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(INW) Tobacco Burley


By: Inawera (INW) - Buy Direct
Buy From: ecigexpress

Used in 17 recipes at an average of 2.474%.

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4 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Inawera's Burley is nowhere near FA's,although they share some common characteristics.FA's Burley is stronger,more concentrated,has some spicy notes and is more cigarette like in taste.Inawera's Burley is smoother,has a better balance between salt and sweet,it can be used as main aroma in a tobacco mix and i think it could be the only tobacco from inawera that can be used in higher percentages.
Tobacco symphony and the combination of pyrazine-beer nuts -creamy hazelnut add a nutty,yet not too salty note.Caramel and Miss cream make the mix just a little sweeter,smoother and somewhere in the background you might notice a slight chocolate note(depending on hardware,set up and wattage).
I really enjoy this in relatively low wattage(0,7ohms around 20watts)in mtl device.
It really needs a good 14 days steeping and is completely ready 20 days
Be patient and enjoy!

Updated: 2 March 2018
Swapped Creamy Hazelnut (FW) With Hazelnut (FW)


if you are into RY4 Tobaccos then this is not for you!

Good companion for your coffe,whiskey,rum etc

Burley (INW) 3%
Hazelnut (FW) 0.50%
Dark Vapure (FA) 0.25%
Maple Syrup (TPA) 0.25%
Raisin Rum (FLV) 0.75%
Shade (FA) 1.50%
Tuscan Reserve Ultimate (FA) 0.50

like fresh tobacco with spicy notes and.a light sweet aftertaste.needs 3 weeks steeping

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So, in light of DiyOrDie Remix month, I figured I could release one that I came up with. This is the first tobacco that I really enjoyed. It got me started on my huge love for tobacco's, especially FLV tobaccos.

I was given this by a shop owner and she enjoyed it as well, she wanted me to try and work with it and see if I could come up with something similar.

"Harking back to lush lowlands mellowed by the mists of the Appalachian mountains, Golden Tennessee delivers a taste of light air-cured burley tobacco, with sweet maple and deep oak notes."

So, I looked around and tried several burleys, including a canadian burley. I wanted to see if the maple in it worked. None of these came close to me, except INW. I wanted FLV, but after a few months I realized it just wasn't it. Oak wood was a pretty easy one to go with. The oak blends with the tobacco very well, gives a great oak taste. Maple was a little tougher. I went through a few maples, and when I opened FA Maple Syrup, i knew it was the right one. I played around with mixing it and this is where I came. The maple seems high, but it falls into a bottom note after steep. The smell of the mix, when you open the bottle, and the vapor after pull is heavier maple aroma. The taste is a smooth burley, with a maple undertone, and oak. This is a very simple recipe to me, but I enjoy this and figured I would throw it out there for others.

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