By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 333 recipes at an average of 0.935%.
This is Black Phillip's softer, more gentle, younger brother. The shift to fall weather, the Halloween season, and the arrival of FLV Smoked Butterscotch necessitated the creation of this remix.
This is a smoky, fall custard. In place of FA Black Fire, I used the much more forgiving FLV Smoked Butterscotch. The result is a butterscotch custard kissed by tobacco and smoke. Works as a SNV, but give it a few days and the flavors really come together. Enjoy.
A very tasteful blend of selected tobacco aromas finished with an oaky American bourbon with a smooth finish. You get a dark mysterious vape with light ashy notes, overall a sweetened tobacco taste, enriched with butterscotch and bourbon and a smooth vanilla aroma.
Pretty sure you'll love this one, but you'll hate me as well for being a coil killer I've been told :D
This being my most wanted tobacco mix amongst fellow vapers and friends.
I finally decided to share this mix with all of you.
Enjoy the vape.
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???
Holy Smoke if you love a smooth dessert tobacco. This is for you. This is made with Stixx Mixx Naturally Extracted Tobacco. Check them out @http://www.stixxmixx.com/product/a-blend/
Honduran Ligero: A great, smooth shag flavor. Lighly sweet, and very very smooth.
Nicaraguan Seco: The building block of any great cigar always starts here. Mellow and smooth tobacco taste, with some nutty undertones help put this blend right on top in any cigar or pipe blend you can imagine.
These 2 N.E.T.’s combined create a great boost for any RY4. Giving thanks to @kopel for this discovery.
Holy, holy grail from DIY flavor Shack, in my opinion, is one of the best RY4’s available.
FW Butterscotch Ripple, this helps add that touch of butterscotch ever so creamy.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch: This gives a sweet, wood smoke flavor. Very smooth
FLV Graham Cracker: to add a touch of texture