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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.
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Warning! This is a sweet recipe...I repeat,...a sweet recipe. So if you don't like it sweet, this might not be for you.
It's getting close to Easter and I wanted to release something for the occasion. Everyone knows how much I love chocolate vapes, and this is another holiday delight I love to indulge in every year.
I know the recipe is stacked with many different chocolates and normally I would see this recipe and think it was too many of each. However, each chocolate brings something different to the mix.
Chocolates are hard, and to build a great chocolate, you need to use 2 or more. The combination of VT Dark Chocolate, CAP Double Chocolate V2, and FLV Mocha has become one of my go to chocolate bases. The combo is deep, and a bit sticky. CAP Double Chocolate V2 does however have a "nutty" note that's not always wanted in a mix. So, the VT Dark Chocolate and FLV Mocha pushes it into a more of a dark chocolate and covers that nutty note. (Don't let the FLV Mocha fool you. It's not much of a mocha, it's a chocolate.) But in doing so, I also needed to brighten it up a bit. That's where the FA Custard Premium comes in. It adds a creamy brightness to the chocolates, making it more of a milk chocolate and helps to "thicken" the chocolates.
Now the cream. The CAP Sweet Cream is the base for the inside of the chocolate egg. The yellow yoke of the cream egg was a bit tricky. The yellow part isn't really much of a different flavor than the white cream, it just has food coloring and it's a bit thinner in the real thing. But I wanted to try and differentiate the yoke from the CAP Sweet Cream and give it a bit of an eggy note. This was accomplished with FA Custard Premium. It has a slight eggy feel to it but not "greasy" like a CAP Vanilla Custard. So this flavoring helps both the chocolate and the cream layer, killing 2 birds with one stone.
I added 0.75% CAP Super Sweet because these things are SWEET! But if you want you can lower the sweetener to your liking.
Is this a perfect mix? No, but for those wanting to indulge in Crème Eggs without the calories....I think it's a good alternative.
This is not a shake and vape, you need to let this steep for 5 days.
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This is just a recipe i was playing around with and i was really happy with how it turned out. Authentic who knows i think it is but i also haven't ever had one of these sweet treats. This came about from discovering how nice the chocolate notes were in my recent tobacco recipe from using flv mocha and flv smoked butterscotch. So here rather than smoked butterscotch i used just normal flv butterscotch because i think it will just work better. I then basically built my recipe around that combination of mocha and butterscotch. I again am getting a good chocolate vibe with this combination not to much and not to little. I then added a little flv irish cream really low because i didn't want it to too irish cream heavey. Then i added some vanilla custard v1 for the irish cream to blend with for the cannoli filling. For the cannoli body i used flavor art joker because i really like it and it just works. Do i need a better reason to use it than that? Lol. I find flavor art joker to be a great cannoli crust i dont get much if any filling from it but thats fine because i would rather make my own filling for it anyway.. Anyway for just playing around i really like how this turned out. Hopefully a few of you will actually have the ingredients and will actually give this a mix. Enjoy!!
I added .35% flavorah sweetness you can use or dont use your preferred sweetener at your preferred percentage.
I am not big on tobacco recipes but occasionally i get an itch for a nice dessert tobacco type of recipe. I enjoy vaping tobacco's more at night for some reason so this is why i named it tobacco night's.
SO this turned out to be a rather chocolatey flavor when i didn't use any or intend for a full on chocolate vibe. I was aware of a slight chocolate type flavor from flv mocha but when its mixed with the smoked butterscotch it turns into a really chocolatey flavor and a good chocolate at that. I am curious if this combination will stand up to other flavors and taste as much like chocolate mixed in another recipe? Milk and honey brings a creamy smoothness to the vape with a honey sweetness. Vanilla bean flv was more or less just thrown in to add to the complexity and or because it plays well with just about everything. My tobacco's i went light but there is no denying this is a tobacco recipe through and through. I used a combination of oriental flv and tatanka flv. I am not the biggest fan of the more popular flv tobacco's. All the ones everyone uses aren't my first choices i really like oriental, Turkish, and tatanka by flavorah. Here i obviously only used oriental and tatanka and it worked great in this situation. Now i know i dont put out or make a lot of tobacco recipes but this one is pretty awesome and if you mix it let me know what think???
In the original recipe I mixed up on the show I used 1% of flv sweetness. While in the long run this isn't bad, it does have too much of the stevia backnote for me at this level, but it will steep out after about a month. I dropped it in this recipe to a more reasonable level of 0.35% but that means initially the mix won't be as sweet. If you want it sweeter add some sucralose based sweetener to your liking instead.
Overall the flavor is almost there now that it has had a 10 day steep. It tastes like a mouthful of the new m and m candies. While I'm not a huge fan of the LB chocolate roll taste, as it does kind of taste like cheap chocolate, it is authentic to the type of cheap chocolate flavor that the candies actually have...though I guess I'm a bit of a chocolate snob and have been spoiled on European chocolate which is so much better than ours in America.
I may still adjust this recipe after I let this mix steep for the full month, which I think the chocolates and cream and peanut flavors really need, but the coffee notes are good.
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This is my attempt at making a cigar with lots of interesting back notes. Everyday it steeps it seems like a different back note comes out to play. You get a little caramel, butterscotch, honey, and even a little mocha/coffee all while vaping a cigar type flavor. I just accented all the back notes i already tasted in the tobacco flavors and I really like what it created. I enjoy this after a 10 day steep it seems like everyday a different back note comes out to play making this a very interesting tobacco mix. This is my first tobacco flavor I have released to the community and would really love to here what you all think in the reviews...
I used Connecticut shade as my cigar leaf wrap and the mixture of red burley and oriental tobacco as my cigar filler.
I then used all the rest of the flavors purely to help bring out the back notes in the tobaccos. I feel like this tastes just like a honey backwoods cigar. In no way do any of these other ingredients over power the tobaccos at any time. This is a tobacco through and through with some delicious back notes.