Used in 22 recipes at an average of 3.319%.
Working off the first BETA release, the common consensus was that that introduction of the deeper, darker, more "matured" flavor, hindered the great aspects of the original Obsidian. The French Pipe seemed to be the biggest issue, especially after steeping. I needed to find a way to bridge the sweeter cookie notes to the darker tobacco, while keeping that luxurious RY4 finish. After a lot of tweaking, I found that replacing the Butterscotch with Smoked Butterscotch, and French Pipe for Tatanka - provides that case.
I'm curious as to your notes on this and would love any feedback. I still want "darker" undertones, I want smokier flavor, and I may even add some ash. But I think this is a much better improvement over the first BETA.
Check out the original Obsidian here:
Check out the first version of Obsidian Gold Label here:
I wanted something semi simple to vape while playing Red Dead Redemption 2. Since Im not a real cowboy I wanted something sweet with definitive tobacco note (JF RY4 DOUBLe) building on the sweet side of the profile, I decided to use sweets that would compliment Ry4. so dulce de leche and a hint of FA vanilla were my choice, instead of a cream I chose Vanilla Pudding because i like the mouthfeel and flavor it provides after a few days steep.
I made a nicsalt version of this so that I could get a nice nic buzz from my Sourin Drop as I bring justice to the Digital wild west! Hope y'all like it.