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(FLV) Red Burley


By: Flavorah (FLV) - Buy Direct

Used in 1161 recipes at an average of 1.478%.

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124 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Imagine what a vampire would vape my take on a unique flavor ..Creamy pistachio hints of raspberry tobacco. Wonder flavors vanilla ruyan custard has opened alot of new doors..

This is my first tobacco recipe. After a couple of weeks steep, it's a smooth and creamy vape with a dark tobacco note throughout.what I like about this recipe is that it's well blended; no single note is overwhelming and they work together well. I hope you like it. 2 weeks steep for me but your mileage may vary.

@id10t mentioned he wanted a graham cracker butterscotch tobacco. Since LB didn’t do a very good job of it with their concentrate. So I decided to take a stab at it. It is really tasty off the shake but with FLV tobaccos they fade out around 5-7 days then come back around day 10-14. So I would recommend a 10 day steep.

This is based on Kopel's Southerner : https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/58127#southerner_by_kopel

I used the "this could work" approach in adding INW Black for Pipe and reducing percents of the Southerner flavors except for Lovage Root, which was doubled. The Kentucky Bourbon still stands out clearly, and in combination with Lovage and the other flavors, giving this a bit of chewing tobacco flavor.

Not sure how long this takes to steep since I didn't try it until 7 weeks after mixing, so I'll go with the usual 30 days for INW tobaccos.

Two of my Favorites rolled up into one heavenly place this one is inspired by "KRUTIALS" butter almond custard and "Fears" Cardinal taking the best of both worlds....I have a few versions of this but this is just a simple basic outline you can substitute tweak anything you like the power of DIY... I did however up the percentage of the Flavorah tobacco's for a long steep but you can bring them down to the original version. Add some Graham cracker or yellow cake if you like for more dimension..

We spoke about this recipe here : https://youtu.be/UYOMo1NQRIo

This is a tobacco recipe that reminds me of my grandparents aka "The Gindra's" - my grandfather was always smoking, and my grandmother never missed and opportunity to shove a chocolate in my hand. So this is a combination of that, even though I didnt use any chocolate concentrates in this mix, Red Burly has a chocolate note in it.

Sweet and Smokey - this adds the sweetness and smokey vibe to the tobacco
Red Burley - This tobacco is one of my favourites, it has a chocolate note in it that I really love
Shisha Vanilla - adds the vanilla note, and a smidge of body with the creaminess it has built into it.

Coconut custard and Tobacco... I wanted a tobacco that would be prominent Kentucky blend does a good job at that and Red burley to back it up .The custard is pretty basic my go to Capella v1 and Cap NY cheesecake & Flavorah vanilla pudding purilum super sweet @ .25% just enough to blend everything together. I do have another version of this recipe with FA almond if that's your thing add 1%

This bunny is crushing ass, slamming scotch and going all in just in time for Easter baby. Now that I have that out of my system, I myself don't enjoy many tobacco recipes but I am digging this one more than most i have tried. It is ever so slightly sweet and nutty with stronger notes of vanilla and caramel. Then all brought together with an earthy authentic tobacco finish. If you fancy yourself a tobacco person or just enjoy tobacco recipes then please mix it up and let me know what you think.

Original Idea: Caramel Nutty Tobacco

Process: Worked on in the diy_ejuice discord by members who were present. Finalized in the second iteration, these are the original version's ratios. It had a bit more cream and the unfortunate addition of FLV Connecticut Shade which just overpowered the caramel notes and buried the subtleties of the tobaccos. Some experimentation with the original formula yielded this mix. Added to top it off was just a hair of INW Shisha Vanilla which adds warmth and a sensation of sweet without the added sugar and FLV Clove. Clove dried the mix up quite a bit and played off the rich notes from the CT Shade making this a really rich spiced tobacco blend.

Description: Spicy, nutty, creamy, caramel, dry, and tobacco forward

Result: This alteration to the V1 fixed some of the balancing issues we were having. Adding FLV Clove and Shisha Vanilla really balanced out all the creams and tamed the bullying of CT Shade leaving you with a heavily spiced, RY4 that wasnt too sweet, rich or carmel-ly. We hope you try it and enjoy it as much as we did.

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Original Idea: Caramel Nutty Tobacco

Process: Worked on in the diy_ejuice discord by members who were present. Finalized in the second iteration, the first version had a bit more cream and an unfortunate addition of FLV Connecticut Shade. CT Shade did not play nicely with the other kids so he was banned from the sandbox. (These were later transformed into the Spicy Professor). Added to top it off was just a hair of INW Shisha Vanilla which adds warmth and a sensation of sweet without the added sugar.

Description: Buttery, nutty, creamy, caramel, dry, and tobacco forward

Result: This is a tobacco straight up. Imagine an RY4 without the sweet. The caramel is there and the vanilla, too. The creaminess and nuttiness is there. But this is very much a tobacco vape. You will get a delicate balance of dry nutty creamy buttery caramel under a warm blanket of tobacco with very little distinct flavors, all wrapped up snug for you. We hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

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