Red Burley - FLV Flavour Notes

Red Burley

Tested @ 1% & 3%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “Red Burley is an heirloom tobacco that disappeared over a century ago because new varieties of the leaf grew faster and larger. This flavor tries to do justice to its roots (pun intended) with earthy and dark tobacco notes. There is a hint of some dry nuts and leather, some spice and medium ash. FLV Red Burley is an excellent tobacco flavor base for juice that is reminiscent of a simple time when things had substance and depth, and patience’s brought out new, and diverse renditions...This flavor is ready for standalone shake and vape, but will mature with mixing and vaping or other fruit, nut and tobacco notes. ”

SnV

1%- Dry, slightly hay like, not in a bad way, with a hint of oak and a little nuttiness (AP?) and a tobacco taste that I assume is the burley note.

3% - Same as 1% but stronger in taste

33 day steep

1% - No change

3% - No change

Suggested usage

I’d use this as a main 2%-3%, background 1%-2%, Accent 0.5%-1%. Standalone 3%-4%.

I’d use this with other Tobacco, Creams, Vanilla, caramel, Butterscotch, Nuts, Chocolate, Cigar casings and possibly FLV Wood Spice (v. Low).

Summary

This is a good Tobacco flavour and would make a great base for a Tobacco profile, this would also lend itself well to a Dessert tobacco profile, so creams, caramels, nuts and RY4. This isn’t quite a cigarette flavour it is more akin to a mild pipe tobacco or possibly a cigar type.

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 1%


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