Flavor Profile: additive bakery custard dairy dessert vanilla
Used in 5115 recipes at an average of 2.137%.
Test batch for Tea and Biscuits with Alterna. For Alterna mixing ratios follow these guidelines:
For your preferred level of nicotine measure PRECISELY 5 times the amount you would use in nicotine:
Just measure the Alterna out at 15% in the calculator as you would if it was nicotine (Strange, I know)
Accompanying video testing Alterna: https://youtu.be/XNgTqMEFzkI
Somewhat based on or at least derived from Pillow Talk by enyawreklaw. I made Pillow Talk, but I found the Peppermint too weak and did not like the cream flavor from the Vanilla Bean Gelato. I was looking for a light creamy vanilla with a firm peppermint flavor.
TPA Peppermint is a much stronger and better tasting Peppermint IMHO - I tried different levels and settled on this as the best, but YMMV
CAP Simply Vanilla and TPA Vanilla Swirl provides a very light vanilla creamy note to the recipe
FA Meringue and FA Cream Fresh adds mouthfeel and bolsters the creaminess of the Vanilla Swirl
TPA Marshmallow is used for sweetness and fullness with little to no Marshmallow flavor
EM (Cotton Candy) adds a little more perceived sweetness. One could argue that TPA Marshmallow already provides enough EM, and that may be true and worth further investigation. I don't notice any off flavors with this EM addition
I found steeping this for 7 days minimum works the best to smooth out the peppermint and raise the cream up.
A simple rootbeer float.
FW Rootbeer Float- Reminds me most of mug rootbeer. Over all its a good rootbeer, light on the float and light on the wallet. 😉
TFA Vs/FW VBIC- FW'S VBIC sits nicely in the background adding sweetness and works with VS's soft serve qualities.
CAP Marsh- Used to add mouthfeel with out distracting the rootbeer. Feel free to sub your preferred marsh.
Good SNV, though it can be a little throaty. If it's to harsh, give it a week and the creams will come out a little more. Sweeten if desired.
(B)adly (R)eductive (S)tarburst (T)est
Pink, Yellow, and Orange all at once. Decent balance of sweet, tart, waxy, and thick.
Nothing exotic and pretty damn cheap to put together as well.
Released as part of MixLife #31 about SImple Recipes. Check it out on the youtube. It's the truth.
FW Starburst Type is the same thing as their star candy and will probably have at least 4 more names before they feel like they won't get sued. It's pretty spot on to the taste of a mouthfull of starbursts. It does tend to be a bit citrus heavy and sharp, and it basically has no body to it. TPA Strawberry cranks up the pink a bit, and the maltol helps round the edges off the lemon and orange from FW Starburst. TPA Vanilla Swirl is life, basically. Lends some thickness and waxiness to the body of the starburst, along with contributing a really, really slight creamish vibe. Also, it helps all of the brutal force muting going on here. TPA Marshmallow is basically there to further enhance mouthfeel, sweeten, and join in on the force muting beatdown.
You want sweetener? Knock yourself out. Profile should take it pretty well. I'm cool with the sweetness level already but some people just can't be helped.
Fine-ish off a shake but it really benefits from giving it a couple days to let some the citrus mellow out and the mix develop some texture.
ADDICTION WARNING: THIS SHIT IS GOOD
This turned out to be quite enjoyable. It was an earlier rendition of Blue Doh that got super steeped. After stumbling upon the steeped test mix I was amazed and immediately began to share online. Check it out if you have all the flavors. No notes for this one as they kind of got erased after developing Blue Doh, But I do certainly suggest you mix this up.
This is sweet corn bread dipped in vanilla pudding recipe.
Made on "Live Mixing: Sweet Corn Bread Puddin Vapes"
Another donut? Yes. Homer can't get enough of these things. I hadn't tried formulating a Blueberry style donut before but I had WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough on hand and thought....
Self: What can we do with this?
Other Self: Well.. It's dough you dipshit! A friggin' donut!
Self: Alrighty then, Behavioral therapy it is.
So this flavor needs a bit of a steep to allow the complexities of the bakery elements to meld together, But the aroma right away will make you glad you mixed this up. Enjoy :)
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