Butter Tart (SC) - WF Flavour Notes
Butter Tart (SC)
Tested @1% & 2%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine
Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons @ 130w.
Manufacturers Description “A warm and scrumptious Canadian pastry with an emphasis on the buttery goodness.”
2%:- Sour dairy taste followed by a peppery taste.
1%:- a Strong butter taste followed by a slight peppery taste and a slight hint of pastry.
7 Day steep
2%:- No change
1%:- No change
14 Day steep
2%:- No change
1%:- A strong buttery taste followed by a slight pastry note, the pepper like taste now only shows up on the tail end of the vape and should get covered in a mix. At the moment this is more of a butter than a butter tart as there is hardly any pastry/tart casing to it.
2%:- The initial sour dairy note has now steeped out, this is now a very strong butter with a slight pastry at the end of the vape, the pepper note has also steeped out. The mouthfeel is quite full with a slight greasiness, the same as if you had just eaten some butter.
1%:- The pepper note has now steeped out; the profile and mouthfeel are the same as at 2% except the butter taste isn’t as strong and a less greasy mouthfeel.
2%:- The butter taste has reduced in strength and the pastry taste has increased making this more balanced, I’m not sure how authentic the taste is as I have never had a butter tart.
Butter Tart (SC) Continued
The mouthfeel isn’t as greasy now, it is still a full mouthfeel, but I now also get a slight pastry like texture.
1%:- The profile is the same as at 2% but the mouthfeel isn’t quite as full.
I’d use this 0.1%-0.25% as an accent, 0.25%-0.5% as a background flavour, 0.5%-1% as the main note. If you wanted this as a standalone flavour I’d suggest 1%-2%.
I’d only use the higher % for the background/main note if pairing with strong/dominant flavours.
This would be useful to use for the realistic butter taste in a bakery mix, use this where you want a strong butter and pastry taste, but this is a long steeper of 30 days+
WF SUGGESTED DILUTION RATIO: 0.1-1.0%.