(FLV) Virginia Tobacco


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Used in 522 recipes at an average of 1.509%.

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35 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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The Cigar from Abuela¹ mixed with the Coconut from Leche de Coco². It's a thick heavy creamy coconut cigar.

Mix the originals first, otherwise you're missing out.

I suggest vaping Abuela and this alternately. You will go "Oh the mango" → "Ooh the coconut" → "Oooh the mango" ∞

¹ https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/47894#abuela_by_fear
² https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/42350#leche_de_coco_coconut_milk_by_hashslingingslashur

Always looking for a good tobacco with chocolate and coffee to back it up with you get a black and mild chocolate and coffee with a tad of a fig/raisin on the exhale very nice to come home to after a Saturday of working and just chill

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

Yes . . . those percentages are a bit high (understatement) . . . but I'll be damned if this isn't one fine apple tobacco vape. After a short 7 day steep, this is truly magnificent! Dropped JF Dulce de Leche for FA Caramel and threw some FLV Cured into the mix.. I also doubled the percentage of FLV Bourbon. This is the juice I reach for when I get home to wind down from a hectic day (e.g. 26 4th graders in an inclusion classroom). I mix this 60vg/40pg and load it into a solid MTL tank (EVL Reaper). Definitely a recipe I will return to when this 30 runs out.

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

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It's a Cigar, with vanilla and a hint of Mango.

The goal here was to make a vanilla mango cigar that did not smack of "bottom of the display blunts" I wanted a solid mid-grade Caribbean type tobacco note. I think I did well, let me know your thoughts :)

Flavorah has done a superb job with their tobacco concentrates. IMO they raised the bar for tobacco concentrates and blurred the lines between NETs and imitations bringing a level of realism to the ersatz that boggles the mind.

FLV Cured - I have many times mentioned that this flavor is a "Generic cigarish tobacco" It is a really good base that is easy to bend into cigar or pipe. It does not lend well to cigarette outside of some fringe ROY bulks. Anyways here it is used as a base to build a cigar from.

FLV Connecticut Shade - If you have heard me talk about FLV much you have heard me say that this is a really good cigar wrapper leaf flavor. It has some really cool "offnotes" hints of coffee, chocolate, maybe a little spice(anise). It is a great building block for a cigar. Used here to lend a little more complexity to the profile. But mainly to bring hints of Caribbean tobacco to the table.

FLV Kentucky Blend - An interesting one. Another generic tobacco with hint of ash and a hint of smoke. Great for a cigarette type and also to lend a "smoking" to any tobacco blend.

FLV Virginia - A specific sweet virginia feel concentrate with the spicy "tongue bite" notes that accompany many Virginias. Used here to boost sweet and cut some of the dark from Kentucky Blend. But also for it's spicy notes to blend with the "mid-grade cigar" profile.

FLV Mango - Because Mango all the things, all the time. Used low here in relation to the strength of the profile. I just want a mango note to pop out here and there. This will change according to your airflow and power.

INW Sisha Vanilla - Because Vanilla all the things all the time. And also because FLV does not have a straight vanilla. I am using this specific vanilla for it's three characteristics and it's ability to stay present against a strong profile. It brings of course vanilla, a cream note to help lend a little more body and finally adds some more sweet without being cloying.

I shake and vape this, to be perfectly honest I have not had a bottle last over two weeks. It does change a little bit, tobacco gets more nuanced, vanilla comes forward a little more and the mango keeps playing in the background.

Edit: I have since mixed multiple large batches of this to experience it on the long steep. IS GOOD! It stays a mid-grade cigarish tobacco with hints of vanilla and mango. :) This mix is also really good without the Mango! If you are a deep steeper or sensitive to the way INW Shisha Vanilla keeps getting stronKer, cut it by 25% to 50%. I personally dont have an issue with it but some people do.

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