A nice, light tobacco leaf vape. The Native has a little bite to it, but it's not too in your face. This was originally created to be a base for an aromatic blend with some fruity stuff on top, but I preferred it all by itself. If you want to play around with some toppers, just throw a little of whatever on top. I can't think of anything this wouldn't blend well with.

Created: July 06, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

Recipes inspired by this one: God the Father by ChemicalBurnVictim |
% Vendor Flavor
(INW) Classic For Pipe Gold
(FLV) Native Tobacco
(FA) Oak Wood
(INW) Tobacco Dirty Neutral (dnb)
Total flavoring: 6.0% Steep Days: 7 Best VG: 60% Temperature: 0
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User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
That’s a really nice, simple tobacco that’s light while still being robust. Like a brighter but still full-flavored pipe tobacco, with hints of honey, spice, and ash. It feels a little incomplete like it’s begging for something to be added, specifically a fruit of some sort. I can’t wait to try the follow-up recipe, God The Father, that uses CANTALOUPE. Cantaloupe tobacco! That’s almost as crazy as my friend SteveTC’s Melon-Glazed Donut. I have to try it. The more vaped this Native GOD, the more I thought that it might actually work with cantaloupe, which is a strange thought when you’ve vaping tobacco, but that honey taste it has seems to be begging for some kind of orangey-colored fruit that’s not orange. I would also accept papaya, apricot, mango, or that WF Yellow Watermelon as things that might complete this, but I’d try CBV’s recipe with the Canteloupe first and see how that goes.
User: nowar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Smooth and mellow. Slightly sweet, ashy and spicy hints all just humbly deflect compliments as they are shy on the exhale. If you are looking for a first in tobacco, this one is a strong entry point. Also, native and gold can work so many other places at the same time so it's winning entry.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
As always CBV, I don't know how the hell you do it but it's delicious. In my experience, woody notes are hard to balance but you use the Oak Wood in here so perfectly. It compliments the earthiness and spice of the native incredibly well but also serves to sort of add some ever-so-slightly darker notes to a really authentic light and naturally sweet mix of tobaccos. Fantastic mix that I can vape for days on end.
User: Ebc88 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Solid tobacco recipe was my first time mixing with FA Oak Wood. It works well in here. Adds a nice wood note to your bacco combo. The Gold for Pipe and Native are an excellent they both remind me of chewing tobacco by themselves, but when you throw DNB on top of them it definitely makes them more of a smoking tobacco. It is a nice mellow smooth woody tobacco vape. Excellent job as always chemmy
User: cmyjones Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
this is great thanks. also i was sent FA Dark Wood instead, and I'm not complaining. i also didn't have INW pipe, but got FA golden pipe, also not complaining on this one either. thanks!
User: hashslingingslashur Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
so this review isn't 100% on because I don't have INW gold. That said, this is a fantastic mix; easily my favorite tobacco blend. I have limited experience with tobacco flavors and this was a wonderful intro. DNB and Native Tobacco are a match made in heaven. Oak wood is so damn good. This is such a simple mix but its full in flavor and body. Woody, ashy, mellow, leafy; all describe this in some way. Tastes like a very fine pouch tobacco; Somewhere between a Nat Sherman and American Spirit rolling tobacco. Easy ADV and another one that I love with some wine or bourbon; basically the only alcohol I really go for. Feels really close to having alcohol and a ciggy >=)