Used in 34 recipes at an average of 2.403%.
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.
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"