16% of flavor west butterscotch is perfect for me.
Thanks BigD - I have been trying so hard to find or figure out a good butterscotch recipe. I'm becoming rather obsessed about it.
Originally Posted by BigDaddio
At this point I have tried all flavors but NF and I have an order on the way from them.
So far I feel like many others do. Something seems to be missing, even from the best recipes.
Can someone define "NF" for me please?
That's Nature's Flavors.
Originally Posted by Litcube
While I'll agree that their flavorings are delicious, I'll never use them ever again. They're un-trustworthy, sneaky, and have terrible customer service. Also, many of their flavorings (did, still do?) have diacetyl, and I'm willing to wager that the Butterscotch does as well.
Just dropped in the thread myself to see what y'all thought, and I'm gonna give FW's rendition a go. Thanks!
After having horrendous issues (both in taste and customer service) with NF, I googled "reviews" (I only thought my issues were bad, lol)...and there's the diacetyl issue on top of that. Anyway, I agree with Levitas - no NF for me.
Originally Posted by Levitas
I'm another fan of flavor west's butterscotch. Most people seem to go 10% or higher, but I like it right around 5% mixed with some caramel.
This thread has confirmed what I have found out by mixing and trying all kinds of flavors: butterscotch, like coffee, just seems to be one of those flavors that are very elusive.
Fruit flavors seem to be the easiest.
I thought it was my lack of skills, but we have all kinds of new B&M's here in Grand Rapids including Mr. E Liquid which is very popular on ECF and has a good reputation. We also have another store with a nationwide following.
Their coffee and butterscotch are no better than anything else I have tried, DIY or otherwise.
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