Rice Pudding - The Rebranded Range Flavour Notes

Rice Pudding

Description “Just think of that rice pudding granny used to serve...”

Tested @2.5% & 5%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons @ 130w

1 Day Steep

5% :- This has a slight rice taste and a hint of some spices, possibly an all spice blend, and a slight creaminess with a coconut like taste in the background, unfortunately this gives the overall taste of a Coconut curry.

2.5% :- The same profile as above.

8 Day steep

5% :- No change

2.5% :- At this % it no longer tastes like a Coconut curry but doesn’t really taste like a rice pudding to me, this needs a longer steep.

13 Day steep @ 2.5%

This is slightly sweet and creamy with a nutty rice like taste, the spice note is still there that I believe similar to an all spice blend. This still isn’t tasting like a rice pudding to me.

20 Day Steep @ 2.5%

No change.

22 Days @ 5%

No change

39 Days @ 5%

This has become creamier It’s still not quite a rice pudding to me but with a little tweaking could be turned into one, the rest of the profile remains unchanged. Please note this appears to require a long steep of 30 days +

Suggested Usage

I’d use this 1%-2% as an accent, 2%-3% as a background flavour, 3%-5% as the main note. If you wanted this as a standalone flavour I’d suggest 5%-7%. Use with Creams and rice flavours, some fruits may also work with this.

Chefs Flavours Recommend mixing 5%-10%


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