Flavor Profile: bakery dessert
Used in 6286 recipes at an average of 2.609%.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Raspberry INW is Raspberry Malina, not Raspberry Wera Garden!
Biscuit INW, Cheesecake (Graham Crust) TPA, Cookie FA and Butter FA create a buttery and crumbly tart base. A little Almond FA is added to round the crunchiness of Cookie FA.
Raspberry (Sweet) TPA is the main raspberry here, with a touch of Berryl FA and Raspberry (Malina) INW added to make it a little more realistic, tart and sweet.
Custard FA is one of the best creams to add in most fruity vapes, because the lemony notes blend great with sour/tart fruits. Custard Premium FA is added to enhance the buttery feel a little more, and Mississipi INW because it's a great bridge between raspberries and biscuits/cookies.
The Super Sweet here is kinda needed, don't omit it if possible.
Needs some days of steep, for the butter to calm down.
This recipe was inspired by a beverage served at one of my local restaurants. Once I had my first sip I knew I HAD to recreate this!
If you are unfamiliar with Milk Tart (or Melktert in Afrikaans), it is described as a South African dessert which has a sweet pastry crust and a creamy custard filling made from eggs, flour, milk and sugar. Cinnamon is generally sprinkled on top.
In this recipe I am trying to recreate a Milk Tart blended with thick vanilla ice cream.
The Milk Tart:
TPA Acetyl Pyrazine, CAP New York Cheesecake, TPA Cheesecake (graham Crust) and FA Cookie combine to form a delicious crust.
The CAP Butter Cream, FW Cake Batter Dip and CAP Vanilla Custard form the essence of the "eggy", deliciously creamy custard filling that all South Africans know and love.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl and FA Meringue gave me exactly the right amount of cinnamon sugar-sprinkled touch to finish off the Milk Tart.
TFA Bavarian Cream, FW Milk and FA Fresh Cream plays delightfully with elements of the filling to create the milkshake aspect of the recipe.
TFA Smooth is used here to emulate that thick, satisfying mouthfeel and to help blend all the flavours (all the flavors, lol, I know!) together.
This took me a few iterations to perfect and I would like to share the joy this recipe brought me with you all.
It is fairly decent right off the bat but really comes into it's own after a good 2 week steep.
Please give it a mix, comment or rate.
In the process of moving existing recipes from ELR I feel are worthy of being included in my ATF portfolio. Huck Yeah I think fits right in with my other formulations.
A number of people stated all they could taste in my older formulation of this profile was the berries, So I decided to update with this revision. If you're into creamy, tart and sweet recipes I can recommend this one.
Find the old recipe here: e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/746418/Huckleberry+Cheesecake
■ TFA CGC, TFA Graham Clear, CAP NY Cheesecake
This combination makes up the cheesecake base.
■ CAP Sweet Cream
Contributes a "cheesy" texture with a little cream cheese filling. Also bestows weight to the mix.
■ FLV Blueberry Muffin
Used to add bottom ripeness to the huckleberry with a little texture to the graham.
■ FLV Strawberry
Used to append a fatty jammy depth to the berry while not muddling strawberry notes.
■ TFA Huckleberry
Use this sh*t with a light hand. Not kidding. Goes perfume quickly. Less is more with this bad boy. In this revision I felt it was the best level for prominence while meshing with the creamy tart notes.
■ CAP Super Sweet
Obviously cheesecake is sweet.
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