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FLV green tea?
forest fruit 1.5-2%
I've been wanting to try some of OSDIYS' blends (ordered all, except for the licorice ) and grab some tobacco absolute to have around, so enter sale code... Wee!
Received my BCF order yesterday, so I'll be organizing those... I am ready... I think...
CRAP! I forgot the Blue Rasp Slush and the Arnold Palmer... Totally forgot they are in another category.
If they have not sent the order yet, you can place another order and in the notes asks for the new order be put with the original. And I would email them asking Kim to combined the 2 orders. I know she has done this in the past.
I should be getting all my flavors on the 5th, Thursday. Since we've got a new mailman, our mail doesn't come until late in the day.
I did already buy the new containers. So, by Thursday night I should be re-organizing my containers to fit everything in.
Oh, I don't think I can wait! Maybe I'll go ahead and organize today! I'll just pretend the new flavorings are here and leave empty spots for them! Yup, that's the ticket!
I don't get sweet at all from Citrus Mix. It's just an all around citrus booster for me. I don't have lime so if I want a little lime I use it. If an orange isn't coming forward enough I add a little Citrus Mix.
TFA. But ty
You're not normal if you don't forget something
Chocolate is new for me. Do you have a recommendation for % for the white chocolate and raspberry? Is it snv or steep for???
Here's a recipe from Capt. Shay using Forest Fruit. There are several people on ECF who regularly make it.
Berry Berry Good
If you just placed your order...I'd give OSDIY a call about forgetting the 2 others you wanted. Usually, she'll have you place another order for them, and they'll combine both orders together for shipping. You'll need to pay the S/H for the second one, but Kimberly will issue a credit to your account for it then. Give it a try!
ETA: Her husband is pretty quick with packing orders for shipment though, so you'll want to call ASAP.
Well...a bunch of posts hadn't shown up when I posted the above. Sorry S&S, I didn't see yours at all until I refreshed the screen.
Well, I just bought more flavors from BullCity. NR lost out cause I don't want to lose the discounts and free shipping from BCV. I was gonna give them a shot, but........
Now I gotta go buy some more cases from Amazon cause currently the ones I have are already full.
From now on if I don't have what is in the recipe I want to try, I either don't make it or sub something else for it.......enablers......yep, no doubt about it. LOL
No problem JC. You gave better advise cause calling is quicker than email.....and yeah, they are fast shippers. lol
Thank you. I can see that one is sweet but I can tweak
I haven't used white chocolate. What brand is it?
I started with 2% tasters to get an idea of their flavor and strength.
I have and the starting percentages I use:
INW Chocolate Cream 2%
TFA Double Chocolate Clear 4%
FA Chocolate 3%
My chocolate raspberry is all Inawera 3% Raspberry and 2% Chocolate Cream.
Orange tootsie uses 4% TFA Double Chocolate (clear) and 1% Chocolate Cream. That one took a lot of tweaking.
Andies Candies was right on the first try. It's 3% of the TFA.
Peppermint Patty taster was 3% FA Chocolate, but Andies Candies won so it never got tweaked.
I think before I decided chocolate raspberry was a hit I tried the trick of adding a little raspberry to the strawberry. I'm not sure if I've tasted that since I mixed 30ml of the chocolate raspberry.
Just did. I don't know what it is, the strawberry I have (TFA, not ripe) doesn't seem to work with chocolate. It wants to be good I just can't get it there.
I think chocolate does good with some steeping. Like a tobacco or coffee.
My notes from sft:
Citrus Mix (Sicilian Mix)
A non-sweet citrus mix with grapefruit being the predominant flavor. The primary flavor is tart, freshly squeezed grapefruit. This is a mix of grapefruit, lemon, orange, and mandarin, heavy on the tart grapefruit. This is another one that is good for brightening up other citrus flavors without adding sweetness. Use at 1.5 to 2% in a mix.
VT white chocolate. I may mix a small bottle with raspberry and let it chill for a while. TY for the guidance. It gives me an idea of where to start
I should have ordered a regular chocolate too. I’m thinking that would be good with the fig. Would need to add a brighter fruit with it . Hmmmmm
Just thinking of the real tastes white might take less aging. It seems smoother in real life.
Guess I'd better do a tester.
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