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.

Created: June 12, 2018 (about 3 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(CAP) Double Apple
(TPA) Kentucky Bourbon
(FA) Pear
(TPA) Ry4 Double
(TPA) Turkish
(INW) Two Apples
Total flavoring: 11.0% Steep Days: 15 Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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User: ID10-T Score: 2 Entered: 4 months ago
I got some unpleasant astringency and rosy floral top notes, and not any authentic tobacco aroma to make it worthwhile. It’s like the skin notes from the apple and the off-notes of TFA Turkish joined forces to give it just a little edge of grandma’s perfume and nail polish remover, just enough to ruin it for me. Even though I love the apple layer and the little additions of RY4 and Kentucky Bourbon, this needs a tobacco that works better with everything else. Maybe replacing the 5% TFA Turkish with 2% FLV Turkish and 1% FLV Native would fix it.