Cured Tobacco - FLV Flavour Notes

Cured Tobacco

Tested @ 1.4% & 3%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “Strong tobacco notes with an ashy commercial ring to it that will be familiar to any vaper who is trying to quit the stuff. Musty, vegetable flavor can be used at very low concentrations in a recipe (<1%) and still do its job to accent other flavors. It is a standard starting point for a tobacco inspired eliquid.”

SnV

1.4%- Light tobacco with a slightly smoky taste and what may be slight fruit hints

3%- Stronger in strength but the same profile, this needs a steep

7 day steep

1.4% - No change

3% - No change

14 day steep

1.4% - Increase in strength. Slightly woody & smoky tobacco, this also has a slight fruit like sweetness and taste at the end of the vape

3% - Stronger version of 1.4%, the woodiness has increased with a slight smokiness. The fruit like taste is still present but comes across more as a lingering taste and mouthfeel after vaping.

21 day steep

1.4% - No change

3% - No change

25 day steep

1.4% - No change

3% - No change

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main 1%-2%, Background/Accent 0.25%-1%. Standalone 2%-3%

I’d use with Fruits, creams, Nuts, vanilla, Chocolate, Tobaccos, Spices and possibly Custards and Caramels.

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Summary

This is a good tobacco, while to me this isn’t a straight tobacco due to the fruit like taste I get I wouldn’t class this as a dessert tobacco either, this is woody with a slightly smoky taste with dark berry like notes and some sweetness

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 1%


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