A tribute to Lazarus Vintage Journey. “Rolled in cognac and glazed with but­ter­milk, this warm and sweet fla­vor is reserved for only the most exclu­sive cig­ars of the world. Mas­ter Chef Bruce has embold­ened the essence of this fla­vor into a stately and smooth aro­matic fla­vor that amazes and inspires all who taste the wealth of the Jour­ney experience.” There’s no mention of banana there, but from reviews I gather that there is a bit of banana in there.

I have not tried the original, but created this based off of the description and reviews, and it ended up being pretty delicious. Not so much a tobacco flavor, but it’s good.

A note on FE Cigar and TFA RY4 Double: this is a really good combo. A few commercial juices I have tried taste like they are using this combo. The Cigar seems to fix up the RY4 Double and make it really pop. There’s a few RY4 recipes I’ve been playing with lately that I’m using this combo in, and it’s really good. The ratio used here is around where I like to keep them.

INW Brandy has been discontinued, but FA Brandy works just the same.

Created: December 12, 2017 (over 3 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Banana Nut Bread
(INW) Biscuit
(FA) Brandy
(FE) Cigar Flavor
(FE) Oak Milk
(TPA) Ry4 Double
Total flavoring: 9.8% Steep Days: 7 Best VG: 60% Temperature: 0
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