Flavor Profile: dessert tobacco
Used in 1989 recipes at an average of 3.783%.
So I don’t really care for tobacco flavors but I wanted to create one that I could enjoy occasionally so I came up with this nice light fruity mix and tobacco with a nice amount of vanilla richness to it. This is totally delicious after a 5 day steep. I enjoy it very much as my morning g vape with coffee in these hot summer Months
A creamy butterscotch RY4 inspired by the deliciousness of Glas Basix "Butterscotch Reserve."
Even though I was initially going for the Glas profile, at the end of the journey it turned into something completely different. This recipe ticks all the flavor profile boxes and is a satisfying desert tobacco vape that you can enjoy almost immediately. I always try to keep some on hand, but if I run out...shake and vape, baby! It just gets better over time.
Creamy. TPA DX Sweet Cream and Vanilla Swirl combine to add a creamy sweetness with no custard notes. The ripple from FW Butterscotch Ripple also adds to the creaminess. The foundation.
Butterscotch. FA Butterscotch adds punch to the FA Caramel. Butterscotch Ripple adds a creamy roundness to really bring out the above flavors and enhance the caramel notes in the RY4.
RY4. RY4 Double--a staple and the star of the show. At this percentage it holds up to and is enhanced by all of the supporting flavors. The other flavors round out and smooth the RY4 Double, which can sometimes be overly harsh. I tried a number of different tobacco flavors and keep coming back to RY4D.
RY4, Sweet Cream, and Vanilla Swirl has been a solid ADV for me for some time, but this recipe really hits the spot when I'm looking for that something extra, which recently has been most of the time. Enjoy!
Profile: A sweet tobacco infused with a warm dark caramel cookie. Very simple and versatile recipe.
OSDIY Luck Shot / TPA RY4 Double - This two combined create a warm
tobacco swetness and infuse a dark caramel richness to the cookie component.
FA Cookie / TPA Graham Cracker (Clear) - To raise the graininess and to complement the body of the cookie.
FW Butterscotch - Just to bring more of the caramel aspect. Can be swapped with FA Butterscotch, it makes a similar role.
Profile: Turkish Tobacco with a nice apple vibe.
A simple tobacco recipe I made for a friend a while ago.
The Bourbon here acts like a bridge between the Apple and the tobacco and at the same time, it gives the Apple a baked sensation.
The combination of apples brings more of a red apple than a green apple. A touch of Ry4 Double to bring some dark caramel notes to the profile.
Give at least a week to steep to calm down the TPA Turkish.