The Rose Milk Recipe Scavenger Hunt

The Hunt

Rose Milk is a recipe I created to satisfy my needs for a “perfect” strawberry and cream recipe. While it’s not “perfect” in my opinion (there’s still a LOT of work to be done with Strawberry Flavorings to nail the perfect S&C), it is fucking delicious and many people have been enjoying the fruits of my labor by purchasing the One-Shots over at ECX. This is the ONLY One-Shot where the recipe has not been publicly released. I did so because I wanted to release the recipe in a very unconventional way, contrasting the conventional flavor profile. So I devised a plan that will probably infuriate many, but also release the recipe, as I said.

The plan is a scavenger hunt. Through the next couple months I will be dropping the flavorings and their percentages throughout the content I produce. They will be VERY difficult to find, and only the most hardcore DIYorDIE fans will be able to uncover the recipe. I will use the entire website, all the videos, all the podcasts, all the instagram/twitter posts, all the LiveMixing videos, all the One-Shots, everything I’ve ever created, at my disposal, to hide the flavorings and their percentages. And it’s up to you, all of you, to find them. If I find that it’s too difficult for you all to find the flavorings, I may start to drop hints and clues. But don’t count on any clues for months ahead. If you want the recipe, I suggest you start looking.

The Rules

What If I Find An Ingredient?

If you find a piece to the recipe, post the flavoring, percentage, and where you found it it in the comments or on the Mixer’s Collective for all to see. Once a piece is uncovered, I will mark it down below, on this page.

Will We Know When All the Ingredients Are Found?

Once all ingredients are uncovered, I will announce it and the recipe will be released on the site for everyone, for free. I will not release the recipe until all ingredients are found. I will NOT release the recipe until all ingredients are found.

Will ingredients be hidden under members only content?

Maybe, maybe not.

Do enhancers and sweeteners count as ingredients?


Why Are You Making Such a Big Deal Out Of This?

Because I’ve released countless recipes before, and I wanted to do something new and fun for the site. If you don’t like it, tough shit.



 CAP Sweet Strawberry 4% Graeme Lindsey-Jones
HS French Vanilla Ice Cream 1% Lucas Perry

Remember to leave your findings in the comments below


  1. CAP Sweet Strawberry @ 4%
    It’s in the Flavor Talk: Apple video at 7:04 as the cap double apple graphic caption transitions off
    btw Wayne… the FW Apples captions are incorrect in this video (they read FA but should read FW).

  2. TFA Cheesecake graham crust 3%
    FA Vanilla whipped 3%
    “Strawberry” 6%
    Noted episode 7 thumbnail

    FA Red touch
    TFA juicy peach dx
    FW raspberry
    All linked to the word “rose” on ECX

    Ill even extrapolate that FA red touch is 2% given the 6% “strawberry” clue and sweet strawberry takes up 4% of that. .5% for both raspberry and peach. Theres a .5% of a mystery flavor shown on the noted thumbnail and thats the proper percentage for enhancing yet not tasting.

  3. Tfa- Strawberry Ripe 1%

    Tfa- Strawberry 2%

    Lmao, Idk but im Having a blast either way, let em beg while you make them pay! Lmao

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