Cream - FLV Flavour Notes

Cream

Tested @ 1%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w

Manufacturer’s description – “This vanilla cream flavor is an excellent background for many fruits. Unlike a custard background, a cream will not have the nasal egg flavor. This is a white cream, with its own rich vanilla notes. Recommended: queue up the moody blues song, "Knights in White Satin" when you use this flavour”

SnV

Slight plastic like off note that may be a Vanilla followed by a buttery cream

7 day steep

No change

14 day steep

The off note has now steeped out, this is now a medium-high strength buttery cream that leaves a full fat dairy cream like taste and mouthfeel, the mouthfeel is of a medium thickness

21 day steep

No change

25 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main 1%-1.5%, Background 0.5%-1%, Accent 0.25%-0.5%.

I’d use this with Fruit, Bakery, Cereal, Vanilla, Dairy, Coffee, Teas, Custard and other creams.

Summary

This to me is a buttery cream, I’d put the mouthfeel of this in between FA Cream Fresh and Chefs Choice Devon Cream. I can see this being used in mixes where you want a full fat dairy cream and will be very useful in cereal type mixes when paired with a thinner cream to give the effect of a full fat milk. If using this above 1% make sure that it is being used with other strong flavours. I’d also use this to add depth to Ice Creams and Custards.

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 0.5%


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