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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.
This is mild but flavorful - sweet but not too much. While there's nothing super exciting about it it is a very pleasant vape. It does help to steep it a little while. The passionfruit, Rainier cherry, raspberry and Sugar orchid form the base with milk and honey and cookie to back it up then a touch of vanilla bean and frosting to round it out - and it works well.
I know it might seem like low amounts for the FLV flavors, however, when compared to the flavor of the CAP Yellow Cake, if they are much higher they would overpower the cake and there would be no perception of it whatsoever. I did try an exact version of this with 3% JF Yellow Cake (all the rest of the recipe exactly the same) however I did not feel that JF yellow cake quite hit the mark on replicating the aromas experienced when actually eating a piece of pineapple upside down cake. Cap yellow cake is a little more bland of a flavor which represents the actual cake part which is not the main aroma of the experience of eating the real food. In experiencing the real food the pineapple and the glaze is really the star of the show, the cake playing back up to that (pretty much just the vehicle to get the pineapple and glaze to your mouth) and the cherries dance just along the edge of perception adding a slight sweet twinge of their almondy, vanilla, cherry notes mingled in with the overwhelming pineapple.
In previous attempts I have tried using both butterscotch and caramel coupled with the liquid amber in order to create the glaze effect, but it wasn't until I got the INW Creme Brulee did I find the perfect match for that sweet glazed taste. The Creme Brulee is caramely just enough to add the baked effect, but also slightly creamy to not overwhelm the mix with too much caramel.
I used FLV Sweetness as it is the only sweetener I can vape. If you are partial to sucralose as a sweetener and want to have this recipe a bit sweeter, my suggestions on amounts of the different sweetener brands are as follows: 1.75% TFA Sweetener (for mildly sweetened) 3% (for significant sweetness.) - 1% FW Sweetener - or 0.75% CAP Super Sweet. I prefer the FLV Sweetness as it doesn't over sweeten the juice but provides just enough sweetness to mimic the glaze and cooked pineapple.
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Tony would often mix Lola her signature drink before her show, the Copabanana... Lola didn't like to be drunk before her performance so he'd mix this drink for her virgin style. But after Tony got shot and her career went into the toilet she became a drunk and would drink this blend in remembrance of Tony with a healthy dose of vodka in it. You can vape Lola's drink while you listen to the iconic song and transport yourself to Rio while dancing around your kitchen.
This recipe is missing one ingredient from the list and when it gets added to the database I will update the recipe, but for now I will list it here.
FA Blood Orange 0.65%
You'll get banana aroma on one inhale and Pink Guava and Soursop on the next, this flavor is ever changing as you vape it. Sometimes the banana will taste just a bit smoky too, even though there is nothing smoky in this flavor. The Pink Guava dances between that guava note and a pink grapefruit flavor blending with the blood orange citrus notes. When freshly mixed the blood orange is very much in front, but it mellows out after about 4 days. If you like the stronger orange flavor I would suggest boosting it up to 1% or 1.25% to have a more orangey note. The touch of sour wizard adds a hint of tangy to balance out the sweetness, but FLV Sweetness is not in your face sweet, it is there just enough to make this seem like a natural fruit sweetness. If you want a much sweeter version, you can add a different type of sweetener, but I wouldn't suggest going much higher than 1.25% on FLV sweetness, as it can start to cause muting. A little EM could also be added if you need it sweeter, but to be honest, I think it is the perfect level of sweetness to mimic a virgin blended fruit drink. The Polar Blast gives it a nice healthy dose of coolness, but you could increase that up to 0.5% if you want a blast you in the face cold drink.
I've been vaping this non-stop for 2 days now and I will probably keep vaping it until I finish off this 120ml that I mixed and I'll be mixing another 120ml to have in rotation. It is very good.
I didn't do anything special for this to steep, just shook it good and let it sit for 3 days. I did test it shake and vape and once each day, but the flavors aren't quite right freshly mixed, and get kind of weird on day 2. By day 4 the mix is pretty set in but the blood orange will continue to decrease in intensity over the course of 7 days. After day 7 there hasn't been much change in the way it tastes.
I generally do all my mixes at 70% VG but this one I went a little higher with the VG just to see how it works. You can by all means go lower than 85% VG and the flavor will not suffer. You could probably go higher on the VG, but you may need to adjust the percentages a little bit, adding in just a touch more flavor for full max VG. If you suffer with muted tastes, you may want to try a small sample of this to start with, as the percentages may be too low for those with muted tastes, but it doesn't hurt to give it a try low to see how it works. If you can't taste it, it may need to be doubled on all flavoring components to keep the profile the same but just increased intensity.
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