Papaya is an exotic tropical fruit that holds more flavor on the veggie side, than it does on the fruit side. But that’s not entirely the case for TFA Papaya. Check out my full notes and review here, as well as recipe examples, on how best to use TFA Papaya.
Flavor Profile: Guava often scares people off in it being a bit too “exotic” or too “foreign”. The fruit itself is juicy, sweet, blending the flavors of apple, strawberry, orange, and grapefruit, depending on the type of variety. CAP Sweet Guava does a great job of recreating the guava flavor, while also creating a more vivid… Continue Reading
Flavor Profile: CAP’s Golden Pineapple is a pleasant fruit flavoring that tropical fruit lovers will find a joy to use. In the pineapple world, this isn’t going to blow your socks off, and in terms of flavor, it’s not the most vivid. I enjoy the flavor profile that comes from this flavoring and further more, I… Continue Reading
Testing Setup: Tested at 2% / NarDa RDA / single coil / 24AWG / 35-45 W / 0.6ohms / 2 weeks steep Story: Mangoes are generally sweet and exotic, although its taste and texture of its flesh varies across cultivars. Some have a soft, pulpy texture similar to overripe plums while others can be somewhat firmer like… Continue Reading
Flavor Profile: Kiwi is a fruit that doesn’t get the credit it deserves. It’s a wonderful flavor that is bittersweet, sweet, bright, and slightly exotic. Flavor West does a great job of being able to capture the essence of a ripe kiwi, though I will say it leans a bit more on the artificial “candy” side.… Continue Reading
Working on my HoneyDEWWEY recipe I was able to play around with a lot of Honeydew flavorings. There aren’t many, but the few I did play with did impress me. This flavoring is pretty damn good. Now the ingredient has a nice Honeydew and Melon on the bottle stating you get the best of both worlds,… Continue Reading