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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.

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I finally got all the things I needed to mix up Fear’s Abuela, and thought it was great. Started thinking about how I could personalize it a little to suit me a little better. Decided I might try a little remix to make it more of a mango pipe tobacco. I happened to be vaping it alongside my Turkish for Pipe, and I decided to do a bit of a mash-up.

So this is like a Turkish and Virginia Pipe Blend with some mango on top.

2 months after I shared this I realized my fat fingers selected the wrong Oriental from the drop down. If you used the normal INW Oriental, you might be ok. If you got the Classic Oriental, my apologies. It should be FLV Oriental.

Sweet Virginia tobacco spiked with some peppery perique.

My original intention here was to just create perique, and I think I got pretty close to that, but then I realized that there’s a reason people don’t really smoke perique all by itself- it’s pretty intense.

There’s a somewhat fermented dark fruit taste with a peppery kick. For the dark fruit, I put a little splash of INW Dark for Pipe. To get a little bit of that fermented taste, FA Liquid Amber just seemed to make sense. To get a little bit of spicy, peppery kick, I’ve got INW Black for Pipe, FLV Kentucky, and FA Black Pepper. The Kentucky also helps give a bit of depth and body.

VAPers are pretty popular blends, so I figured I’d toss in some sweet Virginias. To get some authentic tobacco leaf taste in there, I went with the INW Virginia Tobacco Absolute. To get things a little sweeter, I went with HS Virginia. I think FLV Virginia would also work pretty well here in place of the HS. They are pretty similar in taste, but the FLV might have a bit more bite to it.

Definitely required a nice, long steep. I tried this final version after about 10 days and prepared to go back to the drawing board. Got busy with other things and tried it after a month and it was perfect.

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Created this recipe for the October Monthly Clone Challenge on /r/diy_ejuice. I’ve since tried the real thing, and it is nothing like it! I still really enjoy this recipe, but I was mostly focused on the tobacco and spices part, whereas the real thing is much sweeter and leans more in to the dessert tobacco area in my opinion. So don’t mix this up expecting a clone! I’m working on a clone though, so maybe that’ll see the light of day in the future.

"The taste of an exotic port-of-call, Tripoli is a finely crafted blend of aged Turkish tobaccos, fig, almonds, and rare spices."

Having never tasted it, that description is pretty much what I had to go on. I did a little bit of research, but mostly just did my own thing with it. I made one version, but didn’t really like it so I started all over, and decided that I wanted to dig in to some of my neglected Hangsen tobaccos.

First, I decided to go with Elder Captain for the spice notes. Unrelated to this challenge, I picked it up not too long ago because there was a Hangsen sale at Nicotine River. Single flavor test reminded me a whole lot when I was messing around with clove and cardamom for some other recipes. Even at .5%, those spice notes are right on top.

For the fig, I went with HS Arabic. It’s got a bright fig like flavor on top of some sweet tobacco.

HS Turkish is one of the better Turkish flavors out there. I’m not really a fan of FLV Turkish (but the Oriental I’m really liking, but that’s a little off topic.) INW and FE/SC don’t really taste anything like Turkish tobacco to me. I got rid of TFA because it was gross. So yeah, HS Turkish for the win. On its own it is kind of lacking the spice notes that you get with real tobacco, but it does provide a nice tobacco base for you to add the spices to.

FA Almond and AP kind of blend in to the base here. Not super in your face. If you’re wanting a more nut forward and spice background mix, maybe drop the Elder Captain to .25% and bump the Almond up to 1.5-2%.

One thing to note about this is that HS tobaccos are super steepers. I dont really taste them much when fresh, but they start showing up around a week. When you see people talking about month long steeps for tobaccos, Hangsen is a good candidate for that. This current version I’ve only got steeped for 10 days, but it’s gotten really good. Since this was for October’s challenge, I figured it wouldn’t make much sense to give my final thoughts near Thanksgiving. If it ends up turning to shit after a month, I’ll come back with a warning.

Eggnog, gingerbread, and tobacco. Nothing better to get you ready for the holiday season.

INW Falcon Eye and HS Gingerbread together make a really nice gingerbread. The HS is a bit dry, but it works really well here.

FLV Eggnog is a really tasty eggnog flavor, but needs a bit of help in the eggy department, so INW Custard helps with that.

Black for Pipe adds a really nice smokiness and HS Elder Captain has some nice holiday spice notes.

Lovage root in there to help with how dry it ends up being. The Elder Captain and Gingerbread are fairly dry, and the Lovage helps with that.

