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Ooofff I had so much fun creating this one!
I’m a weirdo that enjoys a complex tobacco tobacco with hints of sweet notes and layers.
The following combinations created my cigarrillo
Max blend for the darker tobacco notes
Desert Ship has spicy notes and has a dryer yellow tobacco note
DK Tab brings a nutty aspect with sweet tobacco notes
Clove is a my separator and dances around all the other flavors
Out of all the bourbons out there I picked aged bourbon cream because it serves dual purpose it brings bourbon to the party while emulsifying the tobaccos and blending really nicely with the Honeybee I used for the touch of honey note. Sweet Fig is that surprise flavor I placed smack in the middle of this mix that makes vaping this tobacco quite a unique experience because in this mix it almost taste like a plumb note.
To round out the recipe I finished it off with sweet and smokey tobacco it does exactly what is expected adds a smokey sweet finish.
**Copied from "Applewood Butterscotch Tobacco" By johnmakesthings**
Increased the turkish a bit
A smokey Applewood on the inhale, followed by a thick Butterscotch on the exhale, with a dry Turkish blend throughout.
FW Butterscotch Natural 5%: Provides a broad sweetness and contributes to the mouth-feel. Most of the butterscotch flavor is on the exhale. Heavy presence in the aroma. NOTE: This mix uses the "Natural" variant or FW's Butterscotch, which is not as sharp and can be used at a higher percentage without imparting an off-taste.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl: 0.5% is just enough to bring a spicy complexity.
FA Desert Ship Blend 1.5%: FA's best Turkish blend. Sits nicely in the background and brings a smokiness to the woody profile.
FA Fuji 3%: In many recipe's, 3% will give you a forward apple. Not here; this mix is dark. After a steep, it's just enough to infuse an apple flavor.
FA Oak Wood: At 1% we get a strong woody flavor. Not a lot of complexity, but other flavors blend into it nicely for some depth.
TFA Strawberry Ripe: 1% is just enough to bring some fruity sweetness. 1.5% also works, but at 2% and higher, I swear it begins to mute everything in mix. Could just be me though.
Steep Notes: As a shake and vape, the Fuji is a little "on top" of the mix, instead of within the woody profile. Also, the butterscotch needs a 2-3 days to blend into the overall background.
I suggest a 1 week steep. After that, things will just continue to smooth out. Since tobacco's tend to continually develop over time, the Fuji might mute a little after a month or two. Try adding 1 drop per 10ml to liven it up, if you so desire. Also, color may slightly darken over time.
Other Notes: Developed at 85vg/15pg (max VG), 3mg nic on a Goon with 28GX2/40G 316L Fused Claptons, 0.3 ohms @ 70 watts.
This semi sweet slightly a medium body lightly spiced tobacco blended dry raw almond notes wrapped in a nice leathery tobacco leaf. The coconut, kinako soy and vanilla add a nice creamy smooth note to the mix that rounds everything out and keeps it from being overly dry.
Optional additive: To make this mix slightly ashy you can add a tiny amount of FA black fire but careful with Black Fire because it can easily overwhelm a recipe. 1 drop per 15ML is enough for my taste. I use blackfire in recipes the same way I use sweetener it’s an additive.
Optional Additives: To reduce the sweetness in this recipe you can use 0.5% bitter wizard