(FLV) Turkish Tobacco


By: Flavorah (FLV) - Buy Direct

Used in 350 recipes at an average of 1.13%.

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39 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


It's sweet, creamy, nutty and full of dirt. Love it, hate it, tfa ry4 double isn't tobacco, it's a dirty caramel full of nastiness and I love it. Enjoy....or don't
Good after 3 days, the longer the better.

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I wanted Vanilla tobacco to be the main note in this recipe. I used it as 3.5% for that purpose. The tobacco notes are backed up by the Turkish and Native tobaccos. Maple syrup candy adds that Canadian thin maple note I wanted rather that the maple you'd get if using FA Maple Syrup. It blends well with the FLV Vanilla tobacco. I would let this recipe steep at least 5 days.

Apologies to those that might be perturbed by dropping of two versions of the same recipe. I was really hoping to have done more mixing with my Spring Break, but alas, lethargy won out. I am very fond of these two dessert style tobaccos.

Inspired by some Easter-themed carrot cake cupcakes my wife bought from an online farmers' market that delivers local-made stuff weekly. A dessert tobacco built around the flavors found in a delicately-spiced, lavishly-iced carrot cake. My wife thought it was more of a buttercream on the cupcakes . . . I thought it tasted of the classic cream cheese icing, so I just did both (with some added TFA VC 2 . . . because custard makes everything better). FLV Pumpkin Spice carries similar flavors to what would be found in a carrot cake. FLV Turkish adds the spiced tobacco note. FW Butter Pecan brings the brown sugar and pecans, with WF Walnut to add to the classic components. FW Graham Cracker rounds out the body.

This is the Deluxe version I've been vaping on (deluxe in the sense that this is the sweeter, stickier version of the original) . . . a little bit more tobacco in the way of FLV Sweet & Smokey, a little bit more graham and cream from JF Cheesecake Graham Crust, and a boost to the Butter Pecan with WF Caramel (Salted) . . . all wrapped up with a kiss of FW Sweetener. At 20% with 12 different components, this is unlikely to be everybody's cup of tea . . . and, while I'm still digging the original version, this felt like it needed to be shared, too . . . for the more adventurous mixers out there. The original is for a more subdued, porch swinging in the Spring air nursing a beer type vibe. I'm reaching for deluxe to take to work for the ride and for my 25 minute lunch break for it's punch in the palate of flavor . . . to enjoy while driving around listening to shoegaze music really loud.

As we are helping one of our own: https://www.gofundme.com/f/csconrad-adeana-homeless
We are mixing up some custom mixes for people, and Fresh03 wanted to yoink me back in quick with a Slasha Original haha. Most comfortable with tobaccos so I wanted to make a warm tobacco vape with a hint of apple to play with the aromatics in the tobaccos. Cactus Apple might have some interesting flavor profiles up higher, so I opted to use it lower and bump up the apple a bit the Red Apple. This is "theorycrafted" since I have to unpack many of my flavors still.

Inspired by some Easter-themed carrot cake cupcakes my wife bought from an online farmers' market that delivers local-made stuff weekly. A dessert tobacco built around the flavors found in a delicately-spiced, lavishly-iced carrot cake. My wife thought it was more of a buttercream on the cupcakes . . . I thought it tasted of the classic cream cheese icing, so I just did both (with some added TFA VC 2 . . . because custard makes everything better). FLV Pumpkin Spice carries similar flavors to what would be found in a carrot cake. FLV Turkish adds the spiced tobacco note. FW Butter Pecan brings the brown sugar and pecans, with WF Walnut to add to the classic components. FW Graham Cracker rounds out the body.

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I am a tobacco boy now. I know, I know. This guy can't do tobaccos too. How are the rest of us going to compete? You can't.

I am on brand.

I bought a few tobacco and then talked with @nowar about them. A few weeks later, I was sent a handful more and this is one of the love children spawned from it.
This is the warmer weather dessert tobacco that I really really fell in love with.

FLV Native for a mild and straight-forward tobacco.
FLV Turkish to add some spice.
FLV Cured because Duncan said so and he was right.
FLV Sweet Coconut to cream this up.
VT Dessicated for a more authentic coconut.
FLV Pumpkin Spice to make you all regret those preconceived notions about it.
WF Cookie Butter for a hint of bakery and some richness.

Mixer's Club December 2020 - life is like a box of chocolates...

ID10-T has too much faith in my mixing abilities. But i have faith in him. So, we tried out his ideas for FM TB Mint. I liked this one the best.

TB Mint / FLV Turkish - He called it. Great combo. I feel like you get the mint up front and then a pocket of spiced bacco before the minty chocolate finish.

CDM / Choc Deutch - Two great flavors that go great together. CD is lower here to keep coconut note from showing up unwanted and the CDM keeps the mint up on the back end.

Milk Chocolate - Felt it needed just a wee bit more chocolate in the finish. This did tamp down some of the bacco mint flavor upfront, but I felt the sacrifice was well worth it to wrap the whole thing in a more convincing choc rather than just be a hint.

I'd give it ten days to settle yet can be great right after a few days.

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The Two Rivers make the best tabac world wide. I think I found their secret recipe.. RY4 Double is the base, I was told that Turkish and Navajo make a good tobacco. The vanilla brings a sweetness and dark creaminess to the mix. The DNB has the ashiness that most tobacco users like.. Can be mixed without the DNB for a softer flavor.

Tested on a Elder Dragon with a fused clapton 2.5 mm 1.9 ohms, 65 watts power. Vaped in a podmod 1.5 pnp coil at 65 watts

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My personal recipe for a rich vanilla RY1 .... My all time favorite custards include (WF) vanilla Runyan and (FA) premium I added Flavorah Turkish to the mix for spicy woodsy notes and toped it off with white chocolate and biscuit for added mouthfeel and texture super delicious give it a mix and tell me what you think...

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I was getting bored of my same old tobacco custard recipes so I came across a bottle of Liquid barn white chocolate Peppermint in my stash and came up with this recipe...

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