@Viper_SA's thread here is getting very long and encompasses all categories of juices. As was suggested let us slowly start threads for each category of juice (fruit, beverage, tobacco, dessert, bakery, menthol/mint and breakfast). I shall start tobacco. Feel free to take responsibility for any of the other categories. Please only post DIY Tobacco recipes that you have mixed, steeped/cured and tasted and like. If you sourced (including adaptions) the recipe from somewhere else, please provide a link to your source if available. Kindly include a short description for the Index if not apparent from the name. Do not forget the brand names of the concentrates used. Feel free to repost your favourite Tobacco recipes from the thread mentioned above. TFA or TPA = The Flavor (Perfumer's) Apprentice CAP = Capella FA = FlavourArt FW = Flavor West LA = LorAnn FLV = Flavorah INW = Inawera NF = NaturesFlavors CLY = Clyrolinx JF = Jungle Flavors RF = Real Flavours Loc = Loco Flavours MB = Molinberry OOO = One on One Flavours PUR = Purilum HS = Hangsen FE = Flavorsexpress MF = Medicine Flower TFM = The Flavour Mill LB = Liquid Barn WF = Wonder Flavours DIYFS or DFS = DIY Flavor Shack INDEX: INW Gold Ducat single flavour with some options here, here and here. (@method1, @Andre, @rogue zombie) A mild and creamy cigar with 3 FA tobaccos here. (@Andre) Bold, black tobacco with FA Perique Black and FA Dark Vapure here. (@Andre) A light, mild tobacco with a touch of mint & menthol with INW Morning Rain here. (@method1) In your face tobacco (Gitanes) verging on cigar with FA Burley and TFA Western here. (@Patrick) The ultimate RY4 with TFA RY4 Double here. (@rogue zombie) Smooth and light with TFA RY4 Double and some CLY concentrates here. (@GregF) DaVinci, a dark pipe tobacco with a smoky finish and dark chocolate aftertaste. A creation by @rogue zombie Light brown tobacco with Cardamom top notes here. (@Andre) Black Gold, dark pipe tobacco with slight fruity notes by @Viper_SA. Sweetish and mellow tobacco. Clone of Ahlusion's The Godfather. (@Petrus) Gold Plums - light, creamy golden tobacco with slight fruit nuances by @Viper_SA. Halo Tribeca clone (RY4 with nutty type). (@Huffapuff) Cherry tobacco. Light tobacco with fresh cherry, but this (No 29 below) one is preferred if you do not like Black Cherry. (@Andre) Bohannon's Boots (V2 at 43 below), a brownish tobacco with bitter sweet fruits And Durandt's Treachery (V2 at 45 below), a dark and sinister tobacco, by @Viper_SA A great cigarette replacement here. (@GregF) Cathouse Nipple - a light, mild and creamy tobacco with subtle fruit hints by @Viper_SA. Caramel Glory, a sweet Caramel with more than usual tobacco intensity. (@Huffapuff) Cuban Dark. Cigar, strong but not overly so. (@GregF) Wyatt Earp, a mild, toasted cigarette like tobacco with hints of almond by @Viper_SA. Doc Holiday, a very light and sophisticated tobacco with a sweet edge by @Viper_SA. Billy the Kid, Western type of tobacco with nuances of dark Latakias by @Viper_SA. Camel and Camel Lights, without the ashtray taste. (@Andre) Grandpa's Pear, light and mild tobacco with great pear notes by @Viper_SA. Just Turkish, spicy and aromatic. (@Andre) Paradise Plum, bright, lightly and smoky sweet with smooth tart plum edginess and spicy notes. (@Andre) 7 Guns, a little sweet with smoky undertone tobacco by @Viper_SA. Connoisseur's Cigar, a full on cigar. (@Andre) Ultimate Cherry Tobacco, light and airy. (@Andre) CG Brown Remix. A mildly sweet, bold brown tobacco with a warm, dense and buttery vape. A lingering caramel exhale with nutty notes. (@Huffapuff) English Blend. (@Andre) Coconut Cowboy, coconut tobacco with a little butterscotch sweet, a little nutty and a little ashy, using some CLY concentrates. (@GregF) Deutsch Ducat, balanced chocolate and coconut notes. High reward after a long steep. (@Patrick) Castro, very dry and true cigar. (@GregF) FA Glory, a great standalone flavour - a nutty, mid-sweet, brown tobacco. Moist and dense. (@Andre, @Huffapuff and @NewOobY) Durandt's Treachery, a dark, almost musty and bitter pipe tobacco. Reported