Joy - FA Flavour Notes

Joy

Tested @1%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a VV Pulse and a RX200s @ 130w with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons.

Manufacturers description “ A biscuit flavour fresh from the baker's oven with Meringue and Caramel to tease your taste buds.”

SnV

Strong slightly yeasty bread flavour, reminiscent of a freshly baked baguette.

10 day steep

This has increased in strength, this is a very bread like flavour with some yeast notes and a slight beer like note at the end of the vaoe

I believe if this was pushed higher it would take on an almost beer/hops like flavour, in place of the bread note.

20 Day steep

No change.

Suggested Usage

I’d use an accent at 0.1%-0.25%, a background flavour at 0.25%-0.5%%, a main note at 0.5%-1%.

Standalone 5%-8%

This will pair well with bakeries to give a freshly baked bread/yeast like flavour and texture, use low unless you also want a slight beer like flavour in your mix.

Due to the strength of this it may dominate mixes if used too high, I would use this more like an additive type flavour.

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