Bitters - VTA Flavour Notes
Tested @ 2%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic
Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w
Manufacturers description – “Our latest product to assist in creating a bitters flavour taste with a bitter mouthfeel. This product is suspended in PG and comes in liquid form ready to use in your next ejuice recipe that’s seeking an authentic bitter note.”
Light flavour that’s very similar to tonic water with a definite bitter taste and a hint of floral at the end of the vape7 day steep
14 day steep
28 day steep
No Change. Although light in flavour that bitterness really pops out, this has a wet mouthfeel, the florals are too light for me to be able to identify.
I’d use this as an Accent 0.5%-2%, Background 2%-3%, Main 3%-5%.
This is quite a light flavour similar to tonic water bit instead of a quinine bitterness the bitterness is similar to that of a bergamot without the orange taste. I believe this will work more like an additive in a mix to bring out or enhance the bitterness of flavours, I would start off low and work your way up as there is a risk of turning your mix very bitter. I believe this is supposed to be similar to Angostura bitters, however I have never tasted Angostura bitters so am unable to comment on it’s authenticity to this flavour.
I’d use this primarily in beverage and fruit mixes however this may work in some dessert mixes.
VTA recommended usage - 1%-5% as a guideVTA TIP: Steep for 24hrs then test again to ensure it’s the level of bitterness you’re looking for.
Light flavour that’s very similar to tonic water with a definite bitter taste and a hint of floral at the end of the vape