RDA/ Velocity Coil/ 6 Wrap Single Fused Kanthal Clapton 2×26 core 32 wrap W/ 45 Wicking/ Full Rayon Ω/0.26
Steep Time/ 2weeks % Used/ 4 PG/VG 50/50 Nic%/0
Heavy on the tongue and light on the nose with a fairly dense mouthfeel 7 out of 10.
Throat Hit 3/10
A bright and sweet maple flavoring not artificial but the good stuff you get from the boys in Canada. The vanilla is smooth and vibrant, with the addition of the butternut maple flavor, it becomes complex, rich, and savory.
Reminds me of true maple syrup with a touch of vanilla a very surprising find not what I was expecting at all.
Position In The Recipe
Accent- I use for this flavoring accent In other sweet notes and adding that hint of maple.
Base- if I was going for a purely maple flavor I believe this would be a great base note.
Top note- I think this is where this flavoring really shines the impression of maple is the first thing I taste when I put it in any recipe.
I've yet to find anything off about the flavoring other than the name is misleading I am getting no squash pumpkin flavoring from it at all.
Bakeries, creams, candies, tropical fruits, stone fruits, dark berries, and spice flavorings.
This is going to be an attempt at maple butter still a work in progress feel free to leave feedback.
I have been using this as a high percentage found my sweet spot between 4 and 6% and have not tested to see if flavor changes at lower percentage.
If you're interested in learning more about maple and why the hell we like tree sap so much here is a Wikipedia.
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