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I am not big on tobacco recipes but i do enjoy a light sweet tobacco if you can even call it that. I wanted this to have an ry4 type of light sweet tobacco flavor where the tobacco is light and nutty with a good caramel, butterscotch, brown sugary type of sweetness and or flavor. I went with flavor west hazelnut well because its the king of nuts of coarse and i threw in a little creme brulee becauseits just good lol. No i put creme brulee in because of its carmalized creamy texture and it just works here. k My tobacco choices were purely based on smell i was looking for the nuttiest smelling flavorah tobacco thats where oriental came in because to me it smells really nutty. Then i was looking for another tobacco to slightly back up the nuttyness so i smelled the other Flavorah tobacco's looking for the one that smelled the best with oriental and i came to choose tatanka. I really like this combination and i dont like tobacco's but i like these in this!! Now the tobacco is super light if you vape this on day 3 the tobacco will be much more prominent than say after two weeks. If you like your tobacco's more prominent you can just bump up each .25% at a time and you should be able to find where you prefer it best. But for me the level of tobacco is perfect just enough to know its there with some flavors that blend perfectly with a light tobacco. The rest of the flavors i feel are obvious to the reasons i used them. I used them to bring out a nice caramel, brown sugar, butterscotch style of sweetness mixed with a prominent hazelnut with a touch of vanilla. I think you might really enjoy this mix and if you like a stronger tobacco you can easily bump them both up until you find the amount for you. Enjoy!!!!
Okay the person had said no custard. I wonder if that means no creams too..... Anyway still mixing for that person - here I have strawberries and cherry crush and butter pecan as the higher numbers and then as back up players the tangerine, coconut, almond, blood orange, vanilla and blueberry. Should be a-okay to vape straight away right? Couldn't find quite the right free photo but this should do,
Mango is the main profile but it is balanced with a peach back note the Papaya adds a chewy note and the cantaloupe binds all the flavors together. I softened the mix by adding 1.5% of vanilla swirl with and added a bit of a stronger vanilla note to the ream portion with a bit of Vanilla classic. This isn't necessarily a creamy mix with the swirl added in but the swirl adds a nice soft finish. I recommend at least a full week steep but its decent as a shaker. I'm one of those people that firmly believes every juice needs some steep time. so you will rarely see me post a straight up shake and vape.
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
Okay yes it's complicated but so too is a truffle - a good one anyway. So I am making the custards (cap v1) and the white chocolate the larger numbers to hold all this. Well and of course the tobacco which if it's going to stand up to all this needs to be a pretty high number. Then adding amounts coffee, chocolate, cocoa, caramel, nuts, vanilla, cardamom.... also putting in creme brulee and bavarian cream. Maybe a ridiculous thing to do or maybe it will work like cooking would idk we'll see. LOL
This tastes great back of the hand and I am thinking I might vape it straight away although I'm sure a steep will do it alot of good due to the bakery notes. But yeah how can one go wrong with these ingredients right? LOL I put in country apple for a more baked apple flavor and the double apple to make it juicy then put in both tpa and cap custards just for the heck of it really and the tahitian vanilla cream because it is very good and then sugar cookie and biscuit for the crust - the vanilla and cinnamon should make it a bit more sharp I think we'll see. And the super sweet just to bring the flavors out.