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FLV Root Beer: This Root Beer nails all the top notes just perfectly. A perfect blend of wintergreen, anise, and hints of sarsaparilla. It's a bit thin tasting, so it needs a little help with depth. We get that much needed help from FLV Vanilla Bean and FLV Caramel.
FLV Vanilla Bean: This has some elements similar to FLV Cream, but a bit more tame and a lot less dairy. Those dairy notes are replaced by a soft vanilla overtone that shows up just enough to keep the root beer authentic.
FLV Caramel: Our dark, syrupy sweetness. We don't need much here, at .5% it barely shows through at all. Lower than .25% it wasn't present enough, and at .5% it's almost too much. Wanting to balance the higher % of caramel, I added a tiny bit of FLV Lime to brighten up the back end and finish the recipe.
FLV Lime: It took just a few drops to turn this around and make a perfect bright soda finish.
FLV Ginger: My first test at .25% this didn't show up quite enough. .75% was too high for my taste and it started to wash out the more delicate notes in the Root Beer. Dialed back to .4% it seems to sit just right. Present, but not overly so.
I may come back and tinker with this, but I'm pretty happy with where it is right now.
This is my attempt at making a cigar with lots of interesting back notes. Everyday it steeps it seems like a different back note comes out to play. You get a little caramel, butterscotch, honey, and even a little mocha/coffee all while vaping a cigar type flavor. I just accented all the back notes i already tasted in the tobacco flavors and I really like what it created. I enjoy this after a 10 day steep it seems like everyday a different back note comes out to play making this a very interesting tobacco mix. This is my first tobacco flavor I have released to the community and would really love to here what you all think in the reviews...
I used Connecticut shade as my cigar leaf wrap and the mixture of red burley and oriental tobacco as my cigar filler.
I then used all the rest of the flavors purely to help bring out the back notes in the tobaccos. I feel like this tastes just like a honey backwoods cigar. In no way do any of these other ingredients over power the tobaccos at any time. This is a tobacco through and through with some delicious back notes.
This is a perfect caramel bread pudding in my opinion. Its an all Flavorah recipe so in my opinion the steep time is much less because of it being all Flavorah flavors. I think its good to vape after it settles overnight and is at its best after 3 days. If you like bread pudding then I dare to say you will love this. Not to mention all of these flavors are good highly concentrated flavors that are all worth having in your arsenal.
This is a straight forward Banana Cream dessert with whipped cream dolloped on top, then covered with a caramel sauce and sprinkled with toasted almonds. It's well balanced and addicting!
The custard helps build the body up and give the banana a pudding style flavor as well as keep the caramel on the top. Then you'll get a light whipped cream accented with a hint of toasted almond on the tail end of the exhale. The super sweet can be bumped to .5% if you like it a little sweeter.
I remember my grandfather's pipe and how good it would smell every time he would light up that Prince Albert soft vanilla. It was this sweet tobacco that left a nutty vanilla scent just lingering in the air. It wasn't offensive like a cigarette, it was a smell I really enjoyed. It's one of those nostalgia scents, and when I smell it to this day it reminds me of him sitting on the porch just puffing away enjoying life. Prince Albert is a Burley tobacco, and until I tested FLV Red Burley, no other Burley flavors brought me back to that place in time, they all missed the mark of what Burley really was. So now that I found it, I give you...Prince Albert's Gold!
I single flavor tested FLV Smore in various percentages and all I could think of was damn this is all the enticing flavor notes I need to pair with a classic southern tobacco blend. But it wasn't all the notes I needed for this one.
The name? I have no clue, vaping a few iterations of this in a hotel on a business trip I just thought it needed this name :)
The combo of Red Burley and Cured is a natural one for me. They just seem to perfectly complement each other. Cured keeps Red Burley from getting too far into "Nutty Land" and Red Burley keeps cured out of the "Generic Tobacco Park" Both are excellent tobacco concentrates. I threw Tatanka in on a whim "AND IT JUST WORKS" so no magic here. I will be chucking some Tatanka in a few things going forward, another great concentrate. (If you are unlucky enough to not have Tatanka, FLV Native works really well here at 1% I just liked the Tatanka version a bit better.
The dessert notes, I really wanted this to be more of a tobacco vape with nuance notes in the back ground. I get carried away and tend to make them RICH. This is a test of my restraint in balancing a tobacco dessert profile as opposed to my usual DESSERT tobacco profiles.
FLV Smore - I really wanted this one to play here and bring a little of the toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate notes it has in. I get an indistinct creamy texture with this concentrate. It may be my broken taste buds, it may be everyone's WHO CARES, it just works here. I do not get much if any graham cracker with this concentrate. It may be that you have to take it up higher than I am brave enough to with this concentrate. The chocolate here gets to be a bit strong above 1.5% and I absolutely despise chocolate vapes.
FLV Toffee and FLV Caramel, using here to bring some more sweet to this this, some more brown, some more rich to tame this tobacco profile a bit more so that more people than me can enjoy it. Using the Toffee of course for the "Murcan" toffee note that it has and the Caramel to bring the sweet and brown up a notch. Also using these two to cut the chocolate note a bit so I can enjoy this, if you missed it, I hate chocolate vapes.
Steep times, most of you sometimes tobacco vapers are gonna want to let this sit for a week to tame those tobaccos some and let the other notes come in to play a bit more. If you are like me and enjoy that bold fresh in yo face tobacco that FLV has when fresh are gonna want to mix larger and SnV then enjoy on a steep.
VG, I truly believe that tobacco vapes are best at 60%VG or 50% VG, some will call poo on that so do as you please :) (this is good at 70% VG)
Super rich, butterscotch-caramel heavy tobacco with a creamy vanilla finish. Simple 4 flavor recipe, but still big on warm tobacco flavor. If you're a fan of RY4 style vapes, this one is sweet and creamy but at the same time it has a deep rich tobacco notes throughout.
FLV Tatanka has a smooth, rich, leafy tobacco note with a backdrop of coffee notes. This flavor on its own is already a rich RY4 style tobacco and is simply enhanced by the addition of extra caramel and smooth creamy vanilla notes. The Butterscotch is a brighter note that works well with the coffee rich back notes.
Overall I have enjoyed nearly a full 30mls of this recipe in just one day. This was actually just a random recipe I threw together for myself to have a tobacco to vape, but I'm going to have to mix more of this for myself just have a larger amount on hand. It went so well with my morning coffee that will need to save myself a few ml just to have in the morning before I mix more.
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A simple yet delicious butterscotch cookie. FLV Butterscotch along with sweetness adds a gooey effect being a soft crack butterscotch. FLV Caramel helps to boost the butterscotch note, bringing depth and more sweetness to the recipe. At the heart of the profile is the cookie. CAP Sugar Cookie makes the base and FA Cookie adds the crunchy aspect. Then the combination of TFA Marshmallow and TFA Vanilla Swirl help to authenticate and round off the cookie by adding a creamy, yet eggy mouth feel to the over all profile. So there you have it, mix it up and enjoy. Please leave your feedback and follow me for my next creation. Thanks SK