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This is a nice sweet Carmel peanut butter tobacco vape.
Ry4 Double with FLV Cured makes a nice tobacco flavor with hints of Carmel.
TFA peanut butter is my Favorite works well here and the Maple syrup enhances the sweetness. ( you can sub DX PB).
Cereal 27 adds a nice Grittiness to it which I love.
The Vanilla Swirl lightens the notes to make the flavors work so well together. Allow about 3 days of a steep. Mixed at 60/40 as this is my go to. Mix how you like.
Dark, rich and rewarding tobacco . This ons is not for feint-hearted.
LB tobacco/Flv Conneticut shade - dark and morbid with deep fermented tones and accents of cloves and cardemon. In fact, it is so depressing it makes Norilsk seem like Disney land in spring.
We then drape the tobacco base in a macabre blanket of flv cured and minora blades while whimsically whisling to the tune of "Dress rehearsal rags" by Leonard Cohen.
Flv virginia - the sweet golden virginia provides the last sliver of hope that helps you cling on to your mortal coil.
FA black pepper - to burn your tongue, if you dare lick your wounds.
Its is a fantastically dark and rich tobacco profile with deep aromatic tones and a lingering tobacco aftertaste... Oh and it hits like a ton of bricks.
@id10t mentioned he wanted a graham cracker butterscotch tobacco. Since LB didn’t do a very good job of it with their concentrate. So I decided to take a stab at it. It is really tasty off the shake but with FLV tobaccos they fade out around 5-7 days then come back around day 10-14. So I would recommend a 10 day steep.
This is based on Kopel's Southerner : https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/58127#southerner_by_kopel
I used the "this could work" approach in adding INW Black for Pipe and reducing percents of the Southerner flavors except for Lovage Root, which was doubled. The Kentucky Bourbon still stands out clearly, and in combination with Lovage and the other flavors, giving this a bit of chewing tobacco flavor.
Not sure how long this takes to steep since I didn't try it until 7 weeks after mixing, so I'll go with the usual 30 days for INW tobaccos.
Mixed Live on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh & Friends.
Set out to make a Phillies/White Owl Banana Blunt. This is not that. After version 1 came out tasting like eating a banana marshmallow in a tobacco shop, I whipped up this remix with help from Fresh and his chat. It came out too good for a bottom shelf blunt. This is a top-shelf banana cigar. It's the Banana Abuela.
Edit: Additional notes posted on Reddit here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/awdipl/march_2019_recipe_thread/ei5wbe9/
A smooth tobacco vape,to accompany you after a hard day's work.Black cavendish is a good base,light and slight sweet.FE's RY4 is not the typical RY4 or RY4double we know.It is sweet,but tastes more like a RY4-western tobacco,at least to my buds.Cured tobacco flv adds some nuttiness and a bit of smoke.The 2 butterscotches make the mix thicker and smoother
A great desert tobacco.
Apple filling is so fricken good.
Apple pie base- Apple filling and Apple Fuji bring in a nice dessert apple, apple filling to me taste just like the inside of apple pies from MC Donald's. But was missing some of the apple flavor i desired, so i boosted it with some Fuji.
RY4 base - RY4 Double, Caramel candy, vanillin, salted caramel. Learned this combo off a Facebook group in substitute for Holy Holy Grail RY4 (dyfs). Super creamy caramel, super desserty with that earthy ry4 vibe.
Tobacco base- Cured Tobacco, Red Burley, Tatanka Tobacco. These three bring in a nice dark tobacco with some spice. Red burley brings the leathery fresh tobacco, tatanka brings some spice that helps the Apple Filling, and Cured Tobacco is just damn tasty.
Been vaping this out of the kayfun 5 in temp controll. Loving it every time i fill my tank.