By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 620 recipes at an average of 1.429%.
A plum infused tobacco with notes of toasted marshmallow and custard.
Wanted a new tobacco to vape on and had just recieved INW plum on my last order.
FLV Sweet and smokey - spice note with a good tobacco base
FLV Native Tobacco - adds a woody note and deeper tobacoo base
INW Plum - some floral notes but after a couple hours it blended nicely in the profile
INW Custard - my go to custard every since trying Holy Holy Custard by @ruderudi. INW Custard brings a fuller body with out weighing everything down.
TPA Toasted Marshmallow - Cant go wrong with this flavor. Helps blend everything together as well as bring the toasted noted to it as well
Tested in the Billet Box w/ Xeta bridge. MTL tested.
Steep for atleast 1 day
Trying different vanilla/custard bases, I stumbled into this mix which I find specially suggestive.
The Custard base is smooth and rich, and the tobacco notes are well defined and don't get muddled up.
(INW) Custard takes the reign for me (sorry FA Custard Premium!), (DFS) Holy Vanilla and (INW) Shisha Vanilla back it up.
- for a really intense vanilla (as commercial VCTs, pump (INW) Custard to 2.5%)
(FLV) Native Tobacco and (FLV) Kentucky Blend make a dry, leafy tobacco.
(FA) Black Fire puts some smoke in, without the ash and not being too prominent.
Doesn't need much steep, a few days and rip away!
(Black Sabbath's "Master of Reality" released July 21, 1971: as a tribute to one of the greatest albums of all time, for the name of the first song seemed too relevant to this mix. Sorry, no terpenes in the mix!)
This is a great upgrade from its predecessor. Cool Menthol with TPA Western leaves an almost bitter aftertaste. It'll work for a couple of dollars, but for a couple more you can get some better flavors and still get that leathery note with a fuller more pleasant experience.
I upgraded the mint to INW Natural Mint stolen from Arctic Queen by @Fear. Added Cured to mitigate some of the Western off notes and add that body it does so well. It fills out the middle nicely. Added that 1% Native as per @MaxSavage and you have a solid 123 tobacco base that has the leather from western in the right place and a softer mint with enough body and flavor.
Slightly reminds me of a Nat Sherman hint of mint with that sweet coming from the mint rather than the tobacco. but dont quote me on that!
Really wanted a quick SnV desert tobacco. Connecticut Shade's chocolate/coffee notes lend well to blending with the chocolate mint of CdM, and they all work with cinnamon. Added some Australian Chocolate to make the chocolate the predominant non-tobacco flavor, and then the Red Burley and Native tobaccos to make it clear this is a tobacco vape.
Bonus for anyone who thinks they deciphered the acronym. And as always... use PEG or PDO if you're gonna mix at the suggested ratio, I don't need to end up on a Throat Offenders Registry because someone thought I meant they should vape that much PG.
Took my favourite INW tobaccos (the pair) and FLV ones (another pair) and mixed them, resulting in a surprinsingly balanced smooth real tobacco/cigar.
INW Classic for pipe Dark - gives bold character
INW Tobacco Absolute Garuda - adds the smooth cigar leaf
FLV Native - one of the greatest
INW Shisha Vanilla - adds smoothness, but hardly stands out
FA Black Fire - great smoke touch
Was going to use it as a base, but my pal says its great as it is. Enjoy!
Photo by Wesley Souza (https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-standing-near-white-wall-2038115/)
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