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I'm done chasing this recipe I think I'm genuinely happy with this mix (SA) LEMON CREAM IS CHEMNOVATIC LEMON CREAM WAFER... For a more tart flavor add FE lemon @ .5 to 1% (Fa) soho I'm using to darken the crust it works magic a little tip from Emily on "Noted" Diyordie....testing on a Recurve rda using 24 g Ni80 coils 7 wrap 40watts.
my take on a classic apple pie. the fa soho gives it a little caramel and a fresh from the oven warmth. cinnamon sugar and ooo pie crust make up my crust and I used country apple for the bulk of the apple note for an oven baked apple taste with a bit of a boost from flv apple filling.
The idea was pretty simple here, I absolutely loved clove cigarettes, but I didn't want to try to clone that experience per se. I was totally okay selling out the ash and bitter notes to just embrace the aromatics and the sweeter noted inherent to the clove, and the tobaccos I chose were meant to embrace and enhance that.
FLV Turkish is bringing along a bit of body and some complementary spices.
FLV Cured is bringing some aromatics and some tobacco authenticity
FA Soho is nutty, kind of sweet, and helps marry everything here together without aiming strictly at a "cigarette" tobacco recipe but something enjoyable and accessible.
Not completely your typical rum and coke. MB captain rum is pretty darn authentic to Captain Morgan spiced rum with just the right amount of boozy notes. The lime is present in the back like you want it to be and FLV cola assists with the citrus note. WF rum and cola help with the rum and sweetness of a cola. Swirl rounds out any sharpness. Soho you ask? WTF is soho doing in this mix? It darkens the rum a little more and gives it a dirty note that I wanted like drinking in a Caribbean bar.