(FLV) Cured Tobacco


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110 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


ONLY POD ! Or restricted Airflow/mouth-to-lung devices!

A tasty cigar vape i use in POD devices when using nic salt.
A bit ashy, dark, dry, very smoky and with one of my favourite FLV Tobaccos Connecticut Shade wrapping all together as a cigar wrapper should!

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I cannot imagine a better Bacco recipe. This is just crazy good to me. Of course taste is subjective. This creates a nice slightly nutty tobacco with a full body. If you try it, please let me know what you think in the comments.

Happy Vaping and Happy Mixing! CV :)

This recipe came about because a friend wanted to quit smoking. However, she missed the taste of the cigarette.So I mixed a dirty tobacco recipe. The bourbon brings a little sweetness into play. And the oak barrel makes it smoky. If you need a liquid that will get you off the cigarette.... Here it is.

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A really nice Tobacco Blend with a shot of Creamy Scotch Whiskey. This is one of my favorite ADV's for a Poker Game with the Guys. Enjoy!!

Fool's Gold has been a challenge since Sep 2020 to May 2021. RY4 is one of my favorite profiles and Fool's Gold is definitely my most perfect recipe. It was heavily inspired by Obsidian from DIYORDIE. It has been through a couple of submission's to Wayne's "Midweek Critique" and by listening to the critiques and putting my own touch to it, I believe I have now achieved what I can now consider the final version.

Fool's Gold first version [https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3772952? 3.75/5 on Midweek Critique] was a recipe I was loving to vape but after 2 weeks of steep it was feeling too muddle. It was not having off notes but it was not reaching where I wanted it to reach. Once again after hearing Wayne's critiques, I came back to the board with it. On the second version [https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3797154? - 4.25/5 on Midweek Critique] I already thought I was done but a slight decrease on Bavarian Cream made a huge difference on the long term of the recipe and switching from VCv2 to VCv1 gave it more body.


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Bavarian Cream TPA / Vanilla Custard CPA - I saw Solitude by Vapeboar, which uses Bavarian Cream with RY4 and I had never thought of it. It was a needed tweak for the recipe! Bavarian Cream and Vanilla Custard add that body, thickness and also sweetness.

Butterscotch Ripple FW - It adds a nice back flavor and complexity to body of the recipe.

Cookie FLV / Cookie Bite Molinberry - Cookie Bite, Cookie Bite, Cookie Bite. First time I used the flavor and I loved the outcome. Just these two powerful aromas paired together can make a juice so they were used carefully in order to give the cookie aspect of the recipe.

Cured Tobacco FLV / RY4 Double TFA - A crucial pairing for what I wanted to do. RY4 alone wouldn't go where I wanted it to go and since I love Cured Tobacco, decided to give it a try. I am proud of making that decision.

Super Sweet CAP - Well, Super Sweet... It's optional. Totally not necessary in this recipe.


I always shake and vape my recipes but this one definitely benefits from shelf time. Bavarian Cream and Cured Tobacco are too muddle in the first days. After 2 weeks it is almost there but it shines after 4 weeks.


Designed for MTL, tested on a Hadaly.

It's all about the strength and flavor of the tobacco. For those who love to indulge with cigars and/or tobaccos, Cobano captures the ultimate experience. It offers a leafy slight spicy, earthy tone that is blended beautifully into Vanilla to create a unique Tobacco Vape. I really enjoy this and hope you like it. Enjoy!

The taste of a Green Tea type paired with scotch is an amazing flavor. The tea is usually lightly sweetened (add a little sweetener if you see fit).. The soft, vegetal, grassy flavours of most green tea types means it adds to, rather than overpowers, even the lightest whiskies. Now paired with a fine Italian leaf cigar enhanced by cured. I find that the Vanilla ties it together nicely. Enjoy!!!

A recipe derived from Fear's Abuela.I really liked the idea of a fruity tobacco,so i used Fear's idea as a starting point,but i used a couple of different ingredients,mostly because i really don't like FLV's Connecticut shade and Virginia.This one is creamier than the original and needs a couple of days steeping.After a week mango settles down and tobacco with cream comes forward

Derived from https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/47894#abuela_by_fear

Hello everyone.

My name is Rafael and I am from Portugal. I smoked two packs a day for six years and I have been vaping for almost seven years now, three of them mixing my own liquid and buying mixed liquid only now and then. I consider my vaping journey to be quite long. I have vaped on CE2, CE4, Genesis, tanks, rta's, rda's, pods, low end, high end, you name it... I have accompanied the industry almost from the beginning once it has become a massive industry.

A while back I was looking to my shelved gear and liquid and I noticed how "off track" I was. I had forgotten the reason why I started to vape and, to be honest, I think most of us experienced vapers have. Vaping has made a lot of enthusiasts, either for the gear or the mixing, but we all started for one thing. To stop smoking. From super expensive gear to extremely sweet juice, the market is over-satured.

A while ago, DIYorDIE has interviewed Tom Klark (https://youtu.be/IS8Twv5ODk0) and if you are into mixing, I highly advise you to watch it. Tom Klark's point of view about the industry and mixing made me realize even more how off track I was. With this feeling and strongly inspired on Klark's work, I have decided to create my own DIY line, SLIM. A DIY line bringing me back to the roots, when there were no super saturated liquids but yet incredibly satisfying, satisfying enough to make me stop smoking two packs a day at a time I thought I would never stop smoking. SLIM was not only a challenge but also a goal. Having 1% total flavoring target with no added sweetener on the recipes and still achieve a balanced and saturated flavor.

SLIM is a line of DIY liquids with the core idea of being starter liquids. With all recipes with 1% total flavoring, SLIM promises to deliver you an authentic and genuine cig-alike/shisha experience. All SLIM recipes have been designed to be vaped on MTL devices. SLIM recipes are simple and shake and vape ready, allowing you to quickly get your fix and/or quickly mix it for a friendly smoker in need.

SLIM is a different point of view from the current state of the industry but looking to please every ex or current smoker.

Important note: Since all the total flavouring percentage is 1%, VG and PG play an important role on the mix. All recipes were created with Chemnovatic's VG-0 and PG-0, topped with our dear NicShots (18mg/ml) also from Chemnovatic.

SLIM Yellow is a heavier tobacco mix. SLIM Yellow is best fit for someone who smokes/smoked pipe/cigars.

This is a true cigar experience, with its dark and ashy smoke, and a dry brown leaf taste, not your commercial vanilla Cigar E-juice, but its sweet (without sweetener) and savoury.

Fa Black Fire + INW Dirty neutral base Give the perfect black ashy smoke, they are used high as they lose a bit of strength as it steeps.

FLV Connecticut Shade+ Flavorah Cured make our Cigar wrapper, body and filling with brown leafy notes and a light smoke ring.

FA Oak Wood adds woody notes and some dry mouthfeel and aftertaste finished by INW TA Cuban Cigar Which adds more smoky dryness and some actual cigar flavour.

VTA Cigar Leaf Serves as the base and background notes, wrapping everything together, adding light caramel sweetness and subtle cigar leafy notes.

The more you let it steep the smoother it gets.
It needs around 7 days to smooth out and let dnb and Black fire to settle down.
60/40 is the highest ratio of VG i recomend or it feels strange, 50/50 is best.

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