By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 261 recipes at an average of 1.105%.
This is a subtle, bright, and sweet vanilla with a backnote of floral tobacco
Made on Live Mixing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_amygab2NA
This is a delicious after dinner tobacco vape. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon. Fig, and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I useFLV Kinako Soy.
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I original made a version of this recipe for mixers club. Tasted great at first but after a few weeks steep I wasn't pleased with it. Dave Id10T suggested i add some FLV Apple Filling to it so that is what I did. Messed around with the percentages and gave my testers a good steep. Going on 3 months now and my tester tastes as good as it did after 7 days. Quite pleased with how this came together and in time for the fall/winter recipe time.
FLV Apple Filling: adds a great cinnamon spice note and improves the overall apple note of the mix.
FA Apple Pie: Not really any apple in this but it does add a nice bakery note.
Pur Country Apple: Brings a syrupy apple with no cinnamon or spice to the mix.
HS French Vanilla Icecream: Brings a creamy vanilla element to the mix.
My tobacco combo: Kentucky has some mild spice notes that pair well with the cinnamon in FLV Apple Filling & FLV Turkish. FLV Turkish is mostly spice and it helps keep the Kentucky from fading away in a long steep.
I just wanted a nice a sweet , somewhat dessert tobacco recipe. I really wanted the peach to shine. Right now I’m low on peach flavors and when I use TFA juicy peach I use it high to get the flavor I want. These flavors mix together so well to make a perfect all day vape. Nice, sweet, flavorful, with a nice sweet tobacco exhale. Perfect if your not into long steep times. This is good off the shake.
It’s a cigarette with a pinch of lime. Sounds weird, right? I thought so too when ID10-T told me I should try to make a Camel Twista Lime recipe for Mixers Club. Over the month of trying out various different versions of this, it kind of grew on me and started to make sense. Day drinking some beer in the summer is better with two things: cigarettes and a slice of lime. Why not put them together in a recipe?
Most of the recipe is focusing on the cigarette aspect, but I wanted it to be the kind of tobacco that would take on the lime without too much clashing. The 7 Leaves and Classic Cigarette are the big players for that. They are brighter Tobaccos that bridge the gap between the darker, spicier notes of the Desert Ship and Turkish. The Royal I am not really using for any tobacco taste, because it doesn’t really have any. It does, however, have a little hint of cooling with some fruity notes to it. Really helps keep this thing refreshing.
I picked up two different lime flavors to play with, and didn’t test any further than INW Shisha Lime. It just felt right, so it was the only one I bothered playing with.
Ok guys, you better man the f*ck up before you try this. This is a mans mans man cigar. It embodies what you think of when you think of a man. A cigar that is reminiscent of Wood/Spice, Beer, Coffee, Bourbon, and tobacco (of course). If you don't have any hair on your chest, you better get some so this can knock it off and grow it back thicker. It needs about a week to sit before you try it, so that gives you a week to grow up before you enjoy this.