imo at least, the vanilla is less harsh here.
first time mixing and collect all the differend taste by recepts i found on the internet and it works great
Prefer this to v1, it has a sickly taste which I prefer but also v1 hurts my chest and burns my nose somehow, must have a reaction to it
V1 is the finest vanilla custard in the market today.
Recently i use V2 Absolutely worth to try it.
Absolutely fantastic.Mixed alone at 20% or diluted with strawberry and cream at Van custard 15% plus strawberry and cream 10%.I prefer a sweet taste so I enhance with 3% sweetener.Shake it every chance you get.Vape away immediately or to further improve give it 3 days.It will simply be divine.The taste is mmm super.You just have to try it!
People go on and on about V1 as if it's the be all end all custard, and it's really not... it just has a shed load of Diacetyl in it, making it quite a blunt instrument in some ways. After 6 months vaping it, it began to make me feel queasy, so I switched, with some trepidation, to v2... and was astonished to find I FAR preferred it. It's not as rich or heavy as v1, but that can be a good thing. It's much more subtle and delicate, but still tastes velvety and delicious, with an identical vanilla note, light on egg, and more like vanilla pudding than actual custard, just like v1 is. No off notes or butyric taste even at 8%. I would call it a must have, but I recently tried FA Custard Premium, and it's absolutely awesome - try that or INW Custard first, then circle back to this one.
V1 is much better, richer, buttery.
I may be sensitive to the butyric acid as it tastes like wet cloth to me. It has appealing notes but always that lingering wet cloth note makes this unvapable to me.
This is not a bad custard but is not as great as v1 from Capella but can add something different in a recipe on times
Haven't try it on it's own it was used with other flavors for a lemon cake DIY recipe. By the way lovely.