Apple Pop - FLV Flavour Notes

Apple Pop

Tested @ 1%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w

Manufacturer’s description – “Sweet red apple notes. Adds an excellent dimension to complex apple flavors”

SnV

Pressed apple juice, this isn’t a straight apple juice, this has another indeterminate flavour in the background. I’m hoping that this comes out more with a steep

7 day steep

The Cinnamon sugar has come out a little more along with a very slight pastry like note deep in the background.

14 day steep

The juiciness has now gone, this tastes like apple peel with a slight cider like taste, slightly sweet with a little candy like sourness at the end.

21 day steep

No change

27 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use this as a main 1%-2%, Background 0.5%-1%, Accent 0.1%-0.5%. Standalone 2%-3%.

I’d use with fruits, Bakeries, Cider types, Spices and possibly Creams and candy additives.

Summary

This was a strange one for me as it seemed to change so much from a SnV. This is like a mix of Apple Peels, green and red, with a slight juiciness to it that reminds me of cider, this is sweet at the start with a slight candy like sour on the end. My primary use for this would be as part of a cider mix this may also work well as part of an apple filling mix.

Flavorah recommended usage - Usage Rate: 0.50 – 5.00%


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