(FLV) Kentucky Blend


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Used in 1400 recipes at an average of 0.905%.

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96 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Finally discovered that the infamous V-GOD Silver vanilla profile was: custard! (plues some vanillin, and a ton of sweetener). This is no clone, it is way better (checked with buddys) and the tobacco is really present.
This (INW) Custard lets the tobacco shine, with different accents that make it interesting on each vape.
(FLV) Cured and (FLV) Kentucky give it the spice and smoke
(FLV) Red Burley adds tones of dark, sweet cocoa
(FLV) Connecticut Shade is an intense, full tasty accent (do not overdo or it reigns all!)
and (FLV) Native is the sweet connection to the vanillas.
(DFS) Holy Vanilla delivers (specially for the slightly vanilla blind, like me!)
(INW) Custard is the hidden ingredient, which loses its desert profile to support the tobaccos brilliantly.
Vanillas need to steep, tobaccos are great on SNV but will evolve pleasantly. Give it at least 4 days for 70% VG so it all blends well.

Having failed with many vanillas for tobacco (and I have like 8 now), being a bit vanilla blind (but loving the stuff!) was looking for a profile that hit like infamous V-GOD Silver. This $$ juice has an excessively sweet vanilla profile (saturates on my Entheon clone!) but is not too bad on an RDA, the tobacco is hidden in the back but is regrettably enjoyable. This recipe being far away, but IMHO much better! SNV okay, but vanilla rises in 4-7 days.
INW Biscuit - an amazing sweet, full, delicate vanilla biscuit which holds nicely with the tobacco
DFS Holy Vanilla - I'm afraid for a slightly vanilla-impaired like myself it is amazing, as hyped!
The rest is a classic Flavorah tobacco, which comes alive after 1 week steeping. I went with:
FLV Kentucky Blend - the ash profile, wich needs a little help from its colleagues
FLV Native Tobacco - probably my favorite from Flavorah, spicy bright (I vape it at 4% with no shame!)
FLV Red Burley - gives it the dark, chocolaty profile and connects with the heavy vanilla

Creme de menthe tobacco undertones of chocolate and coffee truly unique ..

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I've been chasing a creamy smooth cigar like sweet tobacco.

This is all that, its a cigar like tobacco (Kentucky + Red Burley) - backed up with a THICC and dirty cream (RY4 Double + CAP Sweet Cream). With a good Vanilla to hold the two together (Holy Vanilla).

Sweeten to taste - I like it at 0.2% SS.

I wanted something out of the ordinary. Lol. The citrus brings out the spices in the tobaccos. The tobaccos are giving off a sweet spicy darkness. Almost a caramel. The orange cream really helps it all come together.

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Two of my Favorites rolled up into one heavenly place this one is inspired by "KRUTIALS" butter almond custard and "Fears" Cardinal taking the best of both worlds....I have a few versions of this but this is just a simple basic outline you can substitute tweak anything you like the power of DIY... I did however up the percentage of the Flavorah tobacco's for a long steep but you can bring them down to the original version. Add some Graham cracker or yellow cake if you like for more dimension..

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Coconut custard and Tobacco... I wanted a tobacco that would be prominent Kentucky blend does a good job at that and Red burley to back it up .The custard is pretty basic my go to Capella v1 and Cap NY cheesecake & Flavorah vanilla pudding purilum super sweet @ .25% just enough to blend everything together. I do have another version of this recipe with FA almond if that's your thing add 1%

This is an all Flavorah recipe if you have been checking out my recipes I love Ry4 and all the different flavors. A creamy sweet luscious vape the coconut really sets in around day 7 blending perfectly with the butterscotch, caramel & tobacco's .I could keep revisiting this but I'm happy with this recipe as it is..

A creamy vanilla custard with prominent tobacco notes nothing to stong just a nice pleasing vape.

A banana nut bread RY4 smooth and heavy with flava.. but dont let this keep you up at night.

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