VSO Graham Cracker

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Description

The graham cracker is a versatile tool to add to your arsenal. Throw some chocolate and marshmallow at it and make your own s’more. Use it as a crust for your next cheesecake. The sky is the limit! 


Undiluted concentrated flavoring.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use Median range of use is 2%

We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

 

 

Additional information

Weight .05 oz
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 4 in
Bottle Size

15 ml, 30 ml, 60 ml, 120 ml, 240 ml, 500 ml, 1000 ml

2 reviews for VSO Graham Cracker

  1. Deb (verified owner)

    Mixed sft at 3%.. (Steeped 2 weeks) Very good flavor..% can be pushed up.. But 3 was perfect for me.. tastes spot on … Trying to figure out if I taste very light spice or cinn on the end. But it’s a good clean flavor… I find all of VSO flavors to be very clean.. Another great one Swaggy…

  2. SessionDrummer (verified owner)

    **Graham Cracker (VSO) 3.5% (6-4-22)** — In my opinion, Graham Cracker is one of the harder flavors to get right, and a very FEW do. I feel like they fall into 3 camps. RFSC is my current go to with a very realistic GC, then CAP which has a punchy cinnamon note, TPA GCC which is almost more of a bakery, and the rest like FW and FLV that have an almost acrid and/or coconut note. I’ve actually MADE [Graham Crackers](https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/graham-crackers-recipe-1943365), so I know a thing or two about them. Getting the graham flour, brown sugar, molasses, and cinnamon to balance correctly IS a challenge. Wait, Graham Flour ? YES, [Graham Flour](https://www.thespruceeats.com/graham-cracker-and-flour-history-1807555), is a MUST for Graham Crackers. Now that I’ve bored you to death with my GC obsession, how DID Shane do with this one ? Pretty damned good. I didn’t get an overt cinnamon, but it could have been murking around, lower in the mix, which was great, because an overpowered/ing cinna can limit your usage. There was a VERY convincing main mid medley of Graham Flour, Molasses, and Brown Sugar, and that just checked off three very BIG boxes for me. There were also subtle buttery undertones, that worked to pull the whole thing together into a cohesive, believable GC. Sweetness was about mid level, and it felt very full at 3.5%, and had little to no off-notes, except for a minor “twang” on the finish, but just barely, and NO coconut in this one people. 🙂 I can tell you that I’ve been WAITING to get into this one, as when I previously tested VSO’s Chocolate, I got a slight almost bakery/GC note from it, and was dying to see if this one would pair with it, and I think it WILL. I’ll report back on that, as one can NEVER have too many S’mores recipes. Bakery, buttery, and convincingly Graham, is what this one was. Very clean, like all of the VSO flavors I’ve tested so far, and as a whole, it worked, and worked well. The only minor takeoff would be for the slight twang on the finish, but again, it was minor at best. Easily, a **9.5/10**.

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