This tastes great back of the hand and I am thinking I might vape it straight away although I'm sure a steep will do it alot of good due to the bakery notes. But yeah how can one go wrong with these ingredients right? LOL I put in country apple for a more baked apple flavor and the double apple to make it juicy then put in both tpa and cap custards just for the heck of it really and the tahitian vanilla cream because it is very good and then sugar cookie and biscuit for the crust - the vanilla and cinnamon should make it a bit more sharp I think we'll see. And the super sweet just to bring the flavors out.
Layered creams with kentucky bourbon green and double apple with some sweetener - should be good hmm? Okay so he said its too apple-y so I'm changing up this recipe. IDK if the edits show up as new recipes or what. But this is the revision - scrapping the green apple and adding country apple at a smaller amount.
I used double apple a bit more than green since green has such a bite to it but I think it will end up tasting like a green apple. And then added Cavendish which I just love and vanilla bacco which is nice and finally some dulche de leche to smooth it out plus sweetener which I'm not sure is necessary for this recipe but I know the person I'm making it for likes sweet plus I think it kinda acts like salt in that it brings out flavors. I've single tested cavendish at 3 and that is a good spot for it.
I wanted to make something with a bite in it with ry4 as it always seems so cloying to me. So added pomegranite and cranberry and then for a base creme and merengue and biscuit and pie crust and then added some toasted almond to make it more interesting and lemonade cookie because I figure cranberry needs a citrus with it but nothing necessarily strong. I think this probably is going to be too sweet for me and now I'm wondering why I needed to put cremes in this LOL Those might be cloying on their own. I think I will start over - but this is where I keep my recipes and who knows maybe this will be great.
This is fine to shake and vape - we'll see how it does later. I used yogurt and vanilla creme for a base then added some fruits. I really like cherry crush - it's not a strong cherry - more like a cherry punch- sweet and a bit candy-ish - although I haven't single-flavor tested it. But I've used it a couple times and it adds a nice flavor imo. Then lucky leprachaun and biscuit for some crunch - off the shake that doesn't come out yet.
Week 9 Challenge - dedicated to Emily - I am new to this game so I don't know her nickname but I think everyone knows who she is. I don't have sugar cone or waffle cone which she has been mentioning alot lately or at least in shows where I've seen her. Churro is my best next go to for a different kind of bakery.
This tastes great shake and vape - I hope it holds up to some steeping. I thought churro with orange and cream sounded good so I went for it and added a floral dash to it - straight away it's not obvious but the bergamot you can taste right off the bat even at such a small percentage and it adds a nice extra bitter-sweetness somehow. If you want something sweeter than this you could definitely bump up the super sweet. The biscuit is silverline but I don't see that here.