A recipe derived from Fear's Abuela.I really liked the idea of a fruity tobacco,so i used Fear's idea as a starting point,but i used a couple of different ingredients,mostly because i really don't like FLV's Connecticut shade and Virginia.This one is creamier than the original and needs a couple of days steeping.After a week mango settles down and tobacco with cream comes forward
A semi tobacco mix.I used the HS's RY4 as a base for the tobacco,because it is still the best RY4.Kentucky blend gives a good kick in the tobacco taste,even at such low %.Oriental tobacco adds a nutty and spicy taste.Creams were added for their caramel-sugary characteristics and to add volume to the mix.Butterscotch and Scorched Caramel are that little something,to add a distinguished finish
Although caramel and cream seem to be on the top of the mix,they are not,the mix does keep all the tobacco properties and it is very balanced when it comes to sweetness.It steeps really fast,in 2 days it is very vapable and tasty,but it gets smoother after a week
This is a straight forward tobacco blend,more like a pipe tobacco than a cigarette.Spicy,woodsy,slightly fruity with an alcohol hint,It is pretty much a perique blend without using a perique flavour.For tobacco lovers only.This was tested only in restricted dl in a Hadaly during the first tests and in a couple of mtl rta's,in which i reccomend you should vape this mix
It needs at least one week steeping time
A creamy swirl mix,combining pineapple,papaya,mango and peaches.Based on an actual yogurt swirl with fruits i had tasted.
I find this mix quite balanced,nothing is overpowering and i believe that even people who are not that into fruit recipes,will enjoy it
Las Almas Libres siempre hablan el mismo idioma..