By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 150 recipes at an average of 1.035%.
This is a delicious tobacco layer. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I use FLV Kinako Soy.
To build on this layer feel free to add Fig, Dates , or any dark berries.
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This is a delicious after dinner tobacco vape. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon. Fig, and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I useFLV Kinako Soy.
Hope you enjoy. ,
Music to mix to:
Ginger, Pear, Tobacco
If you decide to try this or it inspires you to mix something similar, please thank @ChemicalBurnVictim. He was one of the sources of inspiration and it was his suggestion to switch from using FLV Virginia Tobacco to FLV Oriental Tobacco that gave it that Turkish pipe tobacco vibe that I was looking for.
This all started with wanting to “fix” INW Falcon Eye to be more like a combination of what INW told me it would be, what CBV told me it tasted like to him, and what I tasted. CBV said it mostly tasted like ginger to him; my theory is that his constant vaping of tobaccos makes it easy for him to pick out anything in a tobacco flavor that isn’t tobacco. When I tried Falcon Eye, I got a sweet cigarette tobacco with a solid hit of spice, but while that spice tasted more like ginger than any other spice I could identify, it wasn’t clearly ginger to me. It was weird, but nice.
Oddly, INW calls Falcon Eye “tobacco with a hint of pear,” with no mention of ginger or spice. Fucking Poland. It did not taste like pear to me, but it did have a strong hint of that sort of earthy skin note that some pear flavors have, without the rest of the pear’s pomaceous body and juicy sweetness.
All this just made me really want a ginger-pear-bacco, so I made one, and it turned out pretty great. I used NF Ginger to pull that odd gingery-spice in a distinctly ginger direction. There’s a good reason why this is one of only two of the whole Nature Flavors’ line you can buy at BCF. It’s super solid as a ginger flavor, very spicy, super accurate. Not nearly as sharp and wet as the very fresh-tasting Vape Train Ginger Root, so probably a bit more versatile than that one. But, still more along the lines of raw ginger rather than dried ginger spice powder, ginger ale syrup, or candied ginger. Very slightly earthy, not floral at all, some thick body to it but not syrupy or creamy. As much as I enjoy FLV Ginger and CAP Gingerbread, if I could only have one ginger, it would be this one.
I used MB Shape Up Pear to fill in the missing pear. This is easily the best single-flavor pear out there. It’s everything you could want in a pear and would otherwise have to mix different concentrates together to get. It’s bold and sweet and juicy and crisp, with a lot of apple-like texture and body, and just a little earthy realism, all well-balanced, smooth, with no off notes for me. Just a perfect pear. If I could only have one pear flavor it would be FA because it’s so useful in sweetening and juicifying a plethora of other fruits, but if I want to really vape a PEAR, this is the one.
And then there were the tobaccos, meant to take the mild, malleable tobacco in Falcon Eye and give it some definition as a robust but lighter pipe tobacco that could complement pear and ginger. I wanted to avoid darkness, cocoa, coffee, caramel, and nutty accents that the pipe-like tobaccos have, but still have a pipe tobacco. I wanted to walk into a weird boutique tobacco shop and see some light brown leaf, be told it’s “ginger pear pipe tobacco,” and have Falkor be a deep nose-full of what that smelled like. Users of FLV Virginia Tobacco can maybe tell why I went with a Kentucky + Virginia first? It was a mistake, though. The result was roll-your-own cigarette ginger pear tobacco. CBV came to the rescue by suggesting Oriental instead of Virginia, which until now was an underused flavor for me, and keeping the little bit of that subtly spicy and darker Kentucky Blend in the mix.
Steep Time: This is actually great after sitting overnight. The ginger will taste strong at first, but after a few hits I get used to it. Still, it’s more of a GINGER pear tobacco. Shortly afterward, the FLV tobaccos seem to fade a bit and more pear comes out more, making a ginger PEAR tobacco. After a couple of weeks, they come back, the ginger settles down, and the mix stays relatively stable. In the end, the pear is no longer as prominent as I originally intended it to be, but the juice has that elusive, perfect wet/dry balance between the pear and tobaccos, which, together with the spice keeping things interesting, makes it hard to put down and worth putting out.
A Camel Turkish Jade inspired mix, intended for a short-steep & MTL vape (Kayfun Prime for me specifically).
When you need a nice bacco vape quick, hangsen and FLV seem to be the ones to go for. I was considering HS Arabic but didn't want the fruity notes so much as just a camel-ish tobacco blend.
Opted for HS Turkish combined with a bit of FLV Oriental for a decently dynamic, leafy/spicy base to build around. FLV CC is bringing some of that ash note and adding a touch of a burley note to liven up the tobacco mix. A dash of menthol arctic and ws-23 for that nice mentholated effect. S'camel is simply an additive that brings some Ethyl Maltol and Acetyl Pyrazine here to subtly sweeten, soften, and add a touch of nutty/graininess to the recipe.
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???
I am not big on tobacco recipes but i do enjoy a light sweet tobacco if you can even call it that. I wanted this to have an ry4 type of light sweet tobacco flavor where the tobacco is light and nutty with a good caramel, butterscotch, brown sugary type of sweetness and or flavor. I went with flavor west hazelnut well because its the king of nuts of coarse and i threw in a little creme brulee becauseits just good lol. No i put creme brulee in because of its carmalized creamy texture and it just works here. k My tobacco choices were purely based on smell i was looking for the nuttiest smelling flavorah tobacco thats where oriental came in because to me it smells really nutty. Then i was looking for another tobacco to slightly back up the nuttyness so i smelled the other Flavorah tobacco's looking for the one that smelled the best with oriental and i came to choose tatanka. I really like this combination and i dont like tobacco's but i like these in this!! Now the tobacco is super light if you vape this on day 3 the tobacco will be much more prominent than say after two weeks. If you like your tobacco's more prominent you can just bump up each .25% at a time and you should be able to find where you prefer it best. But for me the level of tobacco is perfect just enough to know its there with some flavors that blend perfectly with a light tobacco. The rest of the flavors i feel are obvious to the reasons i used them. I used them to bring out a nice caramel, brown sugar, butterscotch style of sweetness mixed with a prominent hazelnut with a touch of vanilla. I think you might really enjoy this mix and if you like a stronger tobacco you can easily bump them both up until you find the amount for you. Enjoy!!!!
The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.
This is nothing new. It's tobacco . . . it's dessert. There's nothing new under the sun.
I wanted a buttery, nutty, caramel tobacco with a little bit of vanilla and graham cracker, so I started pulling flavors down that I thought would scratch that itch. I went through several iterations (some involving chocolate at small percentages) and landed on this. There are a ton of flavorings in this recipe . . . so if you are looking for minimalism . . . apologies, but for me it just works. I tried to build each piece (caramel/pecan, tobacco, graham cracker/marshmallow) and then put them together. In my opinion, all meshes together to form the profile I was looking for. Works great as a SNV . . . but, as with most things, it gets better with age. I mix this 60vg/40pg. If it makes any difference (I know it doesn't), my wife really enjoys the room note.
All go unto one place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again. Who knoweth the spirit of man that goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth? Therefore I perceived that there is nothing better than that a man should rejoice in his own works, for that is his portion; for who shall bring him to see what shall be after him?