Greek Yoghurt - FLV Flavour Notes

Greek Yoghurt

Tested @ 2% & 1%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “AKA just "Yogurt." Smooth and soft tasting yogurt flavor. Not as much the acrid sour of plain non-fat yogurt as much as the smooth vanilla cream of sweetened Greek yogurt. Can be used in an ice cream recipe to emphasis the creamy, milky aftertaste. ”

SnV

1% - Heavy Butyric acid taste.

2% - Same as 1% but stronger in taste

7 day steep

1% - This still has some butyric acid taste to it but has mostly now steeped out, I am now getting the taste of a creamy medium thick tangy Greek yoghurt.

2% - Strong butyric acid

14 day steep

1% - No change

2%- No change, remixed at this point

33 day steep

1% - The butyric acid like taste has now steeped out, although the smell remains, this is now a Thick and tangy unsweetened Greek style yoghurt

60 Day steep

Strong Greek style yoghurt with a strong Butyric acid room note

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main 1%-2%, Background 0.5%-1%, Accent 0.25%-0.5%.

I’d use this with Creams, Fruits, Cheesecakes, Yoghurts, Spices and some nuts.

Summary

This is a strong unsweetened Greek style yoghurt, for those with a palate sensitive to Butyric Acid I would advise to start low. I would only use this at 2% if layering with strong concentrates and other yoghurts and creams. Due to the sourness this would be a good flavour to use low with cheesecakes. When using this at 1% and above please allow a 3-6 week steep

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 2%


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