Custard - FLV Flavour Notes

Custard

Tested @ 2%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “ Sans vanilla, this custard is the eggy cream. You might get lost without the vanilla notes, but if a plain custard is needed it can be a very useful tool. Not likely to be your standalone shake and vape, but when you use custard as a base note to add depth, and don't need the dominant effects of the vanilla, then this is a better option.”

SnV

No vanilla, this is slightly malty with a slight spice like note, followed by a thin cream

9 day steep

No change

21 day steep

No change

28 day steep

The mouthfeel has thickened up slightly, this is slightly eggy without a Vanilla note, however this is still thinner in mouthfeel than I would expect from a custard, the mouthfeel is still more cream like. The spice/malt like note still remains with a slightly dark sweetness.

Suggested usage

I’d use this as a main 3%-4%, Background 2%-3%, 1%-2%. Standalone 4%-5%

I’d use with Custard, Cream, Fruit, Tobacco, Vanilla and coffee.

Summary

This is a lot thinner as other custards but a little thicker than a pouring cream, there is a slight malt/spice like off note that may become more pronounced when mixing higher, I don’t get any vanilla frim this and a slight dark sweetness at my testing % this is unusually light for a FLV flavour so don’t be afraid to push this a little.

Flavorah recommended usage –Start at 1%


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