(INW) Classic For Pipe Black


By: Inawera (INW)
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Used in 380 recipes at an average of 1.823%.

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This is the story of how 3 kings came together to rule the land. All kidding aside these are my top tobacco's from these 3 flavor house's Fa Cuban Supreme, FLV Connecticut Shade and INW Black for pipe.
FA Cuban Supreme for a nice cigar tobacco base.
FLV Connecticut Shade this flavor is there for that cigar wrapper and the slight chocolate and coffee notes.
INW Black for pipe my favorite tobacco flavoring it adds a nice dark smokey tobacco to the mix with a little peppery note.
INW DNB just because what's a tobacco recipe without a little ash.
This is the first recipe I've created that i thought was worthy of posting and that others hopefully would enjoy. If you mix this let me know what you think.
Developed for Vertex mtl rta .8 round wire coil at 14w.

This is a straight forward tobacco blend,more like a pipe tobacco than a cigarette.Spicy,woodsy,slightly fruity with an alcohol hint,It is pretty much a perique blend without using a perique flavour.For tobacco lovers only.This was tested only in restricted dl in a Hadaly during the first tests and in a couple of mtl rta's,in which i reccomend you should vape this mix
It needs at least one week steeping time

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Detailed notes are posted here; https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/evevyf/first_recipe_im_confident_to_share_honey_nut/
A recipe that was well received and made over a year ago. Never really got around to posting as I never had a membership but here we go.

A simple smooth dessert tobacco that was made to be sweet without being overly rich.
Enjoy! :)

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Black Vanilla is a dessert tobacco with a chocolate-vanilla note.

The base of the recipe is Black for Pipe (INW), which is a spicy dark tobacco with a smoky note. My idea was to add a vanilla and chocolate note. Bavarian Cream (TPA) usually works wonderfully with various fruits, the cream is dark and rich with a light caramel note. Sounds like the perfect flavor to give the tobacco volume and more nuances. Said and done. Even though the cream already enhanced the tobacco, the vanilla note was still not strong enough. Since my selection of vanilla flavors is quite limited, I decided to use French Vanilla (TPA). At 2.5%, the vanilla note is clearly recognizable. For the chocolate note I used Fudge Brownie (TPA). FB is a super juicy dark (very dark) chocolate brownie, which can assert itself against the strong tobacco without dominating the vanilla. I was already quite happy with the mix, but some volume and sweetness was missing. 0.5% marshmallow brought the necessary volume and also sweetness. Enjoy.

This recipe was created for the VAPEDIA Mixers Club, Edition 02/21

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A very nice plum tobaccos.
Let it steep for at list one week.
Enjoy

For all the mornings you wish for a nice tobacco vape with your coffee.For all the nights you wish for a tobacco vape with your drink.
A strong tobacco mix,no creams,no nuts,a little rum and red dates to fill in the blanks,starring the the two best "for pipe" from inawera.Smokey,ashy,woodsy pipe tobacco,i hope you enjoy it!

Perique is usually described as a strong, peppery blending tobacco. I’ve done a straight Perique NET, and a few Virginia/Perique NETs, and while I see where the “peppery” description could be applied, it always came across as more of a fermented, dark fruitiness with a bit of a kick. That’s what I was going for here. Not anything that’s going to make you hate your life because it kicks so hard, but enough of a bite to make you notice.

Brandy/Red Dates/Liquid Amber in there to try to get some of that funky dark fruit. Almost like a raisin or prune wine, if that’s something you want to imagine (I think I want to imagine it.)

For the tobaccos I went with Dark for Pipe because it’s got a bit of that fruitiness that’s already got a bit of funk to it, and also adds a good kick. Black for Pipe because it’s required to be in every recipe of mine. Also because it has a dark fruit and hint of pepper-ness to it. It’s all about packing a punch. Red Burley to bring a bit more body and bass notes along with some sort of moist earthiness. Moist is the best kind of earthiness. Mmmm.

So anyway, my goal was to make a better tasting Perique than anything that is currently sold as a single flavor of the same name. Looking at you, FA. Instead of hating yourself for picking up that flavor, just mix yourself up a better Perique. Or... wait for it.... Abetta Perique. God damn I’m clever.

Edit 5/3/20: This was made just as HHG v1 was going out of production. If you have v1, you wont be disappointed in this one.

The theme for mixer's club was Duets. I decided to take my love for Cardinal and try to see if I could get more tobacco out of it. My problem with Cardinal was always that it was just never enough tobacco flavor. So I decided to try it with Brigade 2506 by @ChemicalBurnVictim as like a peanut butter and jelly tobacco blend.

The results were strange. I first just lifted the holy holy grail ry4 and mixed it with BFP and TA CC. That wasn't working so I added back in everything on both recipes until I had a straight mash up of the two. For one tester, I just threw in some Am4a on a whim at 1%. for some reason that mix worked better than the others. The two recipes needed a bridge to pull them together and I'm guessing that the slightly creamy Am4a was able to bridge that gap between the caramelly HHG and the darker brigade flavorings.

Based on feedback from @ID10-T, I experimented with the levels of Am4a to get it right. I sent him some samples to try with Am4a at 0/0.3/0.5/0.7/0.9% His feedback being that the Am4a stood out too prominently at 1.0 and I was inclined to agree. Testing at various levels we both agreed that 0.5/0.7 were indistinguishable.

So, here it is at the 11th hour as Holy Holy Grail Ry4 v1 fades into diy history... Sacrilege (Amped brigade 2506)

Additional notes:
- I do like the 0.9 version as well. It leans more to that creamy bacco side than a mash-up and you can try that out too if you like more bacco and dont mind the distraction.
- just want to take a moment to thank the Mixer's club for encouragement and feedback and to ID10-T for helping me to get the levels perfect and trying out some samples to nail it down.

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A Djarum Black inspired recipe. Still very much a work in progress.

Strong,aromatic pipe tobacco mix.Nutty-lightly spicy-coffee-plum-vanilla scents,mixed with Virginia fire cured dark tobacco.At least a 10-14 days steeping is really necessary for this to smooth out.Vape this with your morning coffee or with a late night drink.

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By: CheebaSteeba Score: 90 / 100 Solo: 3.0% Mix: 1.5% Steep: 14 days Difficulty: 25 / 100

This is a tough one for me, as I am by no means a tobacco connoisseur, but this concentrate blows me away with its authenticity! Back when I smoked a pipe and rolled cigarettes with pipe tobacco, one of my favorite tobaccos was this nordic spiced blend, a dark black tobacco with various spices and a touch of sweetness. This reminds me exactly of smoking that tobacco. If I were blindfolded and were smoking that tobacco out of a pipe and vaping this side-by-side, I feel I'd have a very difficult time telling the two apart. You get this smokey quality from it that is very pleasing and reminiscent of smoking pipe tobacco, but not a sort of ashy, overpowering, super dry smokiness. The tobacco itself is a deep, dark tobacco, with subtle spices, and a touch of sweetness from the smoked-plum. I don't get any of that "plastic" or "barber-shop-powder" flavor I get from a lot of tobaccos... it just tastes like a f***in delicious dark pipe tobacco. They nailed it with this one, and I get the feeling their whole "for pipe" line is going to have very similar qualities about it


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