Western Tobacco - Molinberry Flavour Notes

Western Tobacco

*This flavour was provided by Chefs Flavours

Tested @6%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a R200 with a Bonza 0.14-ohm dual coil Flaptons.

Manufacturers Description “Blond tobacco, sweet & dry taste of caramelized anise.”

SnV

Light, dry woody tobacco possible hints of oak and anise, like a cigarette tobacco with a low ash

7 Day steep

No change

14 Day Steep

No change

58 Day Steep

Slight increase in strength

Suggested Usage

I’d use this 2%-3% as an accent, 3%-4% as a background flavour, 4%-6% as the main flavour

If you wanted this as a standalone flavour, I suggest 4.5%-7%

I’d use with Tobacco, Vanilla, Bourbon, Dark Fruit, Caramels

Summary

To me this is similar to a cigarette tobacco, this is dry and woody with possible hints of Oak and Anise, there is a low ash and a hint of caramel.

This will predominantly suit a cigarette type mix, although starting off as a light flavour this does increase in strength during a steep

Molinberry Recommended usage: - 6%-8%  


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