By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 81 recipes at an average of 0.923%.
Today we bring you an all Flavorah recipe, and when we're talking about Flavorah, how can we not mention their tobaccos? These have short steep times and are very pleasant to vape on from day one.
Alright, here's what we wanted to tackle for this recipe: we wanted to play around with the idea of having a soft and consistent gradient between the different shades of the leaves, starting with caramel darkness transitioning all the way into a bright citric green. Without further ado, let's get to the notes of this complex yet light recipe.
This is a dark tobacco and it has a sort of caramel-like texture, it's an amazing flavor. It sits at the base of our mix and it delivers the darker shades of our gradient.
FLV Oriental Tobacco
This is our yellow shade of tobacco, contributing to a little beat of dryness and mildly ashy, sitting right in the middle of our gradient.
FLV Yakima Hops, FLV Tangerine
The Yakima fit very well into the initial idea, it has that greenness that we wanted while also being a bit citric, pairing really well with the Tangerine which is the top note of the mix. This combo delivers an incredible aroma of bergamot leaves!
The choice of this flavor might be odd when you first see in the recipe but it is primordial and it actually fills in all the missing colors to make our gradient as smooth as we wanted. It has that darker flavor while also contributing with the brighter notes of the mix, it also delightfully sweetens our tobaccos!
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So This my take on a all Flavorah tobacco mix.
Butterscotch, Tatanka, Cavendish and smoked Butterscotch: This is my ry4 Tobacco base. Tatanka has a nice Dark and nutty Tobacco note, butterscotch has a Dark buttery caramel and the smoked butterscotch gives it a touch of smoke which i wanted in this mix.
Rainer Cherry, Cavendish: This i my kinda top note of my Tobacco. Rainer cherry is a very candy cherry flavor, and not a cherry i would recommend, but in Tobaccos it just shines through he whole mix. It’s comes through as a soft and Bright cherry which blends lovelely with the ry4 base. The Cavendish Creates the bridge between the the ry4 and adds a touch of floral cherry to the Tobacco.
Smooth Vanilla: 0,5% is HIGH. Dont go there, but in this mix, it is perfect. I wanted the floral note from the smooth vanilla and the vanilla and i get both at this %.
Mocha, Sweetness: Adds a Deep Rich chocolate note and a slight sweetness which keeps the mix for being TOO dry.
Diy Downunder Flavorah mixing challenge- dessert.
Cavendish- nice pipe tobacco with cherry notes that goes well with the berries.
Blueberry muffin- main berry but not much of a muffin.
Boysenberry- to boost the blueberry.
Raisin rum- to darken and add a little warmth to the berries
Coconut- to add butter to vanilla pudding.
Poundcake- for a little bit more texture and cakiness.
White chocolate- a little bit more butter and sweet chocolate drizzle doesn't kill anyone!
Hope you enjoy!
Been playing with some cavendish and different tobaccos/sweeteners to make mixes that have fallen on the range between straight tobacco and something smoother and sweeter. This combination was developed for an mtl rta and never tested outside of that. I imagine DTL would add more nuance which would likely bring out more complex tobacco notes and sweetness so some adjustments could be made depending on your tastes.
This comes across as a slightly sweet, dark flavored pipe tobacco with some emphasis on the tobacco and a hint of nuttiness to balance the sweet.
Baccos: hs ry1 provides the bulk of the bacco as a kind of neutral ciggie type flavor which gets slightly bent towards the more pipe feel with cavendish. At 0.5%, cavendish adds sweet syrupy pipe darkness without any ash or spice notes. Any higher than 0.5 and that part gets more intense and I wouldn’t take it higher than 0.75-1 if you wanted more of that here.
Additives: Arabian adds a distinctive nuttiness and body to the baccos. It settles down a bit by day 3 but is fairly prominent nonetheless. m&h provides a boost for the sweet and can be reduced for less sweetness particularly if you add more cavendish. I’d drop by 0.25 for every 0.1 of cavendish added if that’s your game. Smooth vanilla is intense at 0.2 so I use one drop (approximately 0.2) per 30ml because I’m too lazy to make a dilution. It’s a subtle amount here that needs about 3 days to come forward. I’ve found 0.02g/10ml to be a bold ass vanilla that needs at least several days to settle, 0.02g/15ml for a strong distinctive vanilla to settle in a few and 0.02g/30ml for the vanilla to creep in after a few days. As this is mostly snv (3 days) I stick with one drop per 30ml and I like it that way.
As always, there’s room to play here. You can sub out hs ry1 for a variety of baccos for different results. Flv Turkish at 1.5 for more spiced notes is my second choice. M&h can probably be subbed for something suitably sweet or even sweet cig at 0.5-1. Vanilla of choice at appropriate amounts. Smooth has some body so I’d probably stay with inw shisha before any others but I can see most any other working if you want some variety.
This one is good as is and is mostly balanced out by day 3. If you try it, I hope you enjoy it. If you change it, let me know because I am always tweaking and like how the parts here can be altered to keep it fresh.
okay this is my vanilla tobacco but with cavendish and no vanilla bacco - should be good I think - wouldnt mind a review LOL :) I used cavendish instead of FLV arabian tobacco and just nixed the vanilla bacco - but otherwise same recipe - this is for folks who REALLY enjoy tobacco cuz Im guess ing its strongly of tobacco - still need to try it but wanna wait a day at least.
A very tasteful blend of selected tobacco aromas finished with an oaky American bourbon with a smooth finish. You get a dark mysterious vape with light ashy notes, overall a sweetened tobacco taste, enriched with butterscotch and bourbon and a smooth vanilla aroma.
Pretty sure you'll love this one, but you'll hate me as well for being a coil killer I've been told :D
This being my most wanted tobacco mix amongst fellow vapers and friends.
I finally decided to share this mix with all of you.
Enjoy the vape.
Catacomb. This is my inaugural attempt at a tobacco profile. I have to say, it took some time to develop a palate for tobaccos but I think this is a very nice first tobacco recipe. This recipe needs a full month steep to fully develop. If you vape it too soon you will get too much of an ashy note. Also, this is a recipe for people who love tobacco profiles. So, if you don't like tobaccos, this might not be for you. If you are a connoisseur of tobacco profiles, I think this will be right up your alley.
My goal here was to make a honey, roasted pecans and cream, tobacco, with brown sugar notes, ...heavy on the tobacco note. So you will get a bit of an ash in this mix. But if you let it steep for a month the ashy note will subside a lot.
This recipe is pretty self explanatory, but I will break it down.
The FLV (CA)vendish is there to represent the ashy tobacco. It's quite strong so only .1% is required.
The FLV (TA)tanka is there for a deep, slightly moist tobacco.
The FLV (COMB)Milk & Honey adds the honey and a bit of milky creaminess.
The DFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 is there for the brown sugars.
And last but not least, the WF Roasted Pecans & Cream adds the roasted pecans and adds a bit of creaminess and a very slight roasted coffee note.
I hope experienced tobacco profile vapers will mix this and give me feedback as tobacco profiles are new to me and would love to see the comments. If you're not an experienced tobacco profile vaper, maybe this will be your introduction into tobaccos.
Steep time is 1 month. Yes I know that's a long time to wait, but I think you will be glad you did.
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