Vanilla Fudge - Chefs Choice Flavour Notes

Vanilla Fudge

Tested @ 11%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Chefs Flavours description – “Your classic fudge flavour with hints of vanilla!”

SnV

Strong vanilla with a slight sweet fudge like taste in the background

7 day steep

No change

14 day steep

This is now starting to get a fudge like mouthfeel and has become sweeter like a fudge, the vanilla isn’t as strong now but is still the main flavour

21 day steep

The fudge like taste and mouthfeel has now fully come out giving this a sweet and full mouthfeel, slightly chewy and grainy feeling, the vanilla has now settled into a background note, the vanilla is slightly dark and sweet like fresh vanilla pods

28 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main flavour 7%-10%, Background 5%-7%, Accent 4%-5%, and Standalone 10%-15%

I’d use with Candy, Cream, Chocolate, Marshmallow, Rum & Raisin, Fruits.

Summary

To me this tastes like a sweet vanilla fudge including the slightly grainy mouthfeel of a Fudge. I believe this would be useful to use as an accent flavour to add some Vanilla and mouthfeel to a mix, as a background note you would get the start of the sweet fudge coming though, this may also be useful for candy like mixes, for example a starburst type mix, as this would give that mouthfeel for one of those candies, please be aware that this would also add the vanilla into the mix

Chefs Flavours recommended usage - None available


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