Wonder Flavours Princess Cake SC Concentrate gives the flavours of the classic Swedish layer cake, with layers of soft sponge, vanilla custard and whipped cream with a marzipan topping. The overall flavour profile of this concentrate is of a rich and thick creaminess combined with some light cake notes and a sweet almond taste which comes through quite strongly. Wonder Flavours Princess Cake Concentrate pairs well with bakery mixes, fruits, creams, custard or nut flavourings and is well worth experimenting with. We recommend that you allow e-liquids made with this concentrate to steep for at least a week to allow the flavours to fully develop.
This is a super-concentrated flavouring and so should be used sparingly in your DIY mixes- start between 1%- 4% initially and work from there.
Wonder Flavours is a Canadian company, based in Montreal, Quebec. Launched in 2016, Wonder Flavours has become a worldwide brand in the production of food grade flavourings. Wonder Flavours concentrates use only the highest quality pharmaceutical and food grade ingredients which conform to British and European safety standards. Their concentrates are manufactured in an ISO certified laboratory where they are stored in hermetically sealed containers before being imported by us and then bottled by hand in our hygienic UK production facility.
Natural & Artificial Flavourings, Propylene Glycol
- 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 Wonder Flavours SC concentrates at approximately 1-4% initially and then adjusting to your personal taste.
- All of the Wonder Flavours concentrates we stock are PG based.
- We buy gallon sizes directly from Wonder Flavours (in Canada) and rebottle them into 10ml bottles 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.
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