Exotica Appl (Flavor Book Entry Recipe)


This is a Fuji apple recipe with accents of green apple and a strong influence of Watermelon, that's crisp and refreshing
This is a recipe made for "(CAP) Fuji Apple" FlavorBook Entry

% Vendor Flavor
5%
(CAP) Fuji Apple
0.5%
(TPA) Dragonfruit
0.5%
(INW) Pear
0.5%
(INW) Two Apples
3%
(FLV) Watermelon
0.5%
(CAP) Super Sweet

 

 

This recipe was made after an extensive use of CAP Fuji Apple. I found it a wonderful apple flavoring that does best when paired with other fruits, especially that have a fun exotic edge to them. Fuji Apple, Dragonfruit, Green Apple, and Watermelon all make up the profiles of this recipe.

 

Flavor Notes:

CAP Fuji Apple: In this recipe, the Fuji apple is really the glue to all the other fruits. Because the ingredient has somewhat of a "generic" fruity flavor it's easy to use as a blank canvas to build upon. 5% is used to make sure its flavor is infused in every facet of the recipe.

TFA Dragonfruit: This ingredient is used to boost the CAP Fuji's top note and allow it to add a more vibrancy to the recipe. It's "emulsifying" properties also blend in the watermelon to the apple creating an interesting and exciting flavor profile

INW Pear / INW Two Apples: These two flavoring are used to help add more apple to the mix. The pear adds more of that mealy apple texture, but also just a touch of juiciness. And the Two Apples gives the mix some of that fun tart green apple flavor that's missing from Fuji.

FLV Watermelon: This flavoring is the star of the mix. It adds tropicality to the mix and creates a more fun profile. I like pairing watermelon with apple to give the watermelon texture that flavorings usually lack. But in this case, I'm using watermelon to add more of a vibrant candied flavor to the apple. I like it at 3%, but feel free to drop it lower for a more apple focused flavor.

 

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