Molinberry Melty Caramel

Molinberry Flavours

This flavour was sent to me for testing and review purposes by Molinberry and Juice factory.

Melty Caramel Testing

  • Steeped for 2 weeks
  • Mixed at 6%
  • Recommended percentage-
  • Solo Vape-3-6% (Not recommended)
  • Mixing-0.5-4%

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Overview

Although not my favourite stand-alone caramel, it does have its uses. Primarily to mix with other caramels or butterscotch flavours, or as a blender. I feel most will find it best suited for blending or subtle layers or nuances. 

This flavour doesn’t have a huge following but it’s certainly a decent lighter caramel; albeit that you may require some extra TLC.  IMHO it’s good to blend with for creams, vanillas, other caramels or tobaccos. l tend to use it mostly as one would with additives, so for subtle nuances. 

Flavour Notes -Description

A light, fairly sweet caramel with a nice smoothness to it. It sits somewhere in between a creamy traditional caramel and a candy type. There’s not much in terms of body or weight which at times can play to its advantage.  

This is quite a bit more buttery and creamy than FlavourArts, and although it’s not even close to the richness of TFA’s original caramel, and devoid of added diketones, I can certainly taste the buttery Butyric acid. 

Buttercream

My Uses & Pairings

  • As a sweetener
  • Mix with FA’s or TFA’s original caramel 
  • A layer for non aromatic tobaccos
  • Ice creams and creams – you may want some extra caramel or butterscotch
  • Blend with fruits, both light and dark
  • Booze such as Rums and Bourbons
I feel it works very well with non aromatic tobaccos, adding just the right amount of buttery notes without going overboard. Again, a decent caramel for light touches of cooked sugar and butter. 

What other mixers say

Taste is generally subjective, so here’s what some other DIYers think about this flavour –
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Mixers around the world -

3/5

Some common pairings used with this caramel are –

  • Vanillas
  • Creams
  • Custards
  • Marshmallows
  • Caramels
  • Bananas
  • Tobaccos 

Average mixing percentages are –

  • Solo Vape:  8%
  • Mixed Percentage: 2.5%

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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.

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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.

Availability in Australia –

Juice Factory
Flavour World (Sydney Vapour)

Charles Yates

Ex-smoker and current vaper. Started The Vapers Table in 2011. Interests are food-cooking, music, recording technology, travel & country road trips, advocacy and helping smokers transition.

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