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(FA) Oak Wood


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A Virginia Perique Blend with Burley and a hint of oak.

Recipe created for /r/mixersclub. Become a member today :)

Whenever I’m setting out to do a plain tobacco recipe, I’ll usually have the general idea in my mind, and search through tobacco reviews to kind of fill in all the blanks. For this month’s submission, I googled “Irish Tobacco” and hit up this page for Peterson Irish Oak. Tobaccoreviews.com is a really great source for inspiration because people that take the time to write reviews for Pipe tobaccos usually use some great descriptions for what they’re tasting, and the reviews are sorted by “most helpful.” So you usually get some ConcreteRiver level reviews at the top.

I’ll read the top three or four reviews and start thinking of flavors that fit the description.

A freshly opened tin reveals tangy woody and dry grass aromas with an upfront sweetness and background pepper note.

So right off the bat I’m thinking FA Oak Wood (woody), INW TA Virginia (grass), INW TA Garuda (sweetness), and INW Black for Pipe and FA Black Pepper (pepper.)

The flavour builds down the bowl, and mid-bowl the smoke transforms into more nutty and wood-like flavours. Overall the flavour is dominated by Virignia and Burley, but it is very much a unique blend (and I wouldn't say this is a classic Va-Per). The perique is detectable and adds spice but the taste overall is dry-nuttier...

Alright, so we are going to need a nutty Burley and probably give that Virginia a little boost. I’ve been messing around lately with mixing HS No. 5 with FLV Red Burley to create a toasted, nutty Burley. So that’ll get added to the list. FLV Virginia is a nice sweet Virginia that will give a bit more depth to the TA Virginia (in my submission to mixersclub I used INW Sunset Virginia, which I’m really liking, but my first version that used FLV Virginia is really good, and it’s a more common flavor.) I’m also thinking the Black for Pipe/Pepper should be quite low, so it doesn’t overpower the Virginia and burley.

All this is from the first review, and I’ve mostly got it figured out. The reviews after I will start playing around with the ratios and maybe seeing if someone got something completely different that I maybe should consider adding.

If there is burley present, it's blended harmoniously as I don't pick it up as a dominant or distinct flavor.

Uh oh, is there a strong Burley note or not?! Should I drop it? Better read more. Scroll through and see “nutty” mentioned a couple more times and feel safe to keep it in there. There’s really only so much you can get from a few reviews, and eventually you’ll have to start making decisions based on how you want the mix to taste. I’ve been in a Burley mood lately, so my Irish Oak is gonna have some gosh darn nutty Burley.

Anyways, figured I’d throw out a little bit of my mixing technique when it comes to trying to create a real tobacco profile. In case anyone ever wants to give it a whirl.

Subs:
HS Virginia and INW Virginia are both fairly similar to FLV Virginia. INW I would keep the 1.5%, HS I would go 2-2.5%. INW Sunset Virginia at 2% is also pretty nice, and has a bit of a nutty flavor to it that compliments the Burley.

If you don’t have FA Black Pepper, you can try FA Perique Black at .15-.2%. Or bump the Black for Pipe up to .8% and add .15% FLV Heat.

If you don’t have HS No. 5, get it. In the meantime, turn that Red Burley up to 1.3%.

I really liked TPA RY4 Double solo when I got it, but it got boring quick. Obviously not enough tobacco, top heavy, and just kind of flat. I was working on another variation with DFS Holy Holy Grail, but that needs to be something else completely. I tried a few existing recipes that were using additional tobacco to bolster RY4Ds, but they were still lacking in my opinion. INW Dark for Pipe was an obvious choice, and is a perfect match with RY4D. I really like this stuff fresh just because of how potent Dark for Pipe is, but after 3 weeks everything has come together and blended wonderfully. If you want an RY4 that has some serious punch this is what you are looking for.

INW Classic for pipe Dark:

This stuff I awesome. Dark, earthy, skunky tobacco with some dark fruit and a little cacao. It's an absolutely perfect match with RY4D, and the cigar / fruit / cacao make this a perfect base for a stanky RY4.

INW Classic for pipe Black:

A legit full bodied, smoky tobacco to add a bit more depth and authenticity to the Dark.

TPA RY4 Double:

Not much that needs to be said about this. A really fantastic RY4, I get loads of smooth caramel, and almost no vanilla or tobacco. Which is great because I really don't like vanilla. This started high, but after a couple variations it ended up at 4%. At first it really stands out, but after some time it comes together with Dark and they blend perfectly.

FA Oak Wood:

This was the perfect way to add a little more body while also adding some wood and a little more sweetness that I wanted but wasn't quite getting after dropping the RY4D to where it is. Also doesn't add any additional gunkyness while bringing a little more authenticity to the tobacco base.

Enjoy!

Modified from Tappppppppp's Whiskey&RY, based on the suggestion of /u/chemicalburnvictim. I may make another alteration depending on how the steep affects this version.

This is a peach pie tobacco vape for all days. Shisha / Hookah lovers should definitely try this recipe. If you don't have FLV Red Burley, you can sub by FLV Kentucky or Cured Tobacco.
The FA apricot - oakwood adds warmth to the recipe and the FLV Marshmallow fluffins it all up.
CAP Yellow peach is leading fruit here.
Sweeten to your own liking. You can S&V but waiting a good week is better.

Enjoy and any comment is welcome.
Screwdriver

This is a red apple pie tobacco vape for all days. Shisha / Hookah lovers should definitely try this recipe. If you don't have FLV Cured Tobacco, you can sub by FLV Kentucky or Red Burley.
The FA apricot - oakwood adds warmth to the recipe and the FLV Marshmallow fluffins it all up.
FA Stark apple does not need Liquid Amber IMO.
Sweeten to your own liking.

Enjoy and any comment is welcome.
Screwdriver

Not FA Custard Pi it is FA custard premium.

Simple 4 concentrate deliscious rich, dark, creamy, smokey, sweet, vanilla/caramel/toffee custard that reminds me of the fall. Great after 3 day I'm guessing it will get only better with a steep.

A Simply Beautiful Shake N Vape Tobacco...Shines After a Few Weeks
Cuban Cigar Dipped in Jamaican Rum with a light note of Coconut

Amazing All Day Vape!!
Butter Pecan RY4
Your opinions are deeply appreciated.

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This recipe is based on my original recipe Dune. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/57961#dune_an_arrakis_remix_by_kindground

Here I've replaced the clove and cardamom with a baked apple and cinnamon. I left the honey because it fits and seems like it's part of the tobacco base.

This needs to steep. Those FLV tobaccos are going to fade out around day 4 and come back around day 10. Give it time!

Spiced tobacco blended with whiskey-soaked oak wood and topped with smoke and ash.

Black Jack Tobacco is a nice medium tobacco with hints of liquorice. It's a little lacking in the fullness department, so I used the bold taste of Black for Pipe to boost it up. Clove isn't too strong at 0.5% and it adds a spice friend for the liquorice.

INW Whisky is a flavor I've really fallen in love with. It's quite strong, so even at 0.75% it is very noticeable. I'm amazed at how Oak Wood seems to have "soaked" up the whiskey and created a booze-infused wood taste.

Black Fire and DNB add smoke and ash respectively. These two flavors pop up in tobacco recipes for a reason- they're delicious!

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