Acetyl Pyrazine 5% PG-TFA

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Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).  Acetyl Pyrazine is typically used to enhance tobacco flavors or to bring out a nutty or bready note.  However it is very strong and not very forgiving so start by adding just a drop to your mix - add too much and your juice may end up tasting like corn chips!  Recommended to start testing at 0.5% to base or less and adjust to taste.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

 

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  • 5
    Acetyl Pyrazine

    Posted by Jim on 9th Sep 2022

    I had wondered about this concentrate for a long time and talked to Drew at BCF and he told me how much to use to enhance my tobacco flavors. It does smell like corn chips, but if used in low amounts it's an amazing flavor booster!

  • 5
    Strange, But great flavor.

    Posted by J on 8th Jul 2022

    This stuff is strong. I suggest only using 2-3 drops for every 20ml

  • 5
    Must have

    Posted by 317CloudClub on 16th Aug 2021

    I use this a lot in my nuts and breads and bakeries .. it should be in everybody's arsenal

  • 5
    Nutty

    Posted by Derek on 28th Apr 2020

    Good stuff clean tasting nutty flavor

  • 5
    YUMMY ...

    Posted by RAE on 10th Jan 2020

    Super Great @ a low % and a Steep AND Be Careful because it can Ruin a Great Recipe ...

  • 1
    Acetyl Pyrazine 5%

    Posted by Frederick Montney on 12th Dec 2018

    used at .75% and still got chemical taste, overbearing. Doesn't dilute.

  • 5
    0,3% will be changed by your taste to the best

    Posted by Samil Rajabov on 26th Sep 2018

    Surely necessary to you. 0,3% will be changed by your taste to the best. Thanks to the Bullcity team for fast and high-quality work!

  • 5
    Good quality

    Posted by Justin Prusinski on 25th Aug 2018

    I like this stuff only use a few drops per 60ml. Otherwise it tastes like doritos. Lol

  • 3
    I'm sure it does the job for some, just not me.

    Posted by Mr Salts on 28th Jul 2018

    Started out at 1% - got Corn Chips. Went to .25% then .1% - all I could taste was a slight tobacco note. I'm sure it's just my taste buds. Most people love lobster - not so with me. Too bad about the lobster thing - I live in Maine, my neighbor is a "lobstah-man" and has offered me free lobster whenever I want some, just can't develop a taste for the stuff