Bumbleberry (SC) - WF Flavour Notes

Bumbleberry (SC)

*This flavour was provided by Chefs Flavours

Tested @2%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a R200 with a Bonza 0.14-ohm dual coil Flaptons.

Manufacturers Description “What’s bumbleberry, you ask? You might think that it’s a weird kind of fruit, but bumbleberry is a variety of fruits from the berry family — wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries! Berry lovers will adore this super concentrated flavouring! You might think that you’ll be overwhelmed with the tartness and sweetness, but this concentrated flavouring is balanced and absolutely delicious.”

SnV

This to me, tastes like a cross between Blackberry and Raspberry with a slight boysenberry taste with a lightly sticky mouthfeel and a very faint floral

7 Day Steep

No change

24 Day Steep

Some fading no other change to the profile

31 Day Steep

No change

Suggested Usage

I’d use this 0.5%-1% as an accent, 1%-2% as a background flavour, 2%-3% as the main flavour

If you wanted this stand-alone, I’d suggest 3%-5%

I’d use with Cream, Fruit, Bakery, Vanilla, Beverages, Custard and Chocolate

Summary

This is a strong berry flavour that, to me, is a cross between a fresh and tart raspberry, blackberry and boysenberry, the boysenberry imparts a sticky almost jam like mouthfeel, use this as an accent in a mixed berry profile to add some depth and a sticky mouthfeel, used as an accent this may also turn darker fruits into a Jam, this will work well in most profiles for a darker mixed berry jam.

Wonder Flavours Recommended usage: - 1%-4%


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