English Trifle - Chefs Choice Flavour Notes

English Trifle

Tested @ 10%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Chefs Flavours description “You can't beat a bit of this old classic!

SnV

Strawberry with a light custard and cream like taste and a slight cake taste in the background

7 day steep

The cream has become stronger but the rest of the flavours have faded slightly.

14 day steep

This has become brighter, I taste the strawberry first this is almost jelly like, this is then followed by a bright and creamy custard, I then get a light cake like taste, this isn’t light and fluffy like a sponge it is more like the density of a biscuit

28 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use this as a Main 7%-10%. Standalone 10%-15%

I get all of the elements of a Trifle here, Custard, Whipped cream, lady fingers and a strawberry jelly, this would have to go higher to get more flavour for me. This may make a good base to build your own trifle or just use in a custard to add some depth and complexity.

I’d use with Custard, Cream, Cake, Fruit and vanilla.

Chefs Flavours recommended usage - Mix between 10%-20% and allow to steep.


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