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(FLV) Tatanka Tobacco


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 338 recipes at an average of 1.197%.

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51 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Just a simple mix for the colder weather coming my way tasty and savory coffee & light tobacco notes...

Is It Just Me Or Is It Getting Crazier Out There?

This is a smoky, ashy, yet slight sweet and fruity, robust tobacco vape. Meant for MTL devices - or epipes. This recipe is still in development

Just for you Fresh03 and Fresh from the kitchen! Trying a floral tobacco here, have no clue how this will turn out! haha.

A tobacco recipe which is in balance between salt and creamy-sweet.Adjustable,depending on taste.It needs at least 10 days steeping

Creme de menthe tobacco undertones of chocolate and coffee truly unique ..

My ry4 stone base been using it in place of Tpa ry4 double...Solid amber and best of all short steep works magically buttery caramel vanilla hints of chocolate and tobacco..(how to use) typically Ry4 double in a recipe is used on average 5% use this Stone base @ 6.5% and so on..

My all day vape simply flavor all I can say 2 wk steep minimum nothing ground breaking smooth velvety caramel, vanilla and light tobacco every flavor working to complement each other. ... No substitutes

For those of you who know me and my obsession with all things creme brulee, you had to know this day was coming. It's surprisingly good lol. There's a LOT of tobacco flavor here...softened and sweetened and caramelized by the creme brulee. It's a very smooth and dessert vape. I hope you enjoy it.

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Raw power ejuice is described as a creamy butterscotch,vanilla, caramel coffee with tobacco and hints of hazelnut .This is one of the first commercial brands I was vaping some years back . Purilum caramel coffee with sweet milk is hands down one of the best IMO and a perfect choice for this mix.Flavorah Tatanka tobacco has some darker notes that blend well with it and just a touch of butterscotch and Vienna Cream along with vanilla Swirl to blend it all together.

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