Pretty much what the title says, it's a Samoa cookie shake. Don't look for a heavy cookie note, as you may not get it. I was moreso looking for the gooey part of the cookie which is a caramel/coconut/buttery concoction on the top layer of the cookie. This recipe is very sweet, as the picture would imply so also be aware of that. All that being said, I think it's good. Definitely reminds me of the GS cookies.
I mix low percentage wise, you will probably need to increase up to double what I did
The FW lemonade is the Natural version. Also, add sweetener to your preference. I added 2 drops of FW Sweetener for my 6 ml. I called this red lemonade and not strawberry lemonade because I don't really get strawberry from King. It's a non-descript "red" flavor. (it's supposed to be black currant but I don't really get that either)
I wanted to do a peanut butter pie similar to the one you can get at Outback Steakhouse occasionally. (not sure when it's "in season") It's a creamy peanut butter pie that's very rich and uses Nutter Butter in their crust instead of graham. It's not 100% that... but it's very good.
This does become richer with a week+ steep but it's pretty good after a day.
To me this tastes just like the Tazo Passion Tea you can get at Starbucks. It does need a few days steep for all the flavors to marry well.
*I diluted FLV Rich Cinnamon to a 10% dilution and used 0.25% as it is a VERY strong flavor and I needed the slightest hint of cinnamon to make this taste like this particular tea... but you can omit it if you don't have/like it.