This recipe is a Work In Progress.

It might be amazing, but its creator doesn't think it's finished yet.

As close to a SNV RY4 custard as I can get. Ham-handed with percentages but it is meant for RTA use (billow 2.5 personally).

FLV Tatanka is REALLY good SNV, sort of a sweet chewy leathery quality to it along with some honey-ish sweetness. I love this stuff. FLV Connecticut Shade is added to just darken it up a bit, bringing a nice coffee/cocoa note. JF RY4 Double is a solid base to work around for the caramel/molasses notes but it's not as monotone as TFA and IMO works well at accenting other dessert baccos.

INW Custard because it doesn't require much steeping and a bit of TFA Bavarian Cream to smooth out some edges.

EDIT: halved RY4D, dropped Tatanka by 0.5%, switched FLV Red Burley for Connecticut Shade and upped to 1.5%. Original mix developed a very strong raisin note after a month steep, presumably from both the tatanka and ry4d (both have a bit of a fruity note to me), which were pretty high strength. In retrospect, I wanted to keep the flavor of Tatanka but just wanted that ry4 there to emulsify everything, so modifications have been made to achieve that.

Created: July 31, 2018 (almost 3 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Bavarian Cream
(FLV) Connecticut Shade
(INW) Custard
(JF) RY4 Double
(FLV) Tatanka Tobacco
Total flavoring: 9.0% Steep Days: 7 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: cdaniell30 Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
It's good to see a dark, bold tobacco recipe where the creator did a little more than simply throw some vanilla at it to smooth it out a little. This is really, really nice.