamy Greek Yogurt Base and mixed them together, I added some ooo Milky undertone cause I had it and it brings just a bit more milky flavor to the mix. Enjoy!
For notes you can read up here...
Having spent quite a while working on my DIY game by mixing other people's recipes, experimenting with percentages, building up my stash and mixing gear and starting to look into profiles, I have finally created something of my own which I feel is worthy of sharing!
I have been enjoying banana milks recently, but noticed a lack of available banoffee profile recipes when a friend asked me to make one for him.
I started off simple, but kept adding more to the profile until I had the complex beast you see before you (of which I went through 30ml in a day after a 7 day steep).
I won't do a huge breakdown of all ingredients and how they add to the mix as it would take way too long, but would love any suggestions for improvement.
Initially mixed with a milk frother in a warm water bath (not for speed steeping but because it reduces the viscosity of the base making blending more effective) in a 180ml batch, the recipe starts to get great at 7 days but is AWESOME after 3 weeks.
Give it a try and let me know what you think! 😊
In my home city we have a very eclectic group of people. It's legitimately a melting pot of all cultures. I was fortunate enough to be exposed to all sorts of different foods growing up, and one of my favorite things to do was to go to different ethnic grocery stores with my mother. There was one store in particular that always had me very excited, and it wasn't really a store. It was basically a giant warehouse, with tons of different little shops smashed into it. This place was called Mitsuwa. A Japaense Marketplace.
Particulary, my favorite place in the market was the candy aisle. I could not read japanese but the packaging was brilliant. It was a surprise every time I chose something new. My absolute, hands down, favorite candy of all time from Mitsuwa, was a Honeydew Shake Candy called Milkita. It was almost like a Honeydew Taffy, emphasis on the milk. Here is my rendition of it, which I am happy to say has exceeded my expectations in wanting to re-create that nostalgic taste.
JF Honeydew Melon - Pretty much the standard when it comes to delicious Honeydew Melon flavors. They knocked it out of the park with this one. It's a sweet and fresh melon flavor thats pretty potent too. It does mellow out over time, so thats why I accented it with the even more potent TFA Honeydew. In conjunction with eachother these two really drive home that sweet, green, melon flavor that so reminds me of those little chewy Milkita candies. I also get a creaminess out of these two, as I do with most melon flavors, which plays nicely with our other ingredients and overall goal for the recipe.
FLV Cantaloupe - This stuff tastes fairly authentic to me. Its a natural, ripe, sweet cantaloupe that plays right into the melon profile and helps accentuate the body of that fruity creaminess.
FA Coconut - This was what I was missing from my earliest versions. Just a touch here helps bring some more milkiness, pumps up the sweetness level, and acts as a bridge between the fruits and creams. I was super excited when I started using this and it worked so well.
FLV Cream - Bring on the creaminess. This has a dairy taste, but not as agressive as FA Fresh Cream or ooo Cream - Milky Undertones. I was originally using TFA Marshmallow to bring some body and sweetness, but it seemed overbearing. FLV Cream brought some great body, mouthfeel, a reasonable amount of dairy, and also helped the richness of the recipe. Its thick. More like a heavy whipping cream than a milk that plays well with the fruits.
ooo Cream - Milky Undertones - This is flavoring has been a godsend. It's milk with a touch of sweetness. No-nonsense here. Its fluffy, which helps emulate the candy aspect of the source material and worked exactly as intended.
FA Meringue - Sugary sprinkled sweetness. Helps in the cream department making things milkier, helps in the sweetness department delivering that accurate candy profile.
Thats about it.
One of my favorite desserts growing up has always been that green bowl of fluff. I had no idea what it was actually called until I got older and went in search of the recipe. As soon as I smelled the bottle of TPA-Pistachio it took me back and I knew exactly what I wanted to recreate. I used the TPA-Pistachio along with FLV-Vanilla Pudding to create my pistachio pudding base. Then I used the OOO-Cream Milky Undertone along with the OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla) to add in the whipped topping and marshmallows. Naturally I had to throw in a bit of INW-Pineapple to keep it authentic. I am still going to try one more version with FLV-Pineapple instead of INW and a bit of FW-Butter Pecan. If I like it even more I will come back and update this. This is better after 3 days but the best flavor is before the 2-3 week mark IMO. Some of the nuances start to blend in together if it steeps for too long. Smaller batches would be better for this one.