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  1. Andre

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    @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.
    1. Please only post DIY Tobacco recipes that you have mixed, steeped/cured and tasted and like.
    2. If you sourced (including adaptions) the recipe from somewhere else, please provide a link to your source if available.
    3. 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

    INDEX:
    1. INW Gold Ducat single flavour with some options here, here and here. (@method1, @Andre, @rogue zombie)
    2. A mild and creamy cigar with 3 FA tobaccos here. (@Andre)
    3. Bold, black tobacco with FA Perique Black and FA Dark Vapure here. (@Andre)
    4. A light, mild tobacco with a touch of mint & menthol with INW Morning Rain here. (@method1)
    5. In your face tobacco (Gitanes) verging on cigar with FA Burley and TFA Western here. (@Patrick)
    6. The ultimate RY4 with TFA RY4 Double here. (@rogue zombie)
    7. Smooth and light with TFA RY4 Double and some CLY concentrates here. (@GregF)
    8. DaVinci, a dark pipe tobacco with a smoky finish and dark chocolate aftertaste. A creation by @rogue zombie
    9. Light brown tobacco with Cardamom top notes here. (@Andre)
    10. Black Gold, dark pipe tobacco with slight fruity notes by @Viper_SA.
    11. Sweetish and mellow tobacco. Clone of Ahlusion's The Godfather. (@Petrus)
    12. Gold Plums - light, creamy golden tobacco with slight fruit nuances by @Viper_SA.
    13. Halo Tribeca clone (RY4 with nutty type). (@Huffapuff)
    14. Cherry tobacco. Light tobacco with fresh cherry, but this (No 20 below) one is preferred if you do not like Black Cherry. (@Andre)
    15. 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
    16. A great cigarette replacement here. (@GregF)
    17. Cathouse Nipple - a light, mild and creamy tobacco with subtle fruit hints by @Viper_SA.
    18. Caramel Glory, a sweet Caramel with more than usual tobacco intensity. (@Huffapuff)
    19. Cuban Dark. Cigar, strong but not overly so. (@GregF)
    20. Wyatt Earp, a mild, toasted cigarette like tobacco with hints of almond by @Viper_SA.
    21. Doc Holiday, a very light and sophisticated tobacco with a sweet edge by @Viper_SA.
    22. Billy the Kid, Western type of tobacco with nuances of dark Latakias by @Viper_SA.
    23. Camel and Camel Lights, without the ashtray taste. (@Andre)
    24. Grandpa's Pear, light and mild tobacco with great pear notes by @Viper_SA.
    25. Just Turkish, spicy and aromatic. (@Andre)
    26. Paradise Plum, bright, lightly and smoky sweet with smooth tart plum edginess and spicy notes. (@Andre)
    27. 7 Guns, a little sweet with smoky undertone tobacco by @Viper_SA.
    28. Connoisseur's Cigar, a full on cigar. (@Andre)
    29. Ultimate Cherry Tobacco, light and airy. (@Andre)
    30. CG Brown Remix. A mildly sweet, bold brown tobacco with a warm, dense and buttery vape. A lingering caramel exhale with nutty notes. (@Huffapuff)
    31. English Blend. (@Andre)
    32. Coconut Cowboy, coconut tobacco with a little butterscotch sweet, a little nutty and a little ashy, using some CLY concentrates. (@GregF)
    33. Deutsch Ducat, balanced chocolate and coconut notes. High reward after a long steep. (@Patrick)
    34. Castro, very dry and true cigar. (@GregF)
    35. FA Glory, a great standalone flavour - a nutty, mid-sweet, brown tobacco. Moist and dense. (@Andre, @Huffapuff and @NewOobY)
    36. Durandt's Treachery, a dark, almost musty and bitter pipe tobacco. Reported by @GregF
    37. Cuban Heel, a tobacco lime party of note. (@Andre)
    38. Smoking Snake, "one hell of a RY4 tobacco" with pear. (@Petrus)
    39. Dawn Spirit, a lightly mentholated tobacco. (@Andre)
    40. FA 7 Leaves, a light and bright tobacco. (@Andre)
    41. Glory Swirl, nutty vanilla tobacco by @Greyz.
    42. Bitter Sweet Moments, limey and acidy tobacco offset by cherry. An @incredible_hullk concoction.
    43. Bohannon's Boots (dark & spicy flue cured tobacco) and Black Valentine (chocolate and coffee tobacco) by @Viper_SA.
    44. Bohannon's Bride (dark tobacco with sweet fruits) and Cat-house Nipples (light golden tobacco with suble fruit and sweet nuances) by @Viper_SA.
    45. Durandt's Treachery (dark and sinister tobacco) by @Viper_SA.
    46. Marlboro Light (@GregF)
    47. Hell's Teeth, dark and bold tobacco with hazelnut dominant on the inhale. (@GregF)
    48. Tabacorium, smooth, slightly sweet and nutty. (@GregF)
    49. Cpt. Jack Sparrow, full-bodied and mellow tobacco with a hint of sweet and dark, bitterish chocolate note. A @Viper_SA creation.
    50. Long John Silver, a sweetish tobacco with rum and smoked plum notes, balanced by a dry compliment of Cuban Cigar. A @Viper_SA concoction.
    51. Blackbeard, heavy, dark on the dry side tobacco - smoky and slightly bitter, as concocted by @Viper_SA.
    52. Athos - plain, rolled cigarette tobacco taste by @Viper_SA.
    53. Aramis - pear-ish tobacco for after dinner drinks by @Viper_SA.
    54. D'Artagnan - a dark, dry and smoky pipe tobacco presented by @Viper_SA.
    55. Porthos - a dark, smoky tobacco with brandy and "Camel-like" notes from @Viper_SA.
    56. Copperhead Road, a smooth Bourbon tobacco concocted by @Raindance.
    57. Apple-Bacco, warm and smokey, with delicious hints of apple and caramel. (@Huffapuff)
    58. Caramel Apple 'Bacco. (@RichJB)
    59. Flavorah Kentucky Blend, a toasted dark brown pipe tobacco - @Andre.
    60. Amkara - dry, