Nope, each color, brand and type of PLA is different. Also bear in mind, that 190deg for you may in reality be 205 deg for me. These thermistors can measure wildly different readings. Generally printing hotter results in more ooze, but better layer adhesion. Everything in 3D Printing is about finding a balance with which you’re comfortable with for the specific part you are printing. For this material, I’d stick with 190deg for most tasks unless you find layer adhesion issue or want to improve layer adhesion.