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IMPORTANT - RY4 is from Molinberry and not (MPV)
Not sure if this is for the tobacco-heads or the sweet-tooth vaper but it's a very sweet tobacco. The idea behind the profile was to put Coconut and Native Tobacco up against each other since I find Native to be delicious, but strong. The result was unexpectedly pleasing.
A very sweet cinnamon thump with a dark tobacco back note.
Update: I have found this to work best as an MTL recipe. I have switched to Molinberry RY4 (Please note that this is marked as MPV flavour house) and included Vanilla Classic (FA) and Butter Cream (CAP).
No profile hunt here just a bunch of flavors that i felt belong together. They all compliment each other beautifully. Mix this one up and thank me later. Just so its known in no way would i consider this a tobacco recipe. Its more of a buttery dark creamy goodness. Whatever it is i can't put it down. I love it so maybe just maybe you will too. I am willing to bet this will become absolutely amazing with a long steep but as is i love it after a 2 day steep but i feel after 5 days its definitely better. Enjoy!
Sweetener: I used .50% flavor west sweetener but feel free to use more or less of your sweetener of choice.
day 2 this is a very pleasant vape - mild and flavorful - 5 days - same mild and flavorful - okay this recipe is a good one now... I can only imagine it getting better with a longer steep but at 5 days it's really nice. I had wanted more cinnamon but not overpowering as it is you cannot really make out the cinnamon but the flavors here do come together to produce a great vape. It's just like the title - vanilla tobacco - and it seems just super simple even though the recipe has all this stuff in it - the vape seems very basic - vanilla tobacco LOL
This is a Tangerine Yogurt Cake. A bit odd, but delicious. So why not.
Added a .5 of FLV sweetness to brighten Tangerine.
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have you ever thrown to recipes together just to see what they taste like? Then spend the next two weeks, trying to figure out how to improve upon what was already a fantastic! I tried countless variations on this recipe, chasing a profile I already had. I finally came to my senses, and just combined the two recipes at a 50/50 ratio. I did come up with some pretty tasty seach recipes so I'm sure this is not the last one I will release. what the fuck is a seach you ask? well it's not really a thing, until now🤯🤯🤯
Original by Botboy141, copied from - https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/3yzu1e/vicious_vanilla_happy_new_year_everyone/
For more flavor, boost percentages of each by 10% (for a maximum of ~12.5% total flavoring)
Mixed live for Fresh's 6/9 show. The design brief was "Not a Dessert" and someone named dropped a Tobacco Leaf and Coffee Custard. This is an attempt at that profile.
The custard base is straight stolen from the beautiful @EdibleMalfunction. His S&V custard base is pretty tight, yo. No need to reinvent the wheel when you can just plagiarize?
And the tobacco/coffee. You know what's a non-awful coffee flavor? Half of FLV Connecticut Shade. Plus, it has some cool cigar wrapper type of cocoa notes. Strong stuff, and a bit hard to use as the only tobacco in a recipe. It's filled out with some FLV Cured, because it's one of the leafier straight ahead FLV Tobaccos.
My hot take: This is pretty solid. Since it's a S&V custard base with FLV Tobaccos it actually works surprisingly well off a shake. I'm digging this. Should follow the same general rule as other FLV tobaccos though, so it'll probably die down after 3 days and come back in a couple weeks.