Vanilla Ice Cream - VTA Flavour Notes

Vanilla Ice Cream

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

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

Manufacturer’s description – “A creamy vanilla bean ice-cream (VBIC) flavour that works in many recipes to lift creaminess and give body to desserts, cakes, custards and many other styles of flavours. We consider this the all-rounder of flavours as it can also be used as a stand-alone mix to give you that sweet vanilla ice cream taste to your ejuice recipe.”

SnV

Light dark vanilla bean followed by a creamy medium thick ice cream

7 day steep

The vanilla has increased in strength and has a slight caramel like sweetness to it with the cream in the background, no change to the cream taste

14 day steep

No change

21 day steep

This is now a slightly dark vanilla ice cream, the vanilla is prominent and has a very slight caramel like taste to it this is then followed by a slightly buttery ice cream like flavour

26 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main 2%-3%, Background 1%-2%, Accent 0.25%-1%. Standalone 3%-5%

I’d use with Creams, Fruits, Yoghurts, Cheesecakes, Custards, Coffee, Some Alcohols, Biscuits, some Florals, other Ice Creams and Nuts.

Summary

As an accent/background this would add a touch of dark vanilla and a smooth rich cream, pair this with Custards to add depth, Vanilla and richness to them. As a main flavour this would be a rich Vanilla Ice Cream good enough to be the only Ice Cream in the mix however it will also layer well with other Ice Creams. To me this is similar to FA Ice Cream but has a darker vanilla taste.

VTA recommended usage -5-10%


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