- 0.02 KGS
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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 smokey and barbeque flavour ro sauces and bases
Reminds me of Tradewinds or Shelleys - I have been making my own mixtures for so long I can't remember which of the two it reminds me of - but - it is now part of my list of go to flavours.
I can't put my finger on the exact flavour but suffice to say it has become a staple ingredient as part of my tobacco recipes. It seems to give a deep richness to the overall taste.
Without a doubt one of the best tobacco flavours I've tried, possibly even the best. I can't really describe the flavour notes but it's light and just right as an easy ADV tobacco. I made it straight up at 10% 60/40 vg-pg 8mg nic, vaping all day on my ELeaf Ijust 2 with a 0.3 ohm coil, perfect throat hit without any harshness whatsoever. It is beautifully clear at 10% and I could even be tempted to increase the percentage of flavour a tad more to say 12-15% just to see how good this can get. Only steeped just over one week and already it's that good. This will be a long term one for my faves forsure. I highly recommend it.
Superb flavor with a lots of bready mouthful flavor. I don't really taste any Tobacco but some interpret this bready flavor as tobacco. Been searching for this for type of flavor for years. I use 2% for Kayfun, 1 month steep.
I love this flavour so much, as a stand-alone , as a primary or secondary flavour. This is a vanilla tobacco flavour. I mixed it at 5%. Before fully steeped, this tastes like a woody vanilla tobacco. This fades to the back as time passes, the tobacco comes more to the front. It is earthy but smooth and warm with some woody backnotes on the exhale. You can add this to fruit or creams to get a really unique velvety tobacco note. If you have never played with tobacco flavours before I would highly recommend grabbing Soho to start off with.