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This recipe took me about 2 months until I got it where I wanted it to be. Here in Switzerland there's a product called "Energy milk, strawberry" which is a strawberry flavored milk drink. I'd say it gets pretty close to that flavor, the upper notes are a wee bit more sharp and therefore more strawberry like due to FA red touch.
I tried the recipe using different bavarian creams but none did the job quite like CAP sweet cream.
The CAP French Vanilla has been added to boost the CAP VBIC, maybe you can upgrade to a full percent.
Can be vaped as a SNV, the strawberry will be very dominant. Let it steep to get the full flavor range.
V. 0.5: Removed 1% CAP Sweet Cream and added 1% CAP Ripe strawberries
Y Ddraig Goch is Welsh for the Red Dragon. Ddraig goch Cwstard is literally Red Dragon Custard.
Tested on an Asmodus C4 Ni80 0.3 Flapton and a Profile 1.5 0.13 (60w) Mesh & 0.18 Mesh (75w) and Profile RTA 0.16 ohm Mesh.
Legend has it that centuries ago 2 ancient beasts lie beneath Dinas Emrys in Wales, locked in battle.
An ancient King tried to build a castle at Dinas Emrys in wales but this castle kept getting knocked down by unseen forces, he is told by his advisors to seek a boy with no natural father and to sacrifice him. The king finds such a boy who is also supposed to be the wisest wizard who ever lived (Merlin).
The boy upon hearing that he is to be put to death to end the demolition of the walls, is dismissive of this advice and tells the king about the 2 Dragons locked in battle beneath the foundations, the King excavates the hill freeing the dragons, One red and one white, the dragons continue their fight until the Red Dragon emerges victorious, the boy tells the King that the red dragon symbolizes the kings people and prophesies the coming of the greatest king Britain will ever see...King Arthur Pendragon.
I wanted a full on thick and creamy Vanilla Custard.
This is a full on Vanilla Custard.
This was originally mixed with the OG Holy Vanilla then they discontinued it so remixed with Holy Vanilla V2 which was just as delicious. Feel free to use the OG, V2 or Reserruction at the same %'s.
The Custard base us made up of FA Custard Premium, at 4% for that full thick and buttery custard, to this 6% CAP VC1 adds Vanilla and the egg notes I want from a custard.
2.5% Devon Cream adds a thick dairy cream, I tried using it lower initially but it just didn't give the creaminess or mouthfeel I was seeking.
Holy Vanilla v2 at 3% adds a dark, sweet spicy vanilla with it's caramel and lightly creamy notes for the ultimate Vanilla boost.
EM added for a little sweetness, smooth and blend everything together
At 1% I the slight cotton candy like mouthfeel greatly enhances this profile.
This was my attempt at a caramel banana cream chz cake. I dont have to many flavors, so I did the best I could with what I have. I dont mind what came out!! Its a creamy caramel with soft banana cream and a hint of cheesecake on the end.
I would love any feedback, comments, advice. Anything. Please keep mixing my diy fam!
I have finally done it. I started DIY 5 years ago and have been trying and trying to create the perfect cookie dough ice cream.
Here it is!!
I have to thank, and give an honourable mention to ID10T for his superb recipe Longing. This gave me the perfect Vanilla Ice Cream. Honeysuckle really does work its magic in this recipe.
Also Wayne Walker, for his more recent attempt of a cookie dough, utilising Flavorah Cookie.
I use TPA VBIC, FA Cream Fresh and TPA Honeysuckle to create a fine ice cream base.
Then with FLV Cookie, FLV Cookie Dough, VT Devon Cream, INW Shisha Vanilla and FW Hazelnut I create a fantastic cookie dough base.
I tried the recipe with just Ethyl Maltol but it lacked the sweetness you get in the cookie dough ice cream.
I then tried it with just Super Sweet, but some bakery notes were lost.
With a small combination of the two, the perfect balance was found.
Do try and give the recipe a good 5 days for all the flavours to combine together and settle.
If you do mix it up, let me know your thoughts below :)