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The tobacco combo I use in my classic (sweet and Smokey - native) with out the butter scotch and graham . Instead I swapped in sugar cookie, pistachio and fig.
Brought in a different creamy with vanilla custard v2.
Sweet nutty notes from pistachio/fig combo.
Light custard body.
Classic tobacco blend creating a dessert tobacco with nuances from multiple savory angles.
While looking up photos I stumbled across Charlie nobles Tripoli (Stealing Photo). Similar profile notes but never tried. Leave a comment on thoughts.
5 day steep. Better two weeks
I wanted Vanilla tobacco to be the main note in this recipe. I used it as 3.5% for that purpose. The tobacco notes are backed up by the Turkish and Native tobaccos. Maple syrup candy adds that Canadian thin maple note I wanted rather that the maple you'd get if using FA Maple Syrup. It blends well with the FLV Vanilla tobacco. I would let this recipe steep at least 5 days.
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We are mixing up some custom mixes for people, and Fresh03 wanted to yoink me back in quick with a Slasha Original haha. Most comfortable with tobaccos so I wanted to make a warm tobacco vape with a hint of apple to play with the aromatics in the tobaccos. Cactus Apple might have some interesting flavor profiles up higher, so I opted to use it lower and bump up the apple a bit the Red Apple. This is "theorycrafted" since I have to unpack many of my flavors still.
A dark tobacco with thick and bright currant.
FLV Native for the base tobacco.
FLV Tatanka for darker RY4-ish notes.
FLV Arabian for a deep tobacco and helping bolster the dark berry.
FA Black Currant for a brighter version of the fruit.
FLV Boysenberry to twist the black currant into more of a jam.
OOO Marshmallow Vanilla for some top notes and thickness.
JF Biscuit because I fuggin’ like it here.
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The idea here was to create a sweet grape cigarillo. FLV Native Tobacco is a robust neutral tobacco with some really nice fruity notes that pair really nicely with INW Grapes. To make that brighten up that grape note I added 0.25% FA Bilberry.
HS Tab Blended is such a unique flavor. I’ve heard it described as an RY4 without the tobacco note and I could see why someone would say that but to me it has some good tobacco notes. The thing I really like about it is the texture. If you’re into straight up tobacco I strongly recommend you pick this flavor up. You with NOT be disappointed.
Last is the glue that holds everything together. WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard is an excellent tobacco custard flavor that does a really good job of blending together the tobacco note and the grape note.
Sweeten to taste. I use FW Sweetener as I felt that CAP SS created too much separation between the Tab and Grape notes.
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A tobacco mix with licorice. Cut Supersweet and increase Sweet and Smokey Tobacco to 2% to get a more tobaccoish flavor.
Steep to taste, as I rarely do. Steep increases the licorice blend more.
Took inspiration from: https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3536373/Caramel%20Apple%20Ry4
I am a tobacco boy now. I know, I know. This guy can't do tobaccos too. How are the rest of us going to compete? You can't.
I am on brand.
I bought a few tobacco and then talked with @nowar about them. A few weeks later, I was sent a handful more and this is one of the love children spawned from it.
This is the warmer weather dessert tobacco that I really really fell in love with.
FLV Native for a mild and straight-forward tobacco.
FLV Turkish to add some spice.
FLV Cured because Duncan said so and he was right.
FLV Sweet Coconut to cream this up.
VT Dessicated for a more authentic coconut.
FLV Pumpkin Spice to make you all regret those preconceived notions about it.
WF Cookie Butter for a hint of bakery and some richness.
A creamy, flavourful dessert tobacco with hazelnut notes.
While FA Soho alone is a great flavor already, INW Biscuit perfectly compliments Sohos cookie side whereas FLV Native and Kentucky make it a real tobacco flavor.
WF Hazelnuts and Cream does a great job at adding an excellent hazelnut topnote that comes through after 3 days of steeping and gives the whole recipe its unique, creamy mouthfeel.
Great after 3 days, best after 2 weeks.
Tested MTL in Vapefly Holic and Uwell Yearn.
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The Two Rivers make the best tabac world wide. I think I found their secret recipe.. RY4 Double is the base, I was told that Turkish and Navajo make a good tobacco. The vanilla brings a sweetness and dark creaminess to the mix. The DNB has the ashiness that most tobacco users like.. Can be mixed without the DNB for a softer flavor.
Tested on a Elder Dragon with a fused clapton 2.5 mm 1.9 ohms, 65 watts power. Vaped in a podmod 1.5 pnp coil at 65 watts