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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

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Taste great but my effort to make a all flavorah reciep failled. I was almost there but wanted another layer of apricot. Needs 4-5 days steep. Light cream, nice balanced apricot, and a nice tobacco note.
Pretty simple break down, Apricots, creams, tobaccos.
FLV and FA Apricot make up a nice apricot, sorta sweet. FLV apricot brings the top end and FA brings more body.
FLV Milk & honey and FLV Cream create a nice light cream thats subtle but there and placed well in the mix.
Flv Kentucky Blend and FLV Red burley bring in a earthy dark notes. Red burley is just a tobacco i always come back to and enjoy every time.

Tested in Kayfun 5 MTL.

% Vendor Flavor
1.5
(FLV) Apricot
1
(FA) Armenia (apricot)
0.6
(FLV) Cream
1
(FLV) Kentucky Blend
0.2
(FLV) Milk & Honey
0.8
(FLV) Red Burley
Total flavoring: 5.1% Steep Days: 5 Best VG: 50% Temperature: 430
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User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Rather than an apricot pipe tobacco, this is more of a fruity dessert tobacco with apricot happening to be the fruit, like an Apricot RY4. It’s rich and satisfying, with thick, dark, brown sugar-like sweet cream blending with the tobacco and fruit notes. I’ve tried a few peach tobaccos that I’ve liked and even created one, but I like this one even more.
User: Slushy Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
This looks very well thought out only thing I have issues with it the low percentage of flavorings not a bad thing just personally most recipes like this end up tasting very muted to me what would you recommend to up percentage just a bit..