Vanilla Custard-TFA

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Vanilla Custard-TFA

Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).  A rich, buttery custard flavor. 

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!


This product contains Acetoin:  >=1% and <10%


This product contains Acetyl Propionyl:  >=1% and <10%


Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    This is amazing...

    Posted by Papa Bear on 25th Apr 2018

    I went ahead and dove in got a 4oz bottle, and I'm not regretting it at all. The one and only issue is my wife says she tastes a peppery note. It makes me sad she can't enjoy this. P.S. She loves CAP V1 Custard.

  • 5
    must have

    Posted by Samil Rajabov on 28th Mar 2018

    I agree with Chris King. He is not as aggressive as the VC Capella. And very versatile. Can be used in fruit and tobacco mix.

  • 5
    vanilla custard

    Posted by Shila on 11th Sep 2017

    This flavor is so useful in my mixes, buying a bigger bottle soon.

    Thanks so much bcf, awesome company. :)

  • 5
    Best Custard

    Posted by Chris King on 10th Jul 2017

    I know everyone says Capella's VC is king, but I say TFA is better. Throw this one in your cart if you haven't tried it!

  • 4
    Practice patients

    Posted by Ronald Bentley on 29th Jun 2017

    I used at 2% then at .5%. Let it steep! Dont rush creams and custards and vanillas. Steeping is always needed. Give this one atleast a week. The flavor will slap the crap out of your taste buds if you practice patients

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd May 2017

    This has to be my favorite very very good stuff. :) :)

  • 5

    Posted by Paul Verlengia on 9th Feb 2017


  • 5
    Just Buy It

    Posted by Amber on 5th Dec 2016

    I get that everyone loves Cap Custard V1, I mean who doesn't...However, if you want to save a little money, get TFA. It is equally fantastic, and has a tad more vanilla punch to it (at least for me). It really is delicious. Mixing with CAP VBIC takes it to a whole new level of fun as well. If I had known how good TFA's version was, I would have gotten it many of custards ago.

  • 5
    Same ole same ole

    Posted by AJ Fox on 22nd Sep 2016

    To me If I was given a blind taste test between this and CAP I could honestly not tell the difference. I Bought this one by accident when I went to reorder more CAP. Crap happens. But lately I have been swapping between the two on my recipes and can NOT taste any difference. I gave CAP 5 stars and am doing the same here. And as with any custards, steep long and don't die from the chemicals :) lol

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