Irish cream - VTA Flavour Notes
Tested @ 2% & 6% Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine
Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Ni80 Flaptons @ 130w.
Manufacturers description – None available
2%:- There is a thick tasting cream with a very slight chocolate note on the end of the vape.
6%:- same profile as 2% but a stronger flavour
7 Day steep
2%:- This has the thick creamy taste of an Irish cream along with the slight chocolate like notes I get from the drink, I am not able to taste any alcohol in this. Remixed at this point to 6% to check for alcohol notes.
6:- Same profile as 2% but stronger.
12 Day steep
2%:- No change
6%:- No change to the cream part but I’m now getting a light Whiskey/Whisky type taste to this.
23 Day Steep
2%- No change to the cream, a very light whiskey/whisky taste is coming through, I believe at this % that whiskey/whisky taste would get lost in a mix
6%:- The whiskey/whisky taste has increased in strength, this has a medium thick mouthfeel with a slight chocolate note, this is pretty close to an Irish Cream but will need that whiskey/whisky note enhanced.
I’d use as a main flavour at 5%-7% a background at 3%-5% and an accent at 1%-3%, standalone at 7%-15%.
I’d use with Whiskies, fruits, Creams, Coffee and Chocolates and some nuts.
Using as an accent you will just get that cream and maybe a very slight whiskey/whisky taste if paired with lighter flavours.
To use as the main Irish cream in a recipe I would also pair with a whisky/whiskey to bring that note up a little
VTA Recommend 1%-5% in a mix and Standalone 5%-9%