Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Chemnovatic (CNV).
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!
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It's a good workable pudding, with a nice fairly forward vanilla note. It does lack a bit of body and thickness. It's my #2, as it doesn't dethrone Flavorah vanilla pudding for me. It's very reminiscent of a snack pack pudding pack. Easy enough to thicken up a bit.
**Vanilla Pudding (Chemnovatic) 7% (7-3-20)** -- TWO LEFT on deck. When I smelled this when mixing it up, I was reminded of CAP's VC. There is indeed a fairly forward custard element in this Vanilla Pudding, so that may make you WANT it, or HATE it already. I was never a huge fan of CAP VC, but use it daily to add body in custard/creams/bakeries despite that fact. I think my FIRST take on this was more of a reduced CAP VC with some mid level vanilla, and a touch of bakery. My current go to Vanilla Pudding fav would be Flavorah's hands down, with VT's Pudding Base as a runner up. This one wasn't bad by any means, and was actually quite good. Did it leave me thinking "pudding", not really. It actually could be used quite easily by not CAP VC fans for a custard experience with the eggy slap to the face. All in, this could be easily used, almost like a custard, a mixer, and as a baser for a pudding, but not sure if for my tastes, I'd leave it AS a pudding. Sweetness was below mid level, no overt eggy-ness, but still with very CAP VC like qualities. Didn't seem to be pushing the ceiling on this @ 7%, and was nicely full, and almost rich at this testing weight. Everyone seems to have a different take on "puddings", so your mileage will vary, and although pretty good as a custard like bakery flav., not feeling the super pudding here. Good enough to place at a **7/10**.