(TPA) Mild Black

By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 34 recipes at an average of 2.403%.


6 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

Note: TPA Mild Black is now renamed TPA Cigarillo.

A joke turned serious, a proof of concept that some flavours have such strong off notes that can be capitalised on, and even used as main flavours.

When I was testing TPA Mild Black (it's renamed now to Cigarillo) I found it to be quite fruity (leaning towards peach) and the tobacco is quite leafy (similar to tea aroma), as for JF Boysenberry struck me as a white peach more than anything else, a bit dry and medicinal...

By combining those, accomplishing both covering up the Boysenberry medicinal note by the leafy note in the Cigarillo and reinforcing the fruity-peach note in the Cigarillo, came up a quite interesting peach-tea.

The mix was a bit dry and thin, needed a bit juiciness and depth, that is where the Fuji apple came, adding the required amount of juiciness and sweetness to the mix.

Optionally, you can add 0.25% super sweet for more sweetness, and 0.25% FA Black tea if you like tea to be more pronounced

PEREZ CARILLO ... it's a real sweet and smokey cigar with a hint of oak wood, my friend told me to try it and i was surprised ..

Grap a cup of coffee and enjoy the rich and real flavour of this cigar

Mix it on 50/50 vg/pg

It will take a long time to reach the real flavour for about 45 days or more, but it worth the wait

This is the same recipe I have shared on ELR. It has been a looooooong time since I had the original, but using memory and community input, this is a close clone (and very similar to the One-Shot Django's bounty sold by ECX)

I've subbed the TPA cinnamon spice out for RF Cinnamon Roll – SC @ 1% with good results.


A mild and creamier version of tribeca clones.i never really enjoyed halo's tribeca,but this one is right on spot for my personal taste,mainly because it doesn't have that disturbing heavy taste tribeca has.i only vape this in mtl atomizers.enjoy!

This is a clone of Eight Bells, cloned from http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/260134/Eight%20Bells%20clone. This was updated to a higher VG content like the original Eight Bells and Mild Black changed to TPA Black Mile as they don't make Mild Black anymore. Needs a 2 week steep minimum.

ATF doesn't list TPA Black Mile as a flavor, just know that is what you will have to use to make this. You can't find Mild Black anymore.

I think this tastes like a cheesecake drizzled with honey wrapped into a mild dessert tobacco.

TFA Mild Black and TFA Black Honey were my first tobacco flavors besides ry4 double. When I first mixed those 2 up I thought they tasted like the Backwoods Sweet and Aromatic cigars that I used to really like. I immediately thought they would go together really well for a dessert cigar.

I wanted the 2 tobacco flavors to shine though with out being overwhelming. Honey black brings a very honey forward light tobacco and the mild black brings a darker deeper tobacco flavor. The INW gold ducat rounds out the other two tobaccos nicely. None of these flavors are in the realm of cigars you'd find in a humidor, more like ones you'd find in a gas stations but lend themselves well in this recipe. At these percentages each is able to come through while allowing the other flavors to come through.

Now I have always liked vanilla cigars but I knew the vanilla would need something to bind it to the tobacco flavors so I went with cheesecake.

I don't think the cheesecake, graham cracker clear, vanilla swirl would make a good base for most recipes but in this it works without getting overly complicated as its still primarily a tobacco flavor.

This is the first recipe I used holy vanilla in and it really works well in here, especially paired with the vanilla swirl. The vanilla is there but plays in the background.

I started off going for a more tobacco forward eliquid. This ended up having a more subtle tobacco flavor and more of honey cheesecake with tobacco notes. I'm really happy with the way this turned out even thought it's not exactly what I started out for. But in the words of Bilbo who also liked a good toke "You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to"

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