Cookie Dough - FLV Flavour Notes
Tested @ 1%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic
Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w
Manufacturer’s description – “Our original description included the word "dry" to describe cookie, but that is the wrong word. It should really be "wet." This is the cookie when the butter, brown sugar and vanilla meet the flour. It can be made dry if you add FLV Peanut Butter or FLV Biscotti. If you want a chocolate chip cookie, try using our milk chocolate or chocolate deutsch. Of the FLV dough flavors, this one is less carmelized and more raw.”
Light brown sugar like taste followed by a light dough, at the moment this is not recognisable as a cookie dough.
7 day steep
The brown sugar like taste has increased in strength, there is still a light cookie dough like taste in the background. I’m unsure whether this needs a longer steep or remixed at a lower %
14 day steep
21 day steep
25 day steep
This is a raw cookie dough like flavour, it has a flour and butter like texture and taste and is fairly sweet with a definite brown sugar like note, the brown sugar has now calmed down a little and settled into the background.
I’d use as a main 1.5%-2.5%, Background 0.75%-1.5%, Accent 0.25%-0.75%.
I’d use with Cream, Frosting, Vanilla, Bakery, Custard, Chocolate.
This is a fairly strong flavour so start at the lower % range and work up. This isn’t the store bought dough that you buy in a roll, this is more like a raw homemade cookie dough that you eat straight out of the bowl, this tastes like butter and flour with the fairly strong brown sugar in the background this isn’t dry there is a nice moistness to this as well as the mouthfeel of a Raw cookie dough, this isn’t dry there is a nice moistness to this. As a main flavour you will get a decent raw cookie dough and as an accent this may be useful to use as a brown sugar type. Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 1%