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Wanted a different take on a dessert as well as a custard. I put a good amount of boysenberry in it so it can really come thru. The custard for that eggy component and the cheesecake for a little bit of cream cheese to amp up the custard and the butter for a little bit of richness and saltiness. Supersweet at 1% to draw out the berry on top of the custard so you get hit with berry up front and the custard on the back end. Made for tanks and rdas. Up the flavor percentage to 20 if you want a pod. Tested on a profile and couldn’t be more happy with it off a shake. As time goes on that eggy flavor will really start to come out.
I watch noted the other day @Alfredpudding mentioned that VTA Boysenberry was a straight on blue raspberry i had to try it out and F*ck man that was the missing link.
Lb Blue Raspberry is great but feels thin even at 8% but by adding 1.5-3% VTA Boysenberry you add more syrup without adding more water.
Wf Sour blue raspberry candy adds more blue raspberry flavour with candy texture while its a bit darker than LB's its really good.
1% Flv Berry blend is mainly to reinforce that berry background.
Add sweetener as desired i think it does better with 0.5% SS and 1% sweet candy, but it also goes really well with 0.75% Ss and no Sweet candy.
Ws-23 is optional i usually use it on my fruity mixes.
For any Brits around here you may be familiar with Robinsons Summer Fruits Squash. I was addicted to that stuff as a kid and tried to create a recipe that had a really sweet profile, but in a natural fruity way rather than sickly sweet. This is still a work in progress but I can't stop mixing this stuff so thought I'd make it my first shared recipe. It definitely has a floral note, which some may not like but is very much to my taste and the addition of LA Lemonade makes it more of a Robinsons Lemonade than a Robinsons Squash but given my new-found addiction to LA Lemonade I'm very pleased with this.
Some credits goes to mlNikon for the inspiration and Humanpuck as we have discussed flavors (he's making his own version - http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/145179)
The idea here I got from mlNikon when she once mentioned a croissant with jam she had made (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/95371#raspberry_jam_and_croissant_by_mlnikon).
I decided, that since I love jam and since I love croissants - why not make one too!
The choice of the jam was tricky, as I'm generally pretty tired of strawberry and raspberry this and that. I wanted something dark and deep.
So my obvious choice was blackberry, blackcurrant and boysenberry.
FA blackcurrant as it is potent like hell, so I keep it low and let VT Boysenberry do a little legwork.
In an attempt to make the "jam" a little more... jammy? I have set my heart in FA Maple Syrup. I feel it adds a little texture.
The FA Apple Pie has only one job and that is to bring a little crust to the croissants butter goodness.
CAP Graham Cracker is there for a little texture.