Bavarian Cream-Cap

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Bavarian Cream-Cap

Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Capella.


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  • 4
    Bavarian cream

    Posted by Nicholas Green on 21st Sep 2018

    This flavor is amazing it's a very strong flavor over powered my lemon cheesecake the first time I mixed it so I used less on the next batch and bang boogie it's a killer

  • 5
    Best Bavarian Cream

    Posted by Germ on 30th Jul 2018

    Use at 3% Capella makes the best creams

  • 4
    Not bad for first test as flavor enhancer.

    Posted by Cassandra paeyne on 3rd Oct 2017

    Great smell, so I used it to enhance a coffee flavored juice. I didn't use alot so I didn't notice the alcohol smell that other's have noticed. I'd use it again in most of my recipes, just not necessarily my favorite.

  • 4
    It would be 5 stars, yet...

    Posted by Owlish on 23rd Aug 2017's high quality. It's hard to rate according to personal taste. The taste is quite pleasing and unique.

  • 5
    I'm new to this ...

    Posted by Shelly Splinter on 16th Jun 2017

    New but pleased. Got desired effect of yum yum Strawberries in my recipe.

  • 3
    Nutvarian cream?

    Posted by Fog Walker on 9th Sep 2016

    I like to stay low in my percentages. High or low, no matter what it has this dry nutty front to it that causes at least me to focus on that, and taste no cream really at all. It's not favorable either on that end. However it can have it's uses. The front of its taste could be hidden into other nutty profiles or cereals, probably tobacco because why not. Don't stick to the norm. This benefits mouth feel of maybe adding grain and air. Using it paired with bakery and creams I found to be a bit less useful. At 2% and up it has given mixes this weird taste which again either caused focus on that odd front or mute others. Some recommend staying at a low .5
    TFA and LA hold the throne on this one for me.

  • 5

    Posted by Nate on 7th Jun 2016

    I like this bavarian cream. it tastes like it smells. Very rich with vanilla tones and a deepness I can't really describe. Almost like the husk you get from cereal flavors. Has a great bakery taste. I use this as a accent to my tfa bavarian cream and it adds a great boost. I started using this in a recipe I already had mixed up. I added 3 drops per 10ml and it really gave it a deeper taste. Especially on the back half. Never used as a stand alone or singular cream in a recipe yet but I plan to. I'd recommend it to others.

  • 1
    horrible after taste

    Posted by Jake Allison on 26th May 2016

    This flavoring has a horrible alcohol taste in it. I emailed BCV and they told me that it's normal. That they had others report this harsh alcohol taste.

  • 4
    Bavarian Cream by Capella

    Posted by Richard Krueger on 29th Nov 2015

    Capella's Bavarian isn't my first choice. LorAnn's holds that place for Bavarian Cream. But then, Capella's is about $13. LorAnn's is $24! Capella's Bavarian Cream is a very close runner-up. It works great in my mixes and as a stand alone, it offers a smooth creamy vanillaish vape. I mix it at 10% as a stand alone. In my mixes, 3%-8% depending on what I am looking for in the final product. I steep this for atleast 10 days, longer is better. Of the 3 most common flavor houses, TFA, FW and Cap. Capella's Bavarian Cream stands at the front of the line.

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