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Fling yourself back to the 90's when Seinfeld made PEZ popular again (If you don't get the reference, you're either too young, or not a Seinfeld fan).
This recipe is super accurate. Now you may ask, "Which PEZ flavor did you make?". Well, there's a bit of a difference of opinion on that question. Some people say that PEZ is some sort of undefined fruit flavor, whether it be a red PEZ or a blue one, they all taste the same. Others say "No No, they do have a different flavor depending on the color!" Well, we'll leave that debate alone for now and just say that this recipe represents a PEZ base candy flavor. You could most definitely add a pineapple to this, a grape, or any linear fruit to customize it. But, own it's own, this recipe really does and feel and taste like a PEZ. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/777mgdKXJ4I . Spoiler alert: we had a bit of fun with this episode and stylized this episode to look like a 90's era sitcom. We hope you enjoy it.
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This is one of my favorite recipes to date, i've changed a lot since i first started on it but now I'm very happy with it.
Ridiculously accurate dragonfruit/mango iced tea with a twist of lemon, take a load off in the summer heat with a nice puff of this stuff, you wont regret it.
If you like menthol/eucalyptus in your vapes, try this recipe but with berry cooler at 1-2%.
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Tastes a bit like dragonfruit, and otherwise it's just a really fruity delicious flavor. I like my juices sweet so I added 0.5% Super Sweet, but if you like less sweet juices it will do just fine without that. This is my first mix made without any prior recipes, so i'm ready for some feedback. I personally really like it.
This is a different kind of macaron. Imagine a peach flavoured meringue with an almond butter filling and you're pretty close to the flavour of this recipe.
You don't see almond in the ingredients but it's there, details below.
I think the super sweet could go higher, perhaps 0.5-0.75% but I've yet to try that out.
The idea behind this recipe is to extract the components of a macaron with what I have on hand.
The two peaches and the dragonfruit all contain benzaldehyde, the molecule that gives an almond flavour. Having all three fairly high brings a strong almond note.
The meringue is well... The meringue.
The peaches were the only fruits I have on hand that I know definitely contain benzaldehyde. I don't want this to be juicy like a drink but to have the essence of peach, so the regular peach is higher than the juicy. The juicy peach is more "peachy" than the other however, so I think it's needed.
The dragonfruit also contains triethyl citrate to blend the fruits with the meringue and generally act as an emulsifier and is especially high to contribute as much benzaldehyde (almond) as possible.
The glazed doughnut adds the sweet icing sugar note and the sweeteners the granulated sugar notes.
I'm very happy with how this turned out!