Prapple Baco by Fear
In this all Flavorah ejuice recipe idea, Fear plays off the inherent nutty tones in our June Flavor of the Month, Red Burley, by pairing it with FLV Praline. That pairing alongside Toffee, Granny Smith, Sweet Cigarette, and Turkish Tobacco makes this a sweet, nutty tobacco profile. In addition, Fear does a great job walking you through his mixing process based on flavor notes. You can view the original recipe posting and notes at the following site:
All The Flavors
|Granny Smith (Flavorah)||1.00|
|Red Burley (Flavorah)||1.60|
|Sweet Cigarette (Flavorah)||0.80|
|Turkish Tobacco (Flavorah)||1.00|
Steep Days: Shake’n’Vape or 5 days
Best VG: 60%
Flavor Notes from the Mixer:
Aight, so here we go again. Yet another FLV Tobacco recipe.
TLDR: Tobacco, Apple Praline
I originally started this one with vanilla toffee in mind playing off the sweetness of FLV Sweet Cigarette as a base. There are just so many good RY4-ish tobaccos out there without adding another that does not truly stand apart. I also really wanted to use my BAE Red Burley in here and started thinking of playing off of it’s inherent nutty tones using FLV Praline to bolster them a bit. I used Granny Smith in this profile to keep the recipe grounded outside of RY4 territory by giving it some fruit tones and a different sweet edge. I needed some ash here but not the Kentucky Blend “crutch” ash I have been using and thought the FLV Turkish played nicely here in that it brings a bit more complexity in the tobacco profile while adding a little bit of ash.
P.S. One iteration of this took me down a very rich dessert praline tobacco trail, it is still in the works and will be coming out eventually. #staytuned 😉
Steeping Disclaimers: I really like FLV Tobaccos fresh, not that they fade away but on the Shake and Vape they have a very strong, rich and sometimes almost overwhelming presence that I enjoy. This one really comes together about day 5
VG Disclaimer, Yes, I still think tobaccos benefit more from 50%-60% VG, but do as you please, it is nice at 70% VG as well.
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