RDA/ Velocity Coil/ 6 Wrap Single Fused Kanthal Clapton 2×26 core 32 wrap W/ 45 Wicking/ Full cotton bacon v2 Ω/0.26
Steep Time/8 weeks % Used/ 6 PG/VG 50/50 Nic%/0
Heavy on the tongue and nose, with a smooth and dense mouthfeel 8 out of 10.
Throat Hit 1/10
This is a very dense flavoring but surprisingly light on the butter, very creamy with no vanilla, also slightly nutty, and has a savoury cheese flavoring.
Reminds me of heavy whipping cream lightly sweetened, with a handful of Parmesan cheese.
Position In The Recipe
I can see this working as a bass note or as an accent,
I believe as a base base note its applications would be something along the lines of an alfredo, or cream soup recipe.
As an accent use it to height and other creams, and bring out buttery cheesy notes.
The first thing that comes to mind is savory flavorings, followed by creams, Stone fruits, berries, and bakeries.
Comparison to cap sweet cream, similar yet different, this is definitely cheesier, heavier, on the dairy and slightly more dense.
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