RDA/ Velocity Coil/ 6 Wrap Single Fused Kanthal Clapton 2×26 core 32 wrap W/ 45 Wicking/ Full Rayon Ω/0.26
Steep Time/8 weeks % Used/ 6 PG/VG 50/50 Nic%/0
Heavy and smooth on the tongue and nose, moderately dense 7out of 10 with a very creamy mouthfeel.
Rich and very buttery sweet cream, I cannot decide weather I taste vanilla in this or not, if there is it's not floral and blends perfectly in with the cream, the dairy in this flavoring is very thick like a heavy cream, I'm also getting very light cheesy note along with some earthy and nutty flavor.
Remind me of sweetened heavy cream or a light sweet cheeselike brie, or Mascarpone.
Position In The Recipe
This should work well as a base note adding creamy and buttery flavors to your recipe, I could also see it working as an accent at low percentages boosting other less buttery creams, and not a bad stand alone flavor at 6%.
Berries, Stone fruits, tropical fruits, coconuts, creams, coffees, tobaccos, bakeries, candies, and nut flavorings.
I don't normally let a flavoring go this long before testing, this one slipped by me.
I'm surprised how much I actually like this flavor as a standalone.
As always here's where you can find it, and a Wikipedia on Mascarpone if you're not familiar with this cheese it is fantastic.
Please if your opinion differs, or you have another review for this post it in the comments. Will help the master list with multiple reviews in one spot.