Used in 340 recipes at an average of 1.878%.
The Description: Strawberry Christmas cake is one Japan's most beloved holiday traditions, made with fluffy sponge cake (Fluffy White Cake), whipped cream (Vanilla Whipped Cream ), and strawberries (Strawberry Gummy and Strawberry Shortcake). Starbucks holiday beverage is inspired by the sweet confection, made with steamed milk (Milk Fresh), strawberry compote, and white mocha syrup (VT Love), finished with whipped cream, strawberry topping, and crushed biscuit. I can't taste strawberry very well so this is it from me. I use an RDA 0.17 Ohms 55 watts.
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MaxSavage suggested this profile based on a dessert created by master pastry chefs while he worked in the service industry. This profile takes a lemon tart and makes it a bit more interesting by caramelizing the top to a golden brown. Full flavor notes on DEVELOPED Episode 37 at https://youtu.be/oZKXD5yRJ1c .
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A cookies and cream recipe. It 's a fluffy buttery cookie with a thick cream on top.
The cookie consists of INW Biscuit stone, VT Biscuit Base, WF Brown Sugar Cookie SC and WF Shortbread Cookies SC. The INW Biscuit gives the base of the biscuit with its well-known buttery flavor. The WF Shortbread Cookies provides the very fluffy feel to the cookie, but to balance it out and tighten it a little I added a VT Biscuit Base. Brown Sugar Cookie gives bass to the stone with slightly sweeter notes like black sugar over darker dough (oatmeal - biscuit?).
The cream consists of TPA Bavarian Cream at 2% where it starts and gives caramel notes,, WF Caramel Butter, VT Pudding Base where it acts as a bridge with its biscuit notes, but also rounds the biscuit and cuts the very rough texture. Last but not least, VT Sweet Cream that slightly lightens the creams and spreads them to the recipe. VT Cookies and Cream is the perfect bridge for this kind of recipes.
Kourabiedes is a delicious traditional Greek treat, packed with the aromas of fresh butter and roasted almonds and garnished with luscious layers of icing sugar. Hopefully when you eat this one you don't cough from inhaling all the icing sugar like I always do in real life!!
Top: Powdered Sugar, Frosting
Bridge: Almond Cookie,
Body: Biscuit, Cookie, Shortbread Cookie, Cookie Butter, Almond Custard
Steep 6 days or more.
Best suited for RDA.
A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.
Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.
The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.
The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.
I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)
If you like what I do and this recipe then please rate and review :)
My first attempt at a recipe using all Wonder Flavours. Needs some time to steep to get all the elements to align nicely.
Butter tart and shortbread cookie provide a nice buttery biscuit base, whilst the cookie crust also helps bridge the gap along with the cocoa to provide the chocolate.
Milk caramel candy is more than suitable to provide the gooey caramel layer.
Made on "Mixing With Me Mates" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDYR-KpaUDo
Is it an Iced VoVo? Is it Wonderwoman ? Or is it something else ? "You Galah" ! , Pippa! lol
What it is, is delicious AF. 17ml in 2 days since mixing it and not really allowing it to steep tells me I could be on to somesing.
( I will steep the final 3 ml maybe lol)
Seriously though, I wanted an Iced Vo VO in a vape. This is a simple yet delicious biscuit we enjoy downunder that is topped with marshmallow, jam & is dusted generously with desiccated coconut. Sounds simple enough right? This is a profile I have tried to do before but can never seem to hit the mark. I know many others who have tried as well and while may have come close have missed the mark as I have to. The challenges are the right biscuit flavor and texture, the right marshmallow, jam, & coconut while attempting to keep all flavors separated enough that you get the mouthfeel and nuances of each.
There are two heroes here that make this possible I think.
1/ The WF shortbread Cookie teaming up with the JF Biscuit really work well together.
2/ VT Desiccated Coconut is brilliant in replicating that "coconut between your teeth" like experience.
The marshmallow was always going to be TFA as it offers a sweet similar texture to the real thing I find.
The combination to replicate the jammy stripe was a bit more challenging due to a non obvious jam flavour, however
past single flavour testing has paid dividends to help me identify some similarities. The unlikely decision to use Purilum Raspberry
low at 0.5% was made by getting a final back note that is so reminiscent of the real thing on my pallet especially when combined with
the lovley Syrupy JF Sweet Strawberry & kisssed with VT Raspberry Jam. I will be interested to see how things meld over time here as I
suspect there may be some changes. However off the shake is very lovely!!
Give it a go if you like & let me know what you think, am I a galah? Probably lol but I enjoyed mixing this!
If you mixed this let me know what you think, meanwhile keep mixing & love lots!!!
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