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Well here it goes my second recipe.
Thanks in advance for all of you that takes the time to try them.
As a new mixer, sometimes is hard for me to get the flavors needed for a lot of recipes here on ATF and also because I live in Colombia it is almost impossible to buy INW, FLV, VT, WF and the list goes on.... and on...
So i am trying to develop some simple yet delicious recipes with flavors that i believe most of you reading this will have, in a way to encourage new mixers or peaple who are just trying to get in to DIY but dont have that budget at the beggining.
Also it have been a great learning opportunity because with this simple easy recipes i have started to understand different flavor pairings and know what each of those do in the mix.
Now lets talk about the recipe itself (sorry for the long boring intro)
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl: OMG i love this!! it gives so much body, and its the star of the recipe. I think the pastry/cinnamon combination that this have is amazing for a simple recipe like this one.
Now in order to smoothe and add more mouthfell and a creamy layer I went with TPA Banana cream and TPA Vanilla swirl. Those two make the cinnamon more soft and delicate. And the TPA Banana cream adds like a hole new twist, more like a surprise element... And that's it!! just 3 flavors but a very great juice in my oppinion.
As a SNV i have to say its really good but simple, with not much mouthfeel so I encourage you to wait from 3 to 7 days... That way it feels more balanced and I hope it will give you nice a surprise.
Hope you guys like it and please leave behind a review.
Deez Banana Nutz
This is the first in a line of dessert vapes I've been working on inspired by the craze over the Country Clouds line (which I've never even tried by the way) but I happen to enjoy all of those flavor profiles. TFA BNB is obviously doing most of the heavy lifting here but to me it doesn't have enough of a banana note, and I didn't want TOO much banana that would overpower the mix. I also wanted the banana to have that creamy almost custard like texture of a real banana. I also like my BNB more on the "cake" side of things but not so much so that it tastes batter-like, hence the use of FW yellow cake (as polarizing as it may be.) One-on-One Cornbread is just an all-around EXCELLENT flavor as it's got that grainy texture you'd associate with something like this and in a mix that doesn't lend itself to an actual cornbread, there's nothing about it distinctly "corn" so I think it adds an awesome texture that pairs well with the TFA. I initially was going to go with VCV1 by CAP but opted to go with TFA instead as it's a little more buttery, less oily and less eggy. Although this recipe could benefit from a touch of egg, I wanted to keep it more on the dryer side of things.
GIVE THIS ONE TIME TO BLOOM. I like to do overnight crockpot steeps on most of my juices (just set to warm) and this recipe was pretty good off the shake, but once that Vanilla Custard settles in and the slight runt vibe of Banana Cream mellows out to a softer more realistic banana, it's pretty delicious, in my humble opinion of course.
Sweetener optional, I chose to leave it out as I like this as is. Season to taste as they say.
Hope you enjoy!
A half baked attempt at a crepe that rides the border between a sweet breakfast and dessert.
The idea came together when staring at the list of new flavors coming in and decided to jump right in on something since just about everything was recommended rather highly.
The Peanut butter, Hazelnut, and caramel toffee combine to make a much more authentic peanut butter flavor than I had initially expected, but the faults of each individual flavor fall to the wayside and produce a harmonious mess that would make Peter Pan jealous.
Banana creme provides a really nice rich and creamy banana flavor to the mix. Not a cooked banana per se, but not the raw banana slices you'd get from PUR banana either.
Cinnamon danish swirl does what it does best and adds a little bit of sweet cinnamon to the mix. the amount of richness and body of the other flavors ensures that this doesn't overwhelm the mix.
the crepe is a delightfully effective soft bakery note to hold it all together, just like it would at the breakfast table.
TFV vs DIYDU HEAT1 - Winning Recipe
We talk about this recipe here : https://youtu.be/YieqNx5zmAE
This is a collaboration recipe for the TFV vs DIYDU Heat 1 - MixOff Compo.
TFV Team = Liam Davey, Theo Thiart, Deetz, Richard, RudeRudi, Dr Store
We set out to create a tantalising, unique fruit profile by exploring some of the lesser known fruit profiles available. We wanted something daring and lesser known to stretch our combined mixing skills. We settled on Acai berry fairly early on in the recipe development process and knew that we just had to utilize this unusual and intriguing berry. We decided to create chocolate covered bananas without using any chocolate , as this is a fruit challenge after all...
FLV Acai is a hidden gem in the mixing community (until now) and finally deserves it’s day in the sun. This mysterious berry is the fruit of the Acai palm tree and its flavour profile is a cross between a blackberry, raspberry and chocolate! The inherent tartness and realistic, rich berry flavour is second to none, but that is not the best part... This little gem has a little trick up its sleeve! The acai berry’s natural cocoa characteristics comes through beautifully on the exhale and provides a rich, natural chocolate note.
TPA Banana Cream was the obvious banana choice, given the vendor restriction for the compo. The banana cream, with its innate creamy banana custard characteristics, is the perfect vehicle to receive the rich, dark chocolate sauce bestowed on it.
FA Pear’s role is to impart some juiciness and sweetness without detracting for our heroes and does the job here with ease.
This is how you pronounce it https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/A%C3%A7a%C3%AD.ogg
I give thanks to @Folkart for the boss reserve remix I'm sure alot of mixers tweaked this recipe to there liking and others just left it alone ...I know when I mix "Cardinal " by @Fear I'm always thinking of some way to improve it that's my OCD kicking in but this is my personal recipe for the Profile described by Cuttwood. Mixing tips and knowledge I have learned over 2 years thank you everyone on ATF..🤩 *note This recipe is just my personal preference
Okay The break Down INW Biscuit,Cap sugar Cookie, TPA Graham Cracker Clr and CAP NYC Cheesecake make up our crust and the cheesecake base , used the FLV custard to bridge over the TPA Banana Cream and MB Soft Banana, shooting for a nice simple pie here that packs alot of texture and flavor , with the 3 cream like flavors in this recipe it will require a good steep of around 10 to 14 days before i feel it merges and mingles together and forms straight awesomeness...
also i have to apologize i am not very proficient in Recipe write ups and thats something i plan on working on this year, to become better with my descriptors and give you all a better representation of my intentions and profiles.