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good caramel only need a small amount in mixes
FA Caramel الأختبار: @2% تعتيق 10 ايام وصف الطعم: طعم سكر مكرمل. مثل وضع كمية من السكر علي النار حتي تدوب وتعطيك طعم الكرميل. لا يعتبر صوص كراميل لأنه ليس كراميل كريمي. تخيل طبقة الكراميل الموجودة في الكاسترد كراميل. الأستخدامات: يمكن استخدامه بنسبة صغيرة كمحلي ويمكن استخدامه مع الكريمات لأعطائه الصفة الكراميل الكريمي وافضل نسبة له كفلافرز اساسي من 3% الي 4% ولكن مع استعمال كريمات في الوصفة.
Start low in mixes. Flavor is good and semi strong.
From user: https://e-liquid-recipes.com/list?filter=52641 https://e-liquid-recipes.com/flavor/273136 Manufacturer specified gravity: 1.046 g/ml Percentages in recipes Average mixing quantity: 1.7% (Median: 1%) Minimum used quantity: 0% Maximum used quantity: 80% Single flavor recommendations: 75 Average quantity: 3.5% (Median: 4.0%) Minimum used quantity: 1.0% Maximum used quantity: 10.0% http://flavor-pro.com/author/jennifer-jarvis/ Aroma notes – Caramel, Browned Sugar,roasted,malty,creamy This is one of my favorite diketone-free caramel flavors on the market. It is rich, sweet, caramelic with just enough of that cooked sugar taste to let you know you are vaping caramel. When I’m looking to use no diketones and I need a rich caramel, I actually combine the FlavourArt Caramel with a bit of their Butterscotch to give it a little more of a buttery light tone that you often get with the diketone containing caramels. When I do that type of blend and I want it caramel heavy, I will use up to 2% FA Caramel and 0.5% or 1% FA Butterscotch. When I am looking only to sweeten but not have a heavy caramel, I use FA Caramel at 0.25% up to 0.75%. At those levels it is adding sweetness and some richness, but it’s not going to give you super strong caramel notes. To have noticeable caramel I use 1% up to 3.5%. I generally don’t go over 3.5% as I find it starts to mute some and dulls other flavors. My sweet spot for this flavor is about 1.5% when blending it with other dessert style flavors and 2% when blending it with darker richer tobacco flavors. Adding in 0.15% up to 0.35% with fruit flavors along with FA Liquid Amber can give you a baked/candied/syrup type of fruit flavor. STEEP TIME – I actually find that this can be vaped immediately after shaking. It doesn’t seem to add any needed time to recipes when it is used at lower percentages or even when used up to 3%. It does blend in and mellow some after a 7 day steep, and seems to completely stop smoothing out around 14 days. More like caramel ice-cream topping than a hard-candy flavor. It never tastes burnt or cracker-jacks-like. It is sweet, but less sweet than other brands.It will add rich caramel flavor to tobaccos without transforming the mix into a candy flavor.Mix FA Caramel with FA Butterscotch (and perhaps sweet, creamy flavors) for a candy-like caramel. Adding nut flavors can produce buttery effects as a mix ages. Flavor Description: Gritty caramelized sugar, not really a smooth caramel sauce or full-on caramel candy. Tastes quite a bit like caramel without having anything approaching the kind of mouthfeel you'd expect. Overall a bit thin and sharp, almost approaching unpleasant solo. Definitely a caramel for mixing as opposed to a primary note. Inhale is sweet, almost raw sugar. Mouthfeel is a bit thin for the actual taste. Strange kind of gritty vibe fitting with the raw sugar thing. Caramel comes out in the exhale. Sugar is moderately caramelized with no real dark, burnt notes. Mouthfeel never really gets smooth, still fairly thin. Really light creamy notes, almost a margarine type of taste in the middle of the exhale. Raw sugar comes back on the tail-end of the exhale with some gritty exhale that lingers. Off-flavors: A handful of raw sugar that somehow managed to get caramelized without turning into a syrup. So the entire thing? Not bad, just not really a smooth caramel flavor. Throat Hit: Moderate. Uses & Pairings: Lower percentage use is basically going to be a sweetener. Creams, custards, darker fruits, nuts, tobaccos. It's too dark of a flavor to blend well with anything particularly bright and you're really going to want to have some cream or density to round the edges and grittiness off. If you start increasing percentages, you move into more of a candy caramel flavor if not texture. This concentrate has a tendency to sit on top of other flavors when used a bit higher. Casino Pier by /u/enyawreklaw/ uses it up at 3% with a whole lot of cream backup to get a caramel coating on an apple. Would also work well for a caramel sauce with something to clean up that mouthfeel. Notes: S&V Concentration testing, this is a warm carmelized type flavor at .5% percent. Sweetness is a bit muted, and the flavor is pretty indistinct, but the effect is nice. 1% starts to get you into that gritty mouthfeel along with a pronounced sweetness. 1.5% has even more grit, and by the time you hit 2% you're definitely going to need something dense or creamy to chill this out a bit. 3% gets pretty intense, with a good caramel flavor but the mouthfeel is pretty distracting. Just seems to dry out after that, with that raw sugar taking on an aggressive sugar-alcohol sweetener note. I'd mix at .5% for a subtle boost to darker flavors. 1% is probably the max you'd want as strictly a sweetener. The use as an actual caramel is going to depend on heavy and creamy your actual recipe is. 2% seems like a good starting point, and then work up seeing just how much of the weird mouthfeel issues your cream base can handle. Worth noting, I didn't get any real noticeable coil gore solo testing this. Similar in construction to FLV Caramel, but a lot less roasted. Good middle of the road sweetener, but it's going to need a lot of help with creams to get a smooth caramel. Second Opinions: Obligatory HIC notes: "More like caramel ice-cream topping than a hard-candy flavor. It never tastes burnt or cracker-jacks-like. It is sweet, but less sweet than other brands.It will add rich caramel flavor to tobaccos without transforming the mix into a candy flavor.Mix FA Caramel with FA Butterscotch (and perhaps sweet, creamy flavors) for a candy-like caramel. Adding nut flavors can produce buttery effects as a mix ages." Used in a metric fuckton (technical term) of ELR Recipes. Notes are pretty sparse though. Does have some of Flavour Art's website copy which is suuuuuper creepy: "Indulge yourself in the forbidden world of vaping pleasure, but be warned, you might never leave! How can one man give so much pleasure to so many people? This smooth, delicious, creamy Caramel creation oozes onto the palate and languishes shamelessly!" I'm simultaneously a little turned on and scared reading that. ECX reviews basically say to use it low, it mixes well, and it's a bit dry.