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Remove the planetary and see if the noise vanishes, if not then you will need to open up the gearbox. It could be the pin retaining the fuse gear or maybe even the fuse gear itself failing. It seems unlikely though as you were only whipping cream and there is no effort in that.
20W-50 is good for muffling sounds in the motor. Depending on the loudness the ticking could be caused by Exhaust gaskets (o-rings) from the head to the head pipe(ticking sound ((at idle))and popping or backfiring on deceleration). When automatic cam chain adjusters are going bad you get a clicking sound, or worse, hydraulic valve lifters (for zero tolerance) going bad. Lifters tend to be a loud clacking sound.