This is mostly just a recipe to highlight what FLV Pucker does. The Kentucky has a nice, Robust Tobacco flavor, and the Classic Cigarette brings a bit of shag tobacco taste to me. Throw those two together, and you’ve got something interesting, but it’s missing a little something. This is the point where i would usually reach for the INW Dirty Neutral Base. But now there’s a new kid on the block. FLV Pucker isn’t going to give you that dirty ash taste, but it enhances those ashy notes in the Kentucky and Classic, and also adds a nice, full smoky exhale. The tart kick on the front of the exhale seems to amplify the taste of the Kentucky without altering it.

Pucker is some pretty cool stuff.

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A clone of the juice that got me in to DIY. Didn't realize I didn't have this on ATF. Just dripped a little that I made a little over 3 months ago, and it ages just as well as the real deal. If you've ever had Indigo's juices, you probably loved them. I know I do. This was like my holy grail for DIY, and it didn't come together until I got FE Hongtashan. From all the research I've done trying to clone this, Hongtashan was the missing link. Once I tested it, everything fell right in to place.

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A cigarette. Probably the closest I've gotten so far. It's funky, smoky, and dirty.

FLV Arabian- If you've struggled with this flavor like I have, make a 10% dilution and start playing with that at .5%. It's strong and funky, but once you find your comfort zone with it, it is a pretty interesting flavor to play with. It adds a musty, grassy, earthy taste. Not something you want in your face, but it's nice when hidden in the base.

FLV Classic Cigarette- FA Burley, but usable is how I like to describe it. Grassy notes, a bit of ash, and a pretty satisfying throat hit. It's strong as hell, and even at 1% it is going to be the star of your mix.

INW TA Cuban Cigar- one of my favorite additives to use in a cigarette mix. Taste wise it doesn't add a whole lot. There's a pleasant Tobacco Leaf taste, but I use it mostly to dry things up a bit. Never had a cigarette with really wet smoke, so I throw this in to give it a dry smoke feel.

INW DNB- no burning cigarette recipe is complete without it! At least in my opinion. Gimme all the dirty ash taste.

Adding 1% FA Polar Blast (or cooling agent of your choice) can turn this in to a nice Menthol cigarette. I've given some to someone that was struggling to give up Newports and he said it was crazy how accurate it was to a Newport. Hated menthols, so I can't say much about that. But if you liked menthols or you're trying to help someone quit menthols, give it a go!

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The Tobacco Base: FLV Arabian, INW TA Virginia, TFA Red Oak. Arabian tobacco has probably been the trickiest tobacco I've ever tried to use. It was dominating mixes for me at .1%. I never completely gave up on it though because it has something that I really like about it. It's incredibly earthy, musky, and a bit acrid. Very authentic tasting. Just so fucking strong. Perfect here at .12%. The Virginia is also very earthy, but more of a grassy/hay type of thing. Along with the TFA Red Oak, it really blends with the Arabian nicely to complete the base.

The Pumpkin Spice: this recipe was a request, and when it was first requested I hit up the googles to see what pumpkin spice was all about. Found an essential oils recipe to make a pumpkin spice scent, so I just went with that. Ginger, cinnamon, clove, Cardamom, and nutmeg. All things I was already playing with for what I had planned to be a Christmas recipe. I wanted to use some other tobacco flavors to make up as much of the pumpkin spice profile as I could. Why? Because why not? Cinnamon I went with FE Hongtashan. It's got a very distinct Cinnamon note to it. It's a warm and dark flavor, which is perfect for the season. INW Falcon Eye is for the ginger. When I first tested this flavor, ginger jumped out at me. Not much tobacco, but that's ok. I just use it as a ginger flavor. NBD. Nutmeg I went with FLV Eggnog. It's got a nice spice taste that isn't too strong on the eggy part, so I think it works well here to give me the nutmeg I needed, and also help the Hongtashan with the cinnamon. It doesn't push it too far in to winter flavor territory (or at least I hope not.) The clove and cardamom kind of speak for themselves i think. I originally picked them both up for an Arrakis clone, and I've been fiddling with them quite a bit the last month. Very easy for them to get a little out of control, so I keep 'em low.

Bourbon, a fine calogne, and an earthy tobacco room note. Just like you walked in to a congressman's office to do some shady shit.

This is an all artificial version of an NET mix I was working on a while back, but it just wasn't coming together. The problem was most likely that I was using RF SC Bourbon, but I eventually just moved on to other things. Got some of these FLV in, and decided to give it another go.

Red Burley and Kentucky Blend make a really nice combo here to create an earthy, smoky tobacco with a bit of ash.

Bourbon and Wood Spice top off that bold Tobacco with a bit of manliness. There's a bit of oak in the bourbon, which plays really well with the Wood Spice, which tastes the way I wish I smelled. The actual bourbon part is quite nice as well. I'm not really a bourbon drinker, but if I were, I'd want it to taste like this. It's a fancy bourbon. It's got body, and it's thick. It's more than just a bourbon flavor, it beefs everything up and makes it all feel full in the mouth.

