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My ry4 stone base been using it in place of Tpa ry4 double...Solid amber and best of all short steep works magically buttery caramel vanilla hints of chocolate and tobacco..(how to use) typically Ry4 double in a recipe is used on average 5% use this Stone base @ 6.5% and so on..

Created: April 22, 2019 (over 2 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(FW) Butterscotch
(FLV) Caramel
(TPA) French Vanilla Ii
(FLV) Tatanka Tobacco
Total flavoring: 6.5% Steep Days: 5 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: nowar Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This one gets most of its flavor from FLV Tatanka which is a very distinctive flavor. It is incredibly prominent in mixes and here it is well complemented by the addition of FW Butterscotch. The FLV Caramel (mostly a brown sugar flavor) is one of my favorite sweeteners for its granulated sweetness, doesn't present as much as I'd like. I think I'd prefer a less prominent tobacco flavor with more FW to make up for the loss of complexity in flavor that comes from Tatanka. On it's own, this could be a great base with the addition of just one of more stronger tobaccos and maybe just a hair less than 1% of Tatanka (not one of my faves) but I wouldn't lose it entirely. The Tatanka/FW Butterscotch combo is almost too good to lose, despite my lack of love for Tatanka. The whole thing just leans too far to syrup for me and I want a little less of that unless I'm planning to balance it with some drier tobaccos. In all, this is a solid example of an RY4 built from the ground up with Tatanka pulling double duty as bacco and flavor. I bet if you threw 1% FLV Cured or 3% HS RY1 on top of this, it would be complete and a ridiculously satisfying RY4 blend. Thanks for sharing your work!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I haven't had a chance to use this as intended yet, I've only tried it by itself, but it certainly tastes like what I wish TFA RY4 Double tasted like and seems like it would be an excellent replacement for it. Compared it RY4 Dub, you get a buttery caramel with a prominent vanilla and just enough real tobacco, versus a dirty caramel without that buttery richness and blah vanilla. Also tastes less likely to do excessive muting of other ingredients than RY4 Dub. I don't know that it would work as a replacement for RY4 in existing recipes built around that, because it's too different, but I would certainly rather build recipes around this than around RY4. Great stuff!