Used in 11842 recipes at an average of 3.058%.
Sweet bourbon cream with
notes of spicy vanilla and toffee.
“Inspired by a Native American name for a white snowshoe rabbit,” Nooku is a new bourbon cream made with only two ingredients — bourbon and real cream.
"Look for a pale cream color and a heavy, milk-like consistency in Nooku's original Bourbon Cream. There's a familiar dairy aroma with light-eggy, rich, and spicy vanilla notes. On the palate, the milkiness of the liqueur prevails, but the more you sip, the easier it is to locate the whiskey flavor and hints of toffee. It has a nice texture, though it does go on the side of creamy with only a slight touch of whiskey heat".
TPA Kentucky Bourbon and TPA VBIC are well known friends, but i didnt want too much ice cream flavour so 2% is enough to add light-egg and vanillla.
The addition on FLV cream turns this to a velvety milky cream, that coats your palate.
VTA Toffe ice Cream adds creamy and buttery toffee notes, while FLV Vanilla bean reinforces the vanilla notes turning them deeper and spicier.
MIX & STEEP :
60/40 is best so it does not get too thick.
Yo can SnV but after 3-5 days it's where it starts to be what is supposed to.. so leave it as much as you need from there it only will get better (+15 days is best)
Was going for for something banana split like, but it turned into this delicious banana's and ice cream flavor. Steep time required. Tested again after 7 days and this is far better than after a s&v.
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Welcome,,, A Work in Progress
Just picked a few flavors and going to see what I can do. May Delete and/or Add. I know with apples,,, Pretty much any other fruit will go...
Cotton candy,,, not really a sweetener, just kinda acts like one. May add 0.5% super sweet to lift. decided to add super sweet,,, not so much for sweet, but for a smigh of citric.
I wanted to make a good ass red holiday pie. Rhubarb being the main thought leading into this journey. The other was Game of Thrones. My friend is about 3 episodes away from her world bein rocked and it brought some inspiration to my mixing table lmao
CAP rhubarb sitting comfy at 2.5% is perfect, at 3% it sorta took over the recipe, was very bright. I backed that up with FA raspberry at 1% and CAP sweet currant at 1% originally but i bumped it a smidge to 1.2% play more alongside the rhubarb. Adding in FLV apple filling at .8% to this adds some spice notes as well as a baked apple "vibe" to bring the other fruits all together into more of a cooked pie filling. I kept it low because of the addition of rich cinnamon and granola, and didn't want this bogged down by spices either.
The "pie crust" here is made from a combination of WF sugar cone and WF crispy wafer. I wanted something sweet but light and "crunchy", and 2% CW backing up 2.4% SC really blends into this delicious sweet sort of wafer-cone cookie addition.
FLV granola at .4% and FLV rich cinnamon at .2% add the cumbly crust on top. A cinnamony baked oat addition that really adds to the recipe.
2.4% tpa vanilla bean ic, 3% lb vanilla ice cream and 1% fresh cream are an optional "a la mode", does not need to be in the recipe, but creams things up and adds another dimention if you'd like.
I used 1% flv sweetener in this.
I recommend a 1 week steep for everything to calm and blend together perfectly. But it is vapeable after a day.
don't listen to me, let this sit a month ;)
Love y'all! Hope you enjoy this :)