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I LOVE Boysenberry...especially the SMUCKERS Boysenberry Syrup...so when I first bought Dinner Lady's Blackberry Crumble I was in heaven, it taste so much like that Smuckers Syrup to me I can't get enough. This is my first trial, it is definitely not exact BUT I can tell I am on to something. Got to get the Crumble down and the Buttery flavor but the fruit is very close with the one FLV Boysenberry. I will be trying to perfect it over these next few weeks of Quarantine...God Bless Everyone...Love to all...Kim Still a very good Boysenberry Cream right now but I can make it better.
Here’s the next offering in my Majesty Reserve line of custards. This time it’s a butter cookie custard.
This was my first use of JF biscuit after hearing so much about it, and how much better it performed and tasted in mixes than INW. Needless to say, I won’t be making use of INW biscuit anymore after this. JF biscuit and FA cookie make up the butter cookie component of the mix. I added TPA butter into the fold to increase the rich butteriness of the cookie aspect.
FA and INW custard make up the custard base. They’re a match made in heaven, and INW shisha vanilla helps accentuate the vanilla notes even further.
To finished it off, FA marshmallow gives it body and thickness, and CAP SS sweetens the mix to really drive home the profile of a custard infused with loads of butter cookie bits and crumbles.
I was intending on letting this sit for a 14 day steep, but I couldn’t resist any longer, so I cracked it open at 10 days and loaded it into my Kennedy 25. I think ten days will suffice for a steep time.
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.
This is a perfect butter cookie recipe, just like grandma makes around the holidays! I wanted to center it around the TFA Butter and build it from there, for me it’s the best way to imitate a bit of salt to bring out the other flavors. The shortbread helps dry it out and make it a drier, crumbly cookie. The butter cream and white chocolate help to smooth it out and add in some flavor that sits deep in the cookie flavors and tastes baked. Supersweet can be adjusted to your liking but I believe .5% is ideal to keep it a tad savory. Made for sub ohm tanks or rda, for a pod system I would ramp up the flavoring to 20%. Steep isn’t needed however time will bring out the subtle nuances of the flavors.
Perfect amount of cinnamon spiced snickerdoodle cookie. Dry enough to define the cookie but wet enough with the butter in there to keep you coming back for more. Definitely a lip licker. Cookies are so hard to nail down but this exceeds the mark. Perfect off a shake, steep time isn’t needed but doesn’t hurt either.
Absolutely in love with this recipe
Equal parts Graham crackers and thick, rich custard
The Graham crackers take a couple of days to come through but the custard takes a full two weeks to mature. It’s well worth the wait though as the custard just laps up the side of the dark crunchy crackers with it’s sweet luxuriousness.
The custard is based around FA custard prem with the Bavarian cream and Creme Brulee to back it up and the FW Graham Cracker is the main cracker note with the butter and brown sugar (FLV Caramel) to back that up
I’m so happy I made this as it's not only become my ADV but my favourite liquid. I can’t stop vaping it
Edit, I’ve cranked the caramel up to 1% as I forgot that that’s how high I had it originally and it’s better that way. It just adds a touch more darkness which makes all the difference
Thanks to all the people who have mixed it
This is one of those that I made, tried and didn't like, then left alone for 5 weeks and tried again, and it was WONDERFUL! Best banana bread recipe I have tried yet. Then again, with TFA Banana Nut Bread it's really hard to go wrong.
TFA Banana Nut Bread : obviously the star of the show. Such a great flavor, only needs a little help.
FA Cookie: to fill out the sweet "baked" flavor
TPA Butter: because butter
FA Meringue: for a sweet hint of frosting
FA Hazelnut to add to the nuttiness
and finally the flavor that has to steep in to be good...
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl V2: this is for a hint of cinnamon, however after the shake it is still a bit overpowering imo. however, after a few weeks it works great!
Definitely recommend letting this one steep a bit, not exactly sure how long is best. Gonna say to start at 2 weeks and go from there.
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