Hello group .
After learning of the peppered taste of tfa custard, I’ve got a couple questions & need help please.
So bullcity has the Cap. Custard v1 in larger bottles so I’ve added them to cart.
Regarding TFA are there other flavors that give off this pepper like taste when fresh?
I’d rather order all TFA flavors but not at that risk, so other than TFA flavors are there other
custard & cheesecake type flavors that are better from Cappella than they are from TFA?
TFA has such great service & shipping in the u.s. so I’d rather use them when I can.
So any Way Better, custards,cheesecake flavors that are better from CAP?
I’m ordering more TPA flavors today & custard from CAP. I guess from bullcity unless you guys know if direct purchase method from Cappella, thanks for any and all help …
Hmm I don’t know dittilie about anything but TFA vanilla custard (pepper) ouch flavor…lol
It’s so strange how that flavor taste like pepper when fresh, although it does go away it just takes a while.
I want to ask you guys opinion, could I premise with VG & STEEP IN ADVANCE,maybe I could avoid having to use another vendor but I really can’t stand the pepper taste when it’s fresh,doesn’t make a ton of since. Ideas & comments please I’ve got 4oz & would like to know if steeping beforehand may help
When it comes to custards, I normally use Capella and I personally prefer it over TPA’s vanilla custard. However, I also use FlavourArt Custard and Flavorah’s Vanilla Custard and both are great options if you want the more eggy type of custard. Flavorah’s version is great at about 4-5% while I tend to stay around 1-3% when using FlavourArt Custard.
When it comes to Cheesecake flavoring, I prefer Lorann’s and add Graham Cracker or TPA Pie Crust separately. But TPA Cheesecake with Graham Cracker and Capella’s NY Cheesecake are good options that includes the graham cracker crust.
Ya know I love custard & cheesecake always have.
Maybe I can figure away to premises this custard I have on hand,but while I do that I’ll order Capella.
Thanks again for the links & information
If you’re looking for 4 oz bottles, Heartland sells a bunch for pretty good prices. Even better than what you can get directly, usually. Their selection is a little limited though. BCV would be my second choice where price is concerned.