The Hinterlander eJuice Recipe Idea

the hinterlander ejuice recipe idea

The Hinterlander by HocusKrokus (Kopel)

HocusKrokus (aka Kopel) does a great job breaking this recipe down for us with flavor notes on each flavor and everything. This one is all Flavorah flavorings (which we love), and includes our June Flavor of the Month, Red Burley, described as “the undisputed king of tobaccos” in this wonderful ejuice recipe idea. Many people struggle with mixing tobaccos, but don’t fret, Flavorah and the rest of our vaping community is here to help. You can view the original recipe posting and notes at the following site:
All The Flavors

Ingredient %
Cured Tobacco (Flavorah)  1.75
Lovage Root (Flavorah) 0.25
Native Tobacco (Flavorah) 1.25
Red Burley (Flavorah) 2.75
Wood Spice (Flavorah) 0.50
Total Flavoring 6.50

Steep Days: 5+
Best VG: 70%

Flavor Notes from the Mixer:

A tobacco to fill the manliest of cravings for a smoke after a hard day’s work. The combination of FLV Red Burley and FLV Cured is a tried and true pairing for a smooth and straight forward tobacco flavor.

FLV Red Burley: A thick, woody tobacco with nutty undertones and a full body. This sits right in front, and makes the base for the rest of the tobaccos to rest on. At 2.75% there’s no mistaking this flavor as the undisputed king of tobaccos.

FLV Cured Tobacco: Sweeter than Red Burly, with hints of pecan and cedar, this fills the few gaps in Red Burley. This adds some nice layers of nut and woody tones to the FLV Red Burley Base.

FLV Native Tobacco: The spicy sweet cousin to FLV Kentucky Blend, this is becoming one of my favorite tobaccos to work with. It has a sharp spice note on the front end, similar to a cracked vanilla bean, with a lightly honeyed finish. Very aromatic. A bit of tobacco leather body to finish up the bold tobacco profile.

Additives:

FLV Lovage Root: This is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. On it’s own, it’s very damp and vegetal, and not all together very pleasant. When used in conjunction with these fine tobaccos however, it’s properties align the stars to add a sweet moisture to your tobacco blends. This transforms everything to feel more like still fresh, not fully dried pipe tobacco. Adds a light, barely perceptible additional sweetness. This additional moisture addition also allows you to take your tobacco % a little higher than you would traditionally, as it smooths over any unwanted dry notes that are typical when using tobaccos at very high percentages.

FLV Wood Spice: This adds a fresh cedar finish to our final mix, boosting the woody notes already in the mix into the stratosphere. Surprisingly smooth, I get hints of oak and cedar throughout the vape.

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