- 0.02 KGS
Old Dekang fans would call this a 555: nutty, fairly sweet, brown tobacco. Hangsen fans will compare Glory to Hangsen Highway, and might recognize some tobacco notes like in Hangsen Indian or Arabic (just the sweet tobacco part; Glory is not spicy). Hangsen fans, if you try just one FA tobacco, this is the one to pick.
We market our concentrates for use in Food based products only if you use for any other purpose you do so at your own risk
Flavouring Uses - Very Strong
- Smoothies, diet shakes and protein drinks start at 3%
- Baking and frosting
- Breakfast, Oatmeal and Puddings
- Skinny Cocktails, Martinis, Margaritas and Mojitos
- Coffee, Tea, Espressos and Lattes
- Italian Sodas and Flavored Water
- Desserts, Sherbets and Shave Ice
- Tobacco Flavours add smoky and barbeque flavour ro sauces and bases
If you love roasted peanuts flavoured tobac then this is for you. Some say the nuts go away with lower % but nuts were there for me from 1.5% to 3% and after that i gave up. Not my chioce, way too nutty but if you like them then this'll float your boat. For me it sunk it.
First tobacco I have tried very nice at 10% has a very nutty flavour with a woody note again very nice
If RY4 is too sweet for you try this
Not as over sweet like RY4 can be
Definitively one of the most interesting flavorings I've ever had and I have many. I'd say somewhere between Hangsen RY4 and Dekang RY4 with a twist. The flavor seem to slightly bring up various different notes from time to time as you vape. Percentage makes big difference also. Sweet, nutty etc. I mixed 1%, in 70/30 PG VG. Was good but not complete. Than I added 1drop of white vinegar per 10ml. That did it, gave it the body it needed without changing the flavor. Needs at least 4 days steep. Try the vinegar if you think something is missing.
Flavour World Special Products