biscuit Solub Arome flavour concentrate


The Solub Arome Biscuit flavour concentrate captures the delightful taste of freshly baked biscuits, still warm and comforting! It's a gentle and sweet addition that perfectly complements indulgent flavours. What could be better than savouring these delicious biscuits with a cup of good coffee or a glass of fresh milk? Pleasures and sensations abound with this incredibly realistic aroma.

THE DOSAGE Remember, this concentrated aroma must be diluted – avoid consuming it undiluted. The recommended dosage of the aroma depends on the VG level of your e-liquid base: ● For a 30/70 PG/VG base, use 20% concentrate, which is equivalent to 60 drops per 10 ml. ● For a 50/50 PG/VG base, opt for 15% concentrate, or 45 drops per 10 ml. ● If you're using a 70/30 PG/VG base, a 10% concentrate is recommended, equaling 30 drops per 10 ml.

THE PREPARATION To create your e-liquid, gather the following: ● Concentrated aroma. ● A PG/VG base of your preference. ● Optionally, the number of boosters depending on your nicotine level. ● An empty bottle.

Here's how to prepare a 50 ml e-liquid with a 50/50 PG/VG base at 0 mg:

  1. Obtain a 50 ml or larger bottle.
  2. Add 15% aroma, which amounts to 8 ml, into the bottle.
  3. Fill it up to 50 ml with the 50/50 PG/VG base.
  4. Thoroughly mix to achieve a consistent blend of flavour and base.

MATURATION TIME Once your bottle is ready, shake it vigorously! Check the maturation time in the "Technical sheet" section at the top of the page. Keep in mind that the higher the VG content, the longer the maturation period.

PRESERVING YOUR DIY AROMA For an optimal experience with your DIY Solubarome e-liquid, store the components in a dry place at room temperature, away from direct light. When properly stored, you can even continue using your DIY Solubarome e-liquid concentrate after its expiration date. However, you may notice a slight weakening or alteration in flavour over time.

SAFETY TIPS ● Never consume the concentrate undiluted. ● Wear gloves when handling. ● Ensure your preparations are properly labelled. ● Keep them out of reach of children and pets. ● Store them away from light and maintain a temperature below 20Β°C.

NOTE : This product may contain traces of nuts

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Piotr Byszuk

Ok soo that one dont like pair with high percent complex recipes over 20 % total . Its more for me to go on low like tobacco vanilla bic . Plus smells delicious my base mix was 2 %each bisc .red type . Chocolate double and 5 % ry4. Ok i need steep and proper stirrer not only shake but it works

James Spring
Speculoos speculation!

Overall Score - 5/10
Used at 8% (recommended)

Not a fan of this - very strong spice notes (traditional sweet spices). In no way similar to the superlative INW Biscuit.

To be fair I'm pretty sure (from the original French name) that this is meant to be the flavor of traditional Speculoos biscuits, of which it may well be an accurate representation. I haven't had the pleasure, but if they're at all like this, I doubt I'd like them very much. Again, to be fair, I'm not a fan of other traditional sweet spicy flavorings, like nutmeg-y custard tarts, or Christmas pudding, so maybe this is just me.

There is a prominent forward caramel note which is pleasant, but it gets drowned by the spice on the back end. Not much in the way of biscuit texture or grain. This might be right up your street, but I'd say it's a pretty niche flavour.


A nice flavour ,handy for use in my nutty ,tobacco or desert type mixes.