By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 299 recipes at an average of 0.896%.
Orange Campari is popular cocktail based on the italian bitter Campari and fresh orange juice. Simple enough, it has a perfect contrast between the sweeter and bitter, ideal for a drink before dinner.
This recipe was possible thanks to FLV Back Bar Bitters, which was bended into a Campari by adding Pomegranate and Rhubarb.
Enjoy and salud!
This is a delicious tobacco layer. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I use FLV Kinako Soy.
To build on this layer feel free to add Fig, Dates , or any dark berries.
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This is my take on the classic cocktail Bees Knees - which like many prohibition-era cocktails was invented as a way to hide the scent and flavor of poor quality homemade spirits. The addition of honey was considered bizarre by some at the time, since sugar is more usual. The original cocktail is made with gin, but I felt that Bourbon is a better pairing in this style of cocktail
On the inhale and exhale you get a sweetened honeyed lemonade with a tart blood orange and darker spice notes on the finish
tested in a reload RDA at 60 watts . it is good at 3 days
This mix is based off of the the FOGVLOG layerz episode back bar bitters https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
I built off profile that was presented on layerz
The lemon needed some more tartness and VT sour lemon is pretty good at adding that really tart note .. but it is not sour
Honey Bee is light and floral so the golden syrup helps with adding some dark notes
blood orange holds the middle here and connects to the back bar bitters pulling out the orange note
bourbon adds a nice dark warm note to the finish
back bar bitters adds a nice dark spice note that gets your lemon to really pop with a bitter orange note and creates a unique finish
So I wanted to do something different and something with flv bourbon..
So this is a spiced bourbon whiskey with blueberries and vanilla.
The flv bourbon is such an incredible authentic flavor, and I wanted primarily to showcase that, but I also wanted it to be vapeable, so by adding som fresh blueberries and some creamy vanilla it calms the bourbon “harshness” down, making it a soft but yet spiced vape. I’m really enjoying this.
So a little cocktail for St Paddy day! this is a sweet and slightly tart cocktail based on a Midori melon ball. On the inhale you get that bright citrus note followed by the sweet honeydew and bit of sweet warmth added from the bourbon. Good on an RDA at 60 watts after a 3 - 4 day steep. NOTE This grows a bit and the honeydew really comes forward after a day or so, so give it at least 3 days before deciding if you want to change anything to suit your taste
For the melon - FLV honeydew is the main note - it is a sweet almost creamy type of honeydew it is full body and has a slight syrup/ sticky sweetness note to it and seems to grow over time this need to be balanced with some wild melon and melon rind to add some more wetness of a cocktail
For the sweet and sour mixer i used a combination of citrus soda which to me is very much like a sprite soda with a lemon/lime main note - it is bright, front forward and also seems to grow.. Blood orange which brings a nice bright citrus sweetness along with some tartness and helps filling the middle a bit finally apple sour which is a sweet and sour candy syrup like note. This contrast is needed to create balance in a handcrafted cocktail.
Bourbon is used low here for some warm notes as you would expect in an alcohol beverage - but it is not booze . it also add some darker sweet notes to contrast some of the brighter top notes
SWEETENER: I added sweetness to mine at .5% as I like that additional sweetness which midori has but it is really not needed as the honeydew is pretty sweet on its own
i know this recipe sounds crazy, but give it a try.
we all know that sometimes the combination of different flavor profiles can bring something unique.
remember that Kiwi Bourbon? This is the same sort of strange profile, but i like it.
you can play around with it by lowering the honeycomb to push the grapefruit a bit more.
Tatanka Rubio, part two in a Tatanka tobacco trilogy.
This is their story... "I believe today that this place is bigger than the dream I had for it. What it means to anyone that comes here will be up to them. Tatanka was not designed as the white man’s version of the Native American. Rather it stands as a centerpiece for two cultures, one whose very lives depended on the buffalo and one who saw it as a means to an end. It recognizes and accepts that this is our mutual history. It can also represent the chance to move forward." Kevin Costner, Attraction Founder/Owner
A balanced tobacco recipe where FLV Tatanka create a smooth, rich and full-bodied flavor with the FW Butterscotch Ripple and nutty flavor of the FW Creamy Hazelnut.
Just enough FLV Bourbon and VTA Salted Caramel to spice up this recipe.
A simple recipe, beautiful and bold.
As always, add whatever sweetener at liking, i did not used any.
This is one of those recipes that benefit of a longer than usual steep.
Minimal 14 days, a longer steep will benefit the overall taste.
A Simple Bourbon Chocolate Tobacco. A nice sweet chocolate boozie tobacco vape
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Check The video of this mix on youtube.. Recipe here mixed Live -----> https://youtu.be/ywz-qAvgC_M
Citric tropical juice infused with a light rum boozy note and a slightly creamy finish.
If your sensitive to TH I would let it steep a few days so that the citric notes calm down and you can also use EM to add a little smoothness if your one of those people sensitive to the citric notes in lime Tahiti and sweet tangerine.
*used a touch of Pom for the grenadine
Inspired by the Hurricane Cocktail.
2 oz. light rum
3 oz. dark rum
6 oz. passion fruit juice
6 oz. orange juice
2 tbsp. grenadine