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capella vanilla custard v1

Discussion in 'Cakes, Sweets and Desserts' started by pal1dan, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. beastobadness

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    £1.44 for 15ml and it gets cheaper the more you order up to £9.00 for 100ml. So yeah not bad prices...will test the two against each other once I give them a steep
     
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    one month steep nice still reminds me of the creme caramel pots

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!beware coil killer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    My 200ml batch of cap VC v1 is coming up to two weeks old...the weekend will be it's first test in a dripper. I have to say the smell...OMG! Going off just the smell... I really don't know how it can improve anymore but it will be all in the tasting.
     
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    post back here when u do bud
     
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    I'm have 500mls of 7month aged v1 to crack open shortly,personally i find about 3-6 months they start to shine i cant imagine it starting to taste any worse after 7 months (fingers crossed)

    try putting a little away in a drawer or cupboard for a few more months and come bck to it then
     
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    7 months!!! OMFG I don't know how you stop yourself from blitzing it!

    With a custard I understand that they benefit from a minimum 4 week steep (the classic way...a dark place and a shake) and I would probably stretch to 8 weeks but damn...7 months...I just couldn't...life's too short.

    Do you really think Ambrosia let's their custard steep for that long?
     
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    It wasnt too bad i had slowly been making more than i needed each time i mixed untill i had enough of a surplus.

    i recall someone here who had a custard that was nearly 2 years old...thats what i call pactience.
     
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    Ive got 9/10 month caramel custard biscuit thats pretty black ( DARKER THE BETTER) and 60ml left of 6 month old Calicustard by SVC thats really really dark and tastes the absolute bees knees.
     
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    Come to think about it...back in the day when I was lung hitting 12mg (I know a bit daft but it worked at the time) I had a load of SCV callicustard which I didn't touch for nearly a year after dropping to 6mg (now on 3mg) but when I revisited MTL it was perfect in a Kayfun v3 mini. That was really dark but I think the nic strength probably contributed to the colour a bit.

    I think I remember reading somewhere that Tom used Cap VC v1 in his Callicustard. I really need to take a visit to mix shop and grab some concentrates for SVC.
     
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