I actually forgot about this, but was pulling out my strawberry shortcake recipe and remembered that I found it on FlavourArt UK’s website on how to mix up their one shot concentrates. I thought I’d share for some of those that can’t find the Cornish Cream Tea and other flavor shots so they could make their own. Remember these are created as a one shot concentrate. They base this on 100% which makes it easy to figure out how to create a flavor shot to add to your recipes. Example of Cornish Cream Tea
To make this for your stash it would be 3.0% Cookie 3.5 Cream Fresh and 3.5 Strawberry Red Touch (Obviously all FlavourArt)
If it’s percentages, and you mix it at 5%, it would be 1.5% cookie, 1.75% cream fresh, 1.75% strawberry.
Rather than having to calculate each individual flavor percentage just whip up a 10-15ml bottle and go from there. These one shot recipes or ‘stones’ are used just like any other flavor concentrate. The 5% is a suggested starting point of the 3 combined flavors which total 100%. But any percentage, depending on your palate, will work. I’ve gone 8% on this one and it’s very good with Ice Cream or Custard recipes.
Yeah, this makes sense. Not all of us use the same percentages.
The image does say, sample at 5%, adjust
So to not confuse people, 5% = 1/20 of 100%… so 30%/20 = 1.5%, 35%/20 = 1.75%
Starting off with a 10% solution may not be to everybody’s liking. I’ve tried some of them and thought 5% was pretty strong, too strong for me. Of course, that will vary depending on the recipe you make.
LOL me messing up math is nothing unusual Delltrap so you’re probably right