English Toffee flavor concentrate. Available in 15 ml Raw in the dropdown.
Undiluted concentrated flavoring.
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use Median range of use is 2%
Raws should be used at .15 to .5% median range of use.
We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring
Excellent flavor!… Tested at 4% sft.
Nice English Toffee, just that.. English Toffee, no off notes.. light and buttery deliciousness! Could easily vape this by itself. This is a flavor I will keep in my flavor arsenal.. VSO White Chocolate is fantastic with this flavor. Thx Swaggy… Ordering a bigger bottle today..
whthek (verified owner) –
This is an easy concentrate to work with. Tried it at both 3% and 6%, with the latter providing lot’s of butter and mouthfeel, but with just a low/medium sweetness level. Really good on it’s own, but is fantastic at 3.5% with Shortbread Cookie/Biscuit, and Chocolate. Ordering a bigger bottle right after finishing this review, along with Shane’s Chocolate. Nice work on this one!
lyndamariepyne (verified owner) –
3% and this is a lovely toffee. It tastes like the inside of a Heath candy bar but buttery, creamy smooth like you can eat it with a spoon. Could easily be a stand alone or mix with custard, CAKE, cookies , ice cream etc. Another amazing flavor!
SessionDrummer (verified owner) –
**English Toffee (VSO) 4% / 8% (6-3-22)** — Being a huge fan of traditional English Toffee, of course I was waiting to get into this one. Most times [English Toffee](https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/english_toffee/) is simply Butter, Sugar, Chocolate, and Pecans. I decided to test this one at both 4% and 8%, and it did increase with the doubling, but not linearly. At both weights, I got a very semi-rich buttery toffee with very little chocolate and/or nuts. Now that may or may not be a deal breaker for you, but you could easily supplement if needed. I started out at 4%, and decided to double it to see if either of the two were revealed better, but they stayed hidden even at the higher weight. The buttery-ness did increase when doubling, as did the richness and some of the mouthfeel. As a solo, I preferred it at the higher weight, and since the gains were not linear, 6% might be a good resting place for this one as a solo. The creamery buttery-ness of this one was really the star of the show, and, as it turns out, was quite addicting. Smooth, buttery, and delicious were my three big take-aways on this one, that stayed true throughout the test. Sweetness was about mid level, maybe a tick higher, which was fine for a toffee candy, and there were no off-notes to be had. Now there ARE plenty off Toffee’s out there without the choco and pecans, so again, your uses/needs may vary, and even in the absence of those two profiles, it didn’t feel lacking, as the buttery toffee by itself was quite something to behold. When increasing from 4% to 8% although it didn’t increase linearly, nothing got strange, and it stayed just as clean as it had at the lower weight, which seems to be a “thing” from Shane and VSO, which MANY artificial flavors CANNOT do, or do well. Clean, almost crisp, buttery, smooth, and tasty is what you got with this one. It was good enough to ALMOST be a One-Shot. Easily a **9/10**.