It comes preety close to kettle corn dutch-type recipe(its spot on on the white kettle part of pop corn) sweet and gives off the kettle corn aspect, whily many pop corns are crappy and cant match up with this, eg vta pop corn. I am used to salty pop corn , thats why i didnt really like it. At 9% in a mix it was tasty, but i didnt like the sweetness it brings to the table. With saline ~0,5% , it is readily fixed. Its very versastile and does great with most flavors, like caramels, creams, nuts, even bakeries and some fruit, eg strawberries peach . However it doesnt have any texture, but you can add some purazinr or some cereals. Use it at 4-5% for main note and at 0,5-1,5% for smoothing out creams or bakeries. It contains triacetin https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/componentlist.aspx?sku_search=345027, so you might want to check this out (i dont feel there is a problem with it), but no really pyrazine.