By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 382 recipes at an average of 1.206%.
This sort of came together as a bit of blind experimentation.
I've been on an unapologetic tobacco kick for a bit now, and I've really been riding Tatanka as an anchor point for myself with those mixes. It's sorta sweet and plays well with others, which had made it extremely forgiving to tie it into recipes.
Red Burley is just such a mutable base that it felt like the "right" place to go to tie in with the tatanka tobacco in an agreeable way.
Connecticut shade is an odd duck to me, there's a ton of depth there, but every time I use it, I feel like I've gotta take a leap of faith with it because the smell totally hides how tasty it can be when used to accent a mix.
With that, the horchata was chosen to help add the cinnamon spice notes and a touch of body in tandem with the magic that is sweet coconut, which was chosen for both the flavor and the density of it. I wanted a bit of weight to the mix along with that sweet coconut flavor.
Finally FLV smooth vanilla acts as something of a bridge between the tobaccos and the coconut-horchata mixture.
Sweet candy peach smokeless tobacco, kinda dipping tobacco style.
Flv Peach at 4% is full on candy style peach all over the vape.
To make the dark chewy molasses taste i used FLV Lovage , Caramel and Cured to add a sweet deep, earthy and wet tobacco.
This is helped out with Virginia for the sweet leafy taste and Tatanka wich at 4% makes the whole tobacco sweeter, wet and helps with the brown sugary molasses.
Added a touch of FLV Sweetness as i like it sweet but you can omit this.
Delightful and melancolic creamy decadence.
Aromatic, sweet & creamy, complex, tobacco blend. Comforting and savory, nothing really stands out.
Appeals to the pervs addicted to the Don Juan Reserve and likes, but without the RY4 off flavor and the sucralose excess.
Needs a good week steep, or the LA Cream Cheese Icing will hit you with a high note, which fades gracefully.
A coil gunker, but you can't have cocoa and a clean one!