Vanilla Pudding - FLV Flavour Notes
Tested @ 2%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic
Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w
Manufacturer’s description – “Analog to vanilla custard with slight variation in the tone and finish. Uses vanilla to mellow other flavors.”
Strong sweet vanilla, no pudding notes atm.
7 day steep
Sweet vanilla like a culinary vanilla, no spice notes like a fresh vanilla bean would have. This has a creamy background very slight egg like note, there is not a lot of thickness at the moment
14 day steep
The mouthfeel has increased this now has a thick mouthfeel.
33 day steep
This isn’t as strong as it was but now has a medium-high strength vanilla, this has a good mouthfeel with a very slight egg like note, although that egg is nowhere near as strong as in vanilla Custard or in a French vanilla
I’d use as a main 2%-3%, Background 1%-2%, Accent 0.5%-1%.
I’d use with Creams, Custards, Ice Creams, Fruit, Nuts, Coffee, Dairy and Florals.
This would be a pretty versatile Vanilla flavouring to have in your mixing toolkit, due to this being mainly a sweet vanilla flavouring with very little spice notes and should work in most applications. I would mainly use this as an accent/background flavour and would only push it high against other strong flavours. The mouthfeel is almost Custard like due to the thickness.
Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 3%