Wood Spice - FLV Flavour Notes

Wood Spice

Tested @ 0.7%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “It’s hard to describe the masculine sandal wood notes of cologne in terms of e-juice. This is the Ron Burgundy flavor; it has notes of leather bound books and rich mahogany. FLV Wood Spice is special and discrete, like a late night rendez vous. It mixes well with a very select few, just like a spy sitting against the wall, waiting for his contact to reveal herself. Not everyone can mix with wood spice, but if you can you might have the ghost of Ian Fleming channeled through your clouds. Use in tobacco recipes for notes of cedar humidor and spice.”

SnV

This has a strong sandalwood taste followed by hints of leather, this is quite perfume like at this %.

7 day steep

No change

14 day steep

No change

33 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use this as a main 0.25%-0.5%, Background/Accent 0.1%-0.25%. Standalone 0.5%-1%

I’d use this with Tobacco, Alcohol, Teas and Vanilla.

Summary

This is a strong flavour so start low and work up. I would primarily use for this as an accent flavour to tobaccos to add a hint of sandalwood and leather.

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 0.5%


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