Connecticut Shade - FLV Flavour Notes

Connecticut Shade

Tested @ 1% & 0.5%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w

Manufacturer’s description – “The Yankee’s tobacco grows north of long island in the shad of Connecticut. With spice, chocolate, caramel and tobacco, this flavor is a good tobacco for RY4 or other non-commercial cig type flavors that call for no ash or musty wet dog notes. The sweet caramel notes can be a great base for cigarillo or spiced Cavendish pipe tobacco, alternatively this flavor can give depth to a bakery recipe where you want to add some comforting nicotiana to soft white smoke rings.”

SnV

1% - Alcohol note followed by a strong woody tobacco with some other indeterminate flavours in the background, this needs a longer steep

0.5% - same as 1%

7 day steep

1% - Increase in strength, his has a very slight antiseptic like taste to it at the end of the vape.

0.5% - same as 1%

14 day steep

1%- No change

0.5% - same as 1%

21 day steep

No change

27 day steep

No change. Remixed lower.

33 day steep

0.5% - No change

1% - No change

Suggested usage

Unfortunately, this flavour isn’t suited to my palate as I am getting very heavy Antiseptic like off notes from this, so I am unable to suggest usage % or uses for this

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 1%


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

Tags