FlavourArt Caramel

When it comes to caramels, this is one that belongs in everyone’s stash. I’d consider this a must have flavour, not only for its representation but for its versatility as well.

FlavourArt Caramel Testing

Steeped for 2 weeks
Mixed at 1 & 2%
Recommended percentage- 
Solo Vape-0.5-2% (Not recommended)
Mixed-0.25-2%

Safety Data Sheets – (SDS-MSDS)

Often links go away after time, so here are some points regarding ingredients – FA Caramel is certified free of added DIACETYL, ACETYLPROPIONYL and ACETOINE. No traces were found in testing.

Overview

As with many caramels I’ve tried, butterscotch and or alternate blended caramels can bring out the best of this profile, depending on application of course. This FA version is certainly fine mixed on its own, it’s just a lighter flavour and suitable for such applications. 

Flavour Notes – Description

Cooked sugars, including browned sugar (butterscotch). Slightly creamy with a textured light roasted background. I also pick up some maltiness, or maltol, with subtle vanilla. It’s a cross between a caramel and a jarred type sauce. 

Many have classified this as being partly an ice cream like sauce or syrup. Somewhat soft with little body or weight.

Excellent for coffees

My Uses & Pairings

This is the lightest of my caramels, making it extremely versatile. Due to its lack of richness and butter notes, I’t’s perfect for pairing with creams and or additional caramels or butterscotch. However, this depends on its intended application.
  • As a sweetener 
  • Layer or additive use for certain coffees and tobaccos (Must try)
  • Mix with ice creams, creams, custards and other caramels-butterscotch
  • Fruits – Excellent with apples or pears

Butterscotch by FA, or even FW salted caramel, adds a nice richness and helps bring out the caramel and buttery notes. It’s not really a solo vape as it needs some extra TLC. But it is a terrific concentrate.

What other mixers say

Taste is generally subjective, so here’s what some other DIYers think about this flavour – 
reddit DIY-ejuice
Bull City Reviews

e-liquid recipes
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Mixers around the world -

4.2/5

Some common pairings used with this caramel are –

  • Vanillas
  • Creams
  • Custards
  • Marshmallows
  • Meringue
  • Acetyl Pyrazine 
  • Caramels-Butterscotch
  • Cookie- Biscuit
  • Fruits such as apple, pear, kiwi
  • Tobaccos

Average mixing percentages are –

  • Solo Vape:  3%
  • Mixed Percentage: 1%

Availability in Australia –

Juice Factory
The Steamery
Vapoureyes

Our Flavour Category Section

An in depth look at various flavours such as dairy, bakery, fruits, tobaccos and beverage. We cover flavour profiles, uses, pairing ideas, tips, resources and more.

How I Test Flavour Concentrates

Flavours are mixed in a 50-50 blend of PG & VG. 
Zero nicotine and generally steeped for 2 weeks.
Three vape devices are used including an RDA.

Testing flavours with e-cig
RDA for testing flavours
RDA for testing flavours

How I Test Flavours

Flavours are mixed in a 50-50 blend of PG & VG. Zero nicotine and generally steeped for 2 weeks. Three vape devices are used including an RDA.

Charles Yates

Ex-smoker, current vaper. President of the New Nicotine Alliance AU. Interests are food-cooking, music, recording technology, travel & country road trips, advocacy and helping smokers transition.

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