Used in 30 recipes at an average of 1.009%.
Apple red licorice.
FLV Red Apple as part of the red apple base.
CAP Fuji Apple to add more apple flavor and a bit of tanginess
CAP 27 Fish as part of the gummy/licorice base and to add a bit of depth.
WF Gushy Fruit as the other part of the licorice base. Adds fruitiness and texture/body.
OOO whipped cream at a low percentage to calm down some of the acidity of the apples
Gingerbread frappucino type. Gingerbread note is fairly prominent so you may want to lower to 0.50% if you don't want that. Milkshake and the cream are used for the creamy base. Sugar cookie pairs with the Gingerbread to sweeten it up and smooth it out. Honeycomb is also used to sweeten and enhance the notes in the Gingerbread.
OOO Blackberry is crazy strong so you have to go low or else it turns into a perfumed mess. I added FLV Jammy Berry to make it stickier and add other berries and sweetness. CAP NY Cheesecake creates the slightly cheese-y inside and OOO whipped cream and vanilla custard are there for body and creaminess. Zeppola is giving the pastry effect with NR Sugar crunch to add a "crunch" or fried note. You can nix the berries and add whatever fruit/etc of your choice or none at all.
Week 45 (The year of mixing) - Sweet and mellow coffee flavor with rich tones of buttery caramel drizzle, flavored with smooth hazelnut and light coconut notes, and topped with a dollop of whipped cream. There's a bit of sweetness used here, you don't have to - it's optional - or you could replace it with whatever sweetener you prefer if you like your coffee's really sweet like I do. If you're more of a black coffee drinker, you may need to add in something like FA Cappuccino at 0.25% or Tiramisu to bump the dark coffee notes up some, but this is far more a light and sweet coffee flavor.
Week 38 of The Year of Mixing -- This week was French Macarons and I went soft and light in terms of flavors. The honey blends into the base cookie flavors, and the lavender cream layers in right between it. It works okay shake and vape, but it really all comes together after at least a 3 day steep, and really blends fully out after about 10 days. Once the creams smooth out into the lavender that is when it feels like it's steeped out.