Heat is here to give it a little punch. It's not real noticeable, but you'll be able to tell it's there. It's not quite enough to turn the bourbon in to Hot Damn, but it's enough to feel.

I recommend making 10% dilutions of Heat and Wood Spice since they are pretty strong. A drop too much in a 30 ml could turn this in to hot cologne. Stay safe out there.

I liked this quite a bit fresh, and it just gets better as it ages. Wood Spice is a bit strong at first, but it calms down after a couple days.

User: ChemicalBurnVictim Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Finally my minimum 3 week steep is over, and I can give a proper review. Two things I want to say first: 1. I used TFA Toasted Marshmallow in place of the Butter Cream. 2. I'm not a fan of vanilla in my tobaccos. With that being said, I am very excited about this recipe. It is definitely heavy on the vanilla custard, but the smokiness of the tobaccos balances it all out perfectly. There's a hint of that dark plum flavor from the Dark for Pipe popping up on the back end that is very nice. Right at the end of the exhale I get a lot of the Black for Pipe smokiness, and then a good portion of the exhale is a creamy custard until the Dark shows up. While this may not be as dirty as I like my tobaccos, it's definitely a nice break from what I'm used to. I may experiment with INW Custard instead of the CAP, but there really isn't a need to. It would be just for me to see how the INW compares. If you're really in to RY4s and dessert tobaccos, an you're curious about dipping your toes in the non dessert tobaccos, this would be a great transotional recipe. As a bonus, you'll add 3 great tobaccos to your arsenal.
User: ChemicalBurnVictim Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
I’ve only ever tried a couple coffee flavors, and I’ve only bought one coffee juice. Maybe it’s my limited experience in the coffee vape world, but to me this tasted a whole lot like the one coffee juice I bought (Indigo Five Bucks, if anyone is curious.) I can’t say that I get the Butter in Gold Ducat, but I really like what it’s doing with the Dark Bean here. It’s like a strong coffee with a sweet honey tobacco sweetness under it. Good way to start the morning. Also, I’ve done the Butter and coconut oil in coffee before. Ruined my day. Much better to vape it.
User: ChemicalBurnVictim Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Hope you don’t mind a copy/paste review because it’s late and I’m lazy. I just want to make sure I give it the 5 stars I said I would before I forget. By ebc88 Uh oh, Chemy likey. I can tell there’s some Gold Ducat in there, and I think we are kind of on the same page with that flavor. Couldn’t really get in to it very much until recently, but now I’m really starting to dig it. It seems like kind of a Bible Flavor- everyone has their own interpretation. I always got honey from it. Lately I’ve been getting a pretty nice smoky honey from it. Some get plum, some get coconut, some get butter. Right now, I’m just getting delicious. I’m going to peak at the recipe now just to see what I need to order to make it myself. That Marzipan and Hibiscus are going on the next order. Great choice on the tobaccos. I couldn’t think of anything that would go with the Hibiscus any better. Giving this one a 5 star. - reviewed for Mixers Club
User: ChemicalBurnVictim Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Tütün Right from the start I knew it would be impossible for this to be a bad recipe. I have two rules in life: never wear black without the Blue, and never mix Gold (Ducat) without the Gold (for Pipe.) You had mentioned that after a couple weeks the flavors started to lose their kick, but I’m still tasting the Golds pretty well. I do, however, agree that maybe some tweaks to percentages could be beneficial. The INW Oriental I don’t think is quite strong enough to use at .75% and still come through the Gold combo. I also wouldn’t be too shy with the Tobacco Absolute Oriental. I think those two INW Orientals are pretty similar in flavor, so maybe just using one, and then maybe some FLV Turkish might help break through the Golden Gate. Naturally, I would choose to keep the Tobacco Absolute in there because I like a good kick of authentic tobacco in my recipes, but I’d maybe even be bold enough to try out 1.5%, and then add maybe .75% FLV Turkish to get some of those spice notes in there. But as it is, it’s still very good. After about 10-15 ml I started to taste some more of the spice, or at least get a little more action on the end of the exhale. I found myself wondering if it was the Orientals coming through, or just a bit of kick from the Gold Ducat. I’m still not 100% sure where I land on that, but I’m confident that a bit more Oriental wouldn’t be a bad thing. FLV Turkish might not be the answer either, but I think it would be good for at least a 10 ml test just to rule it out. I don’t think I’ve ever experimented with FLV Turkish with Gold Ducat, but it doesn’t seem like a horrible idea in my head. Either way, as it was mixed, I did not struggle finishing off the 30 ml. I’ll probably wait to mix up more to see if you decide to tweak anything, but if you decide that the way it is now is the way it should be, I’d definitely give it another mix.
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