Belgian Waffle - TFA Flavour Notes

Belgian Waffle

Tested @3%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons @ 130w

Manufacturers Description “This flavor is a bit ‘richer’ than our original waffle, more maple-y and is now 20% stronger”

***Note: Sometimes you might see crystals settling in the bottle. you can set the
bottle in a pan of hot water and they will melt back into the flavor.

1 Day Steep

This has a thick mouthfeel.

This has a slight chocolate taste with a syrupy quality at the start followed by a Maple syrup like taste with a slight floral back note accompanying the syrup, that floral note is almost honey like.

8 Day steep

No change

17 Day steep

The waffle taste is now starting to come through accompanied by the syrup/honey like taste that slight floral /perfume note is still present.

30 Day Steep

Increase in strength.

The chocolate type note has now steeped out and is replaced by a waffle taste, the waffle is sweet and slightly eggy almost batter like as if it has been slightly undercooked, the syrup follows shortly after and is stronger than the waffle taste, the syrup is very much like a maple syrup, the honey like floral note has now steeped out.

This still has a full mouthfeel; the waffle has a slightly under cooked texture to it with the syrup being strong and sticky.

Suggested Usage

I’d use this 0.5%-1% as an accent, 1%-2% as a background flavour, 2%-3% as the main note. If you wanted this as a standalone flavour I’d suggest 3%-5%.

Please note this is a strong flavour for TFA if used too high in a mix I believe this would dominate other flavours. Use with Creams, Ice creams, fruits and some bakery. Used as an accent in a mix I believe you would primarily get the maple syrup.

TFA recommend – None available


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