What exactly makes vanilla French? "French Vanilla" started out as an ice cream flavor. For an ice cream to be called "French vanilla"-flavored, it has to contain a certain amount of egg yolks. If you look at a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a scoop of French vanilla ice cream, you'll notice that the French vanilla scoop is a little more yellow, and that's because it was made with natural egg yolks. Although it started out as an ice cream, French vanilla has also been adapted for other flavor purposes, too, including coffee creamer. Now you can have the creamy, rich taste of French vanilla in an e-liquid, as you'll see from www.cloudchasers.com's selection of French vanilla e-liquids.