By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 1080 recipes at an average of 0.921%.
No nonsense aromatic tobacco @Maxsavage suggested trying Native tobacco solo and it's awesome just additional layers to the mix.I have used Native tobacco before in a mix but I think I hid the natural beauty of this flavor with to many heavy creams and flavors I could vape this in a nice MTL device and be content...
When Bond is served more of what Col. Smithers describes as "rather disappointing brandy." M asks what's wrong with it, and Bond replies,
"I'd say it's a 30-year-old fine, indifferently blended ... with an overdose of bon bois."
While not really caring what all that means, this is quite a nice, full, sweet tobacco with heart-warming brandy notes.
INW Tobacco Coctail is the fine brandy note but with very little tobacco (it might even go in a pumped-up creme brulee, or dessert)
FLV Sweet Cigarette compliments nicely as it gives a lighter touch adding some bright tobacco notes (and needed funkyness).
FLV Kentucky Blend and INW DNB give the adecuate ash such a meeting should have.
A simple mix of some of my current favorite flavors this year with time on my hands been mixing alot I think this turned out pretty tasty stay safe everyone.....😷😎 *you can substitute TPA Ry4 double @5% I just prefer jungle ry4 for this recipe it's hella stronger with a slight raisin note that mixed well with aged bourbon cream & black honey....
I was looking for a tobacco blend that wasn't sweet, but didn't want to go all the way into ashtray territory either. I wanted to capture the deep, rich aroma of a freshly opened pouch of Drum rolling tobacco and add a little smoke to that, and this comes close enough for government work.
FLV Red Burley and FLV Kentucky Blend are the "body" tobaccos and establish a deep "brown" foundation. FLV Oak Barrel dries things out a little bit and accents the woody elements, while FLV Beer Nuts adds just enough saltiness to push things a bit further into dry/savory territory.
INW Tobacco DNB adds ash and smoke, and helps counteract the sweetness of the VG.
OOO Smokey Bacon pushes things further into savory territory and enhances the smoky/ashy notes from INW Tobacco DNB. It adds some of the missing elements I was looking for in dry tobacco profiles.
This recipe sounds a little scary at first blush with INW Tobacco DNB at 1% and the presence of OOO Smokey Bacon, but I promise it doesn't taste like an overflowing pub ashtray seasoned with scorched bacon bits. Instead, it's a very pleasant, dry, savory, smoky tobacco. It's vapable straight from the mixing table, but if you let it sit overnight after mixing, it gets even better.
It's tailored for MTL builds, and my reference build for this recipe is a 1 ohm 26 gauge Kanthal coil, 3mm internal diameter, in a QP Gata RTA, running around 18-20 watts. For additional reference, I mixed this using Liquid Barn's 12mg premixed base, which is 80% VG and 20% PG. After mixing, it comes out around 75ish% VG.
(All Flavorah recipe)
Kentuky blend is my personal favourite is slightly ashy, woodsy, spicy and with a sweet caramel vibe, here is the main note.
To support it a bit of red burley to keep the earthy tobacco vibe and a touch of virginia to add brightness and sweetnes.
Flv Bourbon adds a nice bourbon sweetness and taste, as well as , a noticeable charred oak, and to make it even more present im using Oak barrel wich gives a cleaner oak top note.
To me FLV Oak Barrel tastes like an old, still wet(altough its quite dry) from storing bourbon, dark wood like taste.
And to smooth out everthing a bit of cream.
Steep Time: You can Snv or either leave it 3-5 days, but after 2 weeks is when flavorah tobaccos come back and bourbon reaches it full potential.
Mix at: 70Vg/30Pg
This ratio is best as 50/50-60/40 are a bit throughty and thin in my opinion.
Also this extra VG adds some sweetness but feel free to choose.