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FLV Boysenberry is a dark, slightly acidic, syrupy berry. It doesn't have many off notes and its easy to pick it out in a mix. It makes a really nice fruit topping/compote for this cheesecake recipe.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake has a really good balance of both the graham crust and cheesecake notes. It's the most accurate cheesecake flavor available. It makes a really nice base for any cheesecake recipe. It needs a moderate amount of steeping for the flavor to develop.
TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust doesn't have much cheesecake but it a really nice buttery graham crust. I like ALOT of graham in my cheesecake so feel free to drop this down to 0-2% if you're not in to that.
FW Bavarian Cream is rich and buttery smooth. For me the dairy note is perfect for a cheesecake. It also has a really pleasant light vanilla note that i just love.
FW Sweetener is perfect for cheesecakes imo as you get alot of the sweetness from the exhale. 1% is fairly sweet so feel free to adjust to taste.
This is a new york cheesecake with slices of fresh strawberry and lime on top. Made for this weeks episode of Mixin Vixens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eObxv12Zy4&feature=youtu.be
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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
The Cheesecake/Ice Cream layer is nice and thick, heavy and rich which lingers on your tong for a long time after each draw. The biscuit crust backs it up very nicely and encapsulating the whole thing is the satisfying and dark RY4
In this day and age the amount of flavouring might seem a lot but but each one is here for a reason and the recipe (for my pallet) really works. I took some inspiration from Brian Rileys “Cannoli Be One Rmx” and “John Nathan’s Pesonal RY4” which I really love. These recipes push the levels of flavouring to a luxurious level which I really enjoy
The contrast between the RY4 and the creams is so stark that IMO it needed a lot of blending to bring them together to smooth out the hard edge of the RY4 and make it work with the Ice Cream/cheesecake. All of the different elements in this recipe work together to achieve this
I’m the early days of its creation I started out with something very different so I made some drastic changes and Suddenly hit on something which made me jump up and down with excitement. After that I made many variations on this until I went full circle and came right back to first “good version” and found with a few small tweaks it really needed nothing more. I experience a full bodied experience with a beginning, body and finish with a dense mouth feel
I put the steep at 10 days which it absolutely needs, before that it is watery and flat but after 10 days the transformation is night and day. It gets suuuuper thick, heavy and full with a really prominent and pleasing mouth feel. Also the RY4 blends and mellows into its true form. It really is surprising how much it changes in this time so if you mix it please don’t get disheartened before giving it the full amount of time
To test I used a Single coil flavour RDA (Hussar RDA 2.0) with a tri core alien on a mech squonker at 0.24 ohms
This as close as I can get to the recipe. I’ve learned the secret ingredient.Its Chemnovatic flavors. Lemon Cream Wafer at 3.5%. This flavor is not listed on all the flavors yet. But it’s the key ingredient in it. The other flavors are just the help it needs. It’s good off the shake but after 4 days you really start to taste everything. I’m not sure if it’s going to allow me to save a flavor it doesn’t have yet. So YOU MUST READ THIS for this recipe to work. So take out the lemon cream and switch it to the lemon cream wafer.