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(TPA) Ry4 Double

By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Flavor Profile: dessert tobacco

Used in 1741 recipes at an average of 3.766%.


109 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

This is a smooth and rich Ry4 tobacco, and an excellent pairing with menthol.


The RF Coffee is the one I have been looking for. Not too authentic and not too fake. Flv pumps it up a bit and the Fresh Cream, Whipped Marshmallow, VCV! and VBIC round out the drink with cream vanilla goodness. The Sugar Cookie adds some body and depth and binds the coffee, cream and RY4 together. I have been trying to make a decent coffee vape for a few friends for awhile now and I think its pretty on point! Sweeten to taste.

I wanted to make something with a bite in it with ry4 as it always seems so cloying to me. So added pomegranite and cranberry and then for a base creme and merengue and biscuit and pie crust and then added some toasted almond to make it more interesting and lemonade cookie because I figure cranberry needs a citrus with it but nothing necessarily strong. I think this probably is going to be too sweet for me and now I'm wondering why I needed to put cremes in this LOL Those might be cloying on their own. I think I will start over - but this is where I keep my recipes and who knows maybe this will be great.

I really liked TPA RY4 Double solo when I got it, but it got boring quick. Obviously not enough tobacco, top heavy, and just kind of flat. I was working on another variation with DFS Holy Holy Grail, but that needs to be something else completely. I tried a few existing recipes that were using additional tobacco to bolster RY4Ds, but they were still lacking in my opinion. INW Dark for Pipe was an obvious choice, and is a perfect match with RY4D. I really like this stuff fresh just because of how potent Dark for Pipe is, but after 3 weeks everything has come together and blended wonderfully. If you want an RY4 that has some serious punch this is what you are looking for.

INW Classic for pipe Dark:

This stuff I awesome. Dark, earthy, skunky tobacco with some dark fruit and a little cacao. It's an absolutely perfect match with RY4D, and the cigar / fruit / cacao make this a perfect base for a stanky RY4.

INW Classic for pipe Black:

A legit full bodied, smoky tobacco to add a bit more depth and authenticity to the Dark.

TPA RY4 Double:

Not much that needs to be said about this. A really fantastic RY4, I get loads of smooth caramel, and almost no vanilla or tobacco. Which is great because I really don't like vanilla. This started high, but after a couple variations it ended up at 4%. At first it really stands out, but after some time it comes together with Dark and they blend perfectly.

FA Oak Wood:

This was the perfect way to add a little more body while also adding some wood and a little more sweetness that I wanted but wasn't quite getting after dropping the RY4D to where it is. Also doesn't add any additional gunkyness while bringing a little more authenticity to the tobacco base.


Flavor Profile:

A dark, smokey caramel cream pie.

Flavor Notes:

  • FA Cookie - Used to help bring out the crust notes, and add some nice AP style bakery notes
  • CAP French Vanilla - This concentrate is used for the creamy vanilla pudding style pie filling. I chose french vanilla because its a bit of a darker vanilla which i thought would pair well with the caramel and smokey ry4 notes.
  • TFA Pie Crust - Main pie crust note
  • TFA RY4 Double - This is the main star of the show, and the concentrate i wanted to build this recipe around. Using it at a rather high percentage and it seems to be working quite nicely. Seems to take a few days to really settle into the mix properly, but once it has steeped for a little while it really blends nicely with the other flavorings in this recipe.
  • CAP Super Sweet/Sweetener - With dessert style recipes, i always like to add a touch of sweetener to get that nice sugary dessert flavor. This is an optional addition to the recipe, but I find it really helps it out. I personally prefer 0.25% of super sweet.

Other stuff:

So im still working on other batches of this recipe, and this was the first one that i came up with for this profile. I wasnt expecting it to turn out as nicely as it did, so after vaping the last of my bottle today i really wanted to share it. If anyone has any suggestions on how i can take this recipe to the next level, i would love to hear your ideas. Im still rather new to mixing so any help or tips are much appreciated! I think I kinda got lucky on this one.

Chocolate cordial cherry tobacco
The Story : We get these little guys every year around this time, and i have never really liked the actual candy, but i got to thinking of how i could spin this into a delicious juice, and throw it over a mild but thick tobacco flavor .. the base flavors all go very well with a tobacco ,especially a good cigar or pipe tobacco combo...so i went to work with some FLV tobaccos to find my mix...and fell on the Cured and red Burley and Tatanka for my blend of choice in this version i wanted a little bit bolder tobacco, i also added in RY4 to help smooth it out with the other ingredients

After three months of tinkering with more iterations than I care to count, I’m sending this off to the world.

My Three Cities recipe was made without ever trying the real deal, and after I received a sample from ID10-T, I became slightly obsessed with trying to clone this juice. There is just something about it that makes it pretty obvious to me why it’s a popular juice.

Two things really jumped out at me. One was the satisfyingly dense mouth feel. I started out with RY4 Double and FE Cigar from the get-go, but it wasn’t dense enough. I eventually tried tasting a few drops of the juice to try to find a clue as to what could be in it, and I pretty much only tasted vanilla. Skipping all the vanilla trials, I ended up admitting defeat and used CAP Vanilla Custard. Using enough of that to get the mouth feel right made the taste way too vanilla heavy, so I lowered that down a bit and used some CAP Sugar Cookie. These two ingredients make this absolutely not a 1:1 clone since they contain them diketones, but god damn it they are good.

The other thing that really jumped out at me every time I tasted the real thing was this sweet little tickle on the tip of the tongue. It almost feels like a cooling sensation, but not. Hard to explain. But there’s a few things that I think are coming together here to give that feeling. TFA Toasted Almond, FW Fig, and TFA Turkish. I had to go a lot lower with all three of those than I thought I would have to, but each one lends a little something to that sweet little tickly top note.

I’m not going to say this is the perfect Tripoli recipe, but it’s the best one I can do.

This recipe combines two of my favorite concentrates, TPA RY4 Double and CAP Vanilla Custard. Vanilla Swirl and Caramel OG boost the best properties of both the RY4 and the Custard, and a touch of Butterscotch Ripple helps tie it all together. Due the high concentrations of the stars of the show, this one is a long steeper. I give it 2 weeks minimum before I break into it, but at a month the real magic happens, and you have the best damn RY4 I've ever tasted.

Optional - I like to add 0.5% of CAP Super Sweet to appease my sweet tooth. I've also added 1 drop per 15ml of MTS Vape Wizard to enhance mouthfeel, but neither is needed for this recipe to be delicious.

This was the recipe that has kept me and my lovely wife off the stinkies for years now. When I first started vaping I wanted a flavor that tasted like a cigarette not a Strawberry, It's been 4 years and I now enjoy all types of juice, but you still have to have something to pair with the morning coffee and this Tobacco recipe can stand it's ground with any coffee.


A smooth,creamy,light tobacco vape.easy to mix and a good company for all day.enjoy!

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