I've been hit and miss with creams and custards (I'm new to mixing) but this... mixed exactly as shown is fantastic! I'd say try it at 2% forest fruit mix before adding more because it's fantastic as is! well done.
This is the first recipe I mixed with Forest Fruit. I've mixed it many times since then, both for myself and others. I've tried it with Forrest Fruit at 2%, 3%, 3.5% and 4%; I found 3.5% to be the best concentration for me. Great in wattage, amazing in TC. The only reason i'm not giving 5 stars is I get an distracting off note every once in a while - I think its the marshmallow. Kind of caramellic/burnt sugar.
Very good stuff, thanks for sharing.
Not really a fan of this recipe unfortunately. I get a really strong
cinnamon off-note that I think is probably from the Marshmallow. Maybe it's just me that gets this note but it really overpowers the other flavors. I also don't get much berry in this recipe. Could be that my setup isn't ideal but it's a 2x Tricore Clapton in the BTFC.
Edit: After another week or so of steeping the berry was more pronounced but still kinda hidden behind the cream. The off-note subsided to some degree but I still found it present.
Not much to say here. Its simple, well balanced and to the point. Great off the bat but better after a few days. Nice when you need something quick to mix up thats full of flavor and easy on the wallet. I like a bit more berry so I bumped up FF to 3%. Just go ahead and mix this up!
Delicious, simple, not much else to say! Sometimes less is more, and this recipe is a great example of that. Seems like some recipes are unnecessarily overly complicated, it's nice to have a great recipe that is super easy to whip up a big batch.
Very simple and tasty berry and cream profile. For those wondering this is enough flavor for the forest fruit at 2% I was so surprised how much flavor it has for being such a low % over all. Just start at 2% you will see, I mixed this at Max VG, dual claptons SS on a tsunami if that helps. I highly recommend this juice.