Capella’s original Vanilla Custard flavour. This is one of the most popular concentrates on the market, not to mention one of the most popular custards.
Capella’s Vanilla Custard is great on its own, mixed anywhere between 10% and 20%. The full strength, however, takes a few weeks to steep and really come through – so initially less is more.
The quality of this custard really shines when blended with other flavours. Even mixed at very small percentages it has the quality of rounding other flavours and adding depth and creaminess.
A great starting point is a Strawberry Custard using:
10% Capella Sweet Strawberry (New RF)
5% Capella Vanilla Custard (V1)
The combination of the sharp sweet strawberry and the creamy custard is a great all day vape, reminiscent of adding a dollop of jam into your custard as a treat.
For a softer strawberry, Flavour Apprentice Strawberry (Ripe) works well, but you may have to lower the custard percentage as it may overpower the strawberry.
You can also add a few percent of Vanilla Custard to TPA Cheesecake (Graham Crust) or Capella New York Cheesecake to really round off the flavours and add more depth. Or combine with the fruit flavours as well for a multitude of cheesecakes.
These are just our rough ideas and the results from experimenting and we are sure you have your own great recipes including Vanilla Custard V1.
Feel free to add in the comments below any of your favourite recipes or tweaks to the ones above. We love to hear from you.
Artificial flavours, Propylene Glycol, Water.
The v2 version, which is diketone (acetoin, diacetyl and acetyl propionyl) free can be found here.
- This is a concentrated flavouring to be mixed in a DIY e-liquid. It is not to be vaped without diluting.
- We suggest mixing most Capella concentrates at approximately 15% initially and then adjusting to your personal taste.
- All of the Capella concentrates are PG based.
- We buy gallon sizes directly from Capella (in the USA) and rebottle them into 10ml, 100ml and 500ml bottle sizes here in the UK.
- There can be noticeable colour differences between different batches of the same flavour. This is a natural result of the flavour manufacturing process.
Latest Reviews for Vanilla Custard (V1) Capella Flavour ConcentrateGeegee73
One of the best out there .gors great with sugar cookie 2% and a little Newyork cheesecake.hreat on its own to.always rotate this flavour daily
Very nice custard flavour needs time to get the best from it two weeks or more if you can wait goes great with some caramel dx and some creams to make a nice caramel custard mix but in low amounts can be used to add body to a mix 😎✌ Don't smoke vape
Lovely custard, needs a while to steep to bring it out fully, added 2% cap hazelnut to a mix and gone through 4 tanks since making it, mixed with French vanilla, New York cheesecake and marshmallow to sweeten, shake and vape for me
This is the best custard on the market it's in nearly ever mix I make at different % depending on how I use it in fact I think I only make about 5 recipes that this is not in buy it mix it vape it
Excellent custard - mixed at 10% (in the end...), anything above and it's way too strong and end up coughing.
This has a great taste, but I generally go for the V2 with a touch of sweet cream or Vanilla Bean ice cream to avoid the nasties. Both this and V2 do need a good steep. Don't expect them to reach their best for at least 3 weeks.
nice and creamy
just the dogs B******
Best custard flavour I've tried! Used at 15%
I could not do without this custard, miles ahead of the rest and used in most of the big recipes you will come across - this needs a steep like all custards but it time it is outstanding!!!
Amazing. Deffo one for the kit bag. Mix with at least 10% as there's not much flavour below that.
My second favourite custard always in my stash
Vanilla is overpowering. Can't vape it for too long. I'll try the other variants of this.
Best Custard i have tried, next day delivery, cant ask for more. I use it in 60vg/40vg at 15% flavour. Second 100ml on order within a week due to friends asking for my mix