The Back Notes by Tootall
Tootall used FLV Connecticut Shade as a cigar leaf wrap flavor and Red Burley and Oriental Tobacco as the cigar filler flavor for this wonderful all FLV ejuice recipe. In addition, he took the natural back notes (hence the name) in those tobacco flavors and accented them with Biscotti, Butterscotch, Caramel, Milk & Honey, and Mocha. Tootall describes this mix as tasting like a honey backwoods cigar. Furthermore, he says that the accent ingredients in no way over power the tobaccos at any time, making this a tobacco vape through and through. You can view the original recipe posting and notes at the following site:
All The Flavors
|Connecticut Shade (Flavorah)||0.25|
|Milk & Honey (Flavorah)||1.00|
|Oriental Tobacco (Flavorah)||1.00|
|Red Burley (Flavorah)||2.00|
Steep Days: 10 days (“it seems like everyday a different back note comes out to play”)
Best VG: 75%
Notes from the Mixer:
This is my attempt at making a cigar with lots of interesting back notes. Everyday it steeps it seems like a different back note comes out to play. You get a little caramel, butterscotch, honey, and even a little mocha/coffee all while vaping a cigar type flavor. I just accented all the back notes i already tasted in the tobacco flavors and I really like what it created. I enjoy this after a 10 day steep it seems like everyday a different back note comes out to play making this a very interesting tobacco mix. This is my first tobacco flavor I have released to the community and would really love to here what you all think in the reviews…
I used Connecticut shade as my cigar leaf wrap and the mixture of red burley and oriental tobacco as my cigar filler.
I then used all the rest of the flavors purely to help bring out the back notes in the tobaccos. I feel like this tastes just like a honey backwoods cigar. In no way do any of these other ingredients over power the tobaccos at any time. This is a tobacco through and through with some delicious back notes.
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