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This is moving into 2019, using a 4 3 2 1 formula to build a recipe.
1 2 3 is so 2018. What? Not really, but when working with some old school flavors that we know are good, 4 3 2 1 is needed.
This is a recipe highlighting TPA, using some amazing concentrates that have been winners for a long ttime.
So, the profile is a RY4 banana bread.
TPA Banana Nut Bread
TPA RY4 Double
TPA Caramel Original
TPA Dulce de Leche
Music for mixing.
Messed around with this recipe concept for a while (ever since the mixen vixen episode on banana shake).
I originally was trying to use banana cream instead of banana nut bread, but for some reason I like the banana nut bread version better. I'm thinking the bakery notes might be working similarly to how graham cracker clear can effect creams (adds a kind of malted note to the cream).
Let me know what you think or if there is anything I can do to improve the recipe! I am always looking to learn :)
Trying to create a Cloud Stout VSOP clone!
The longer the steep the better it gets. I don't remember where I got the recipe from, but the percentages and the ingredients have been tweaked by me to make it a better companion to coffee.
If anyone knows where this recipe is from, please let me know and I will put their link here to give credit. Thanks!
This would be a nice Banana with the Banana Foster and the baked caramelized sugars then the Banana Nut Bread adding the slight bakery note and the Banana Cream will tie them both together with a creamy mouth feel..
This is based on the Keep It Simple profile recipe
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