Used in 1283 recipes at an average of 1.882%.
Caramel Candy Milk
(Biscuit/Caramel Candy/Cream/Dairy-Milk/Milk & Honey/Sweetener)
Let it steep for a week. At least a week to knock your sox off! The longer it steeps the tastier it becomes. Follow the recipe to replicate, different vendor ingredients will probably score different taste juice.
Feel free to crank up caramel candy in case you have a hole in your sox. I found it working just right for me at 3%.
i've been trying to create the perfect vanilla pudding and i've gone through a ton of different flavours and combinations.Nothing worked so far.Every pudding flavour or vanilla cream combination was missing something or brought notes to the recipe which would take away from the profile.
Then it hit me,the solution to all my problems.The revelation..CAP Fucking Sugar cookie!
The combination with TPA VBIC gives me the pudding flavour i've been looking for.It sits under the VBIC and gives it some thickness and some distinct sweetness.It also lends some texture to the pudding,which sells it even more.JF Bavarian Cream is just there to close the gap in between those two flavours.TPA Diary/Milk obviously adds some more of a dairy note .
You can add some sweetener if you like but i like it just how it is.
Enjoy and let me know what you think
This Vanilla Chai Latte needs no introduction...
Chai Tea (Cap): The go-to for the main profile. Does it pretty well without having any kind of off notes. Does need some help becoming a latte of course.
Dairy Milk (TFA): the milk, in the latte.
Graham Cracker v2 (Cap): used to give the profile more of a sweet brown sugar effect. Can not sub for v1, as v1 has much more body to it.
Super Sweet (Cap): optional, but preferred in this recipe.
Toasted Marshmallow (TFA): this is what makes the mix in my opinion, this is used to add some froth to the latte. Does a great job at that in this recipe, it’s delicious.
Vanilla Custard v1 (Cap): this is simply used for its body in this recipe. At 3% it adds some vanilla to the latte without taking over and turning it into a custard.
Needs at least 3 days to steep for the flavors to settle down.
This recipe has been an easy ADV for me. Let me know what you all think!
This is my recipe for the DIY Mixers Crew milk challenge
Why did I name it Queen Catherine?
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