by @GregF Cuban Heel, a tobacco lime party of note. (@Andre) Smoking Snake, "one hell of a RY4 tobacco" with pear. (@Petrus) Dawn Spirit, a lightly mentholated tobacco. (@Andre) FA 7 Leaves, a light and bright tobacco. (@Andre) Glory Swirl, nutty vanilla tobacco by @Greyz. Bitter Sweet Moments, limey and acidy tobacco offset by cherry. An @incredible_hullk concoction. Bohannon's Boots (dark & spicy flue cured tobacco) and Black Valentine (chocolate and coffee tobacco) by @Viper_SA. Bohannon's Bride (dark tobacco with sweet fruits) and Cat-house Nipples (light golden tobacco with suble fruit and sweet nuances) by @Viper_SA. Durandt's Treachery (dark and sinister tobacco) by @Viper_SA. Marlboro Light (@GregF) Hell's Teeth, dark and bold tobacco with hazelnut dominant on the inhale. (@GregF) Tabacorium, smooth, slightly sweet and nutty. (@GregF) Cpt. Jack Sparrow, full-bodied and mellow tobacco with a hint of sweet and dark, bitterish chocolate note. A @Viper_SA creation. Long John Silver, a sweetish tobacco with rum and smoked plum notes, balanced by a dry compliment of Cuban Cigar. A @Viper_SA concoction. Blackbeard, heavy, dark on the dry side tobacco - smoky and slightly bitter, as concocted by @Viper_SA. Athos - plain, rolled cigarette tobacco taste by @Viper_SA. Aramis - pear-ish tobacco for after dinner drinks by @Viper_SA. D'Artagnan - a dark, dry and smoky pipe tobacco presented by @Viper_SA. Porthos - a dark, smoky tobacco with brandy and "Camel-like" notes from @Viper_SA. Copperhead Road, a smooth Bourbon tobacco concocted by @Raindance. Apple-Bacco, warm and smokey, with delicious hints of apple and caramel. (@Huffapuff) Caramel Apple 'Bacco. (@RichJB) Flavorah Kentucky Blend, a toasted dark brown pipe tobacco - @Andre. Amkara - dry, bitter and spicy tobacco for a change of pace, by @GregF. Apple Bac by @GregF. Pear-i-licious, creamy caramel pear kicked on by tobacco. From @incredible_hullk's recipe collection. Smooth Famous Tobacco, think of a Magnum Hazelnut Ice Cream with tobacco notes. (@Petrus) Dark Chocolate Cream, a dark chocolate, cream with a hint of vanilla, mile pipe tobacco. Presented by @hands. Winston Lights. (@William Vermaak) Real Stinkies. (@GregF) Perique Pipe. (@GregF) Old Habits, a real cigarette taste, distinctive Latakia. (@GregF) Salted CCC Pipe, lightly salted creamy caramel complemented by a sweet pipe tobacco taste. A @GregF creation. Picasso V 3451, tobacco with some spicy and chocolate notes. Created by @rogue zombie. Van Gogh, a mild tobacco with a baker's kiss. Sweat and toil of @rogue zombie. Ole Paps Spiked Peach Tobacco, tobacco with refreshing peach for a change of pace. (@GregF) Greg's R&M, perfect Rum and Maple Tobacco. Created by @GregF. Also see this thread. Cigarette Smoke Tobacco Ultimate - stronger and more complicated cigarette replacement with a bit more spice. Reported by @GregF. Black Blade - strong, harsh, deep and dark, a kicker. (GregF). The Kretek Cure - an awesome clove tobacco vape. (@Andre) Fidel's Private Stock - a smooth Cubano cigar with a touch of sweet almond. (@GregF) Du Pear - a delicious and subtle pear flavored tobacco. Created by @Rude Rudi. Artic Queen - a true kool (cold) cigarette tobacco juice. (@GregF) Creamy Cuban - as the title says. (@GregF) Cherry Almond Cigar - very light cherry, vaguely nutty, lightly wooded cigar. (@GregF). Eclipse, an aromatic tobacco sweetened with cream and amaretto with some hazelnut nuttiness. A remix of Space Jam Eclipse. (@incredible_hullk). Pablo, chocolate RY4 with a hint of hazelnut and a cuban twist. Proudly created by @Dubz. BBC (Bacco Bakery Cream). Mild and moist tobacco with subtle bakery notes finished off with thick vanilla cream. Created in umGungundlovu by @Faheem777. Khanjar. An exotic turkish, citrus & mint tobacco. From the famous mixologist @method1. FA Soho @ 12%. Everything you love about Ry4 only better. Suggested by @SthrnMixer, tested by @Andre. Paul's Ry4, a forum favourite Ry4. Created by @Paul33. Holy Holy Custard, a velvety vanilla custard blended with rich caramel and touch of tobacco. By @Rude Rudi.