This recipe is a Work In Progress.

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

A tobacco modeled after a flavored Syrian Cigar I once had.

The spicy edge from Native and Turkish start this off. Turkish to bring in the Eastern influence, Native to darken it up more and lend a more cigarish edge to the mix.

Turkish and Native can both get a bit dark, but also are not super complex on their own which is where Connecticut Shade comes in. It brightens while adding depth with it's naunced notes.

This is a spiced Cigar, and how can you have spiced without spice. I wanted a woodsy tone thus the Wood Spice, Pumpkin Spice is a great blend for a lot of reasons, used here for all those reasons :) FLV Clove, because, well, if you have not you should.

Created: June 12, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(FLV) Clove
(FLV) Connecticut Shade
(FLV) Native Tobacco
(FLV) Pumpkin Spice
(FLV) Turkish Tobacco
(FLV) Wood Spice
Total flavoring: 5.8% Steep Days: 3 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: ali Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Used Oak Wood (FA) and Storm (FA) for Wood Spice and Clove in same percentages respectively. It turned out great, and I'm sure it would be even better with the original. It tastes to me like a perfectly spiced creamy cigar. I don't know where the creamy feel comes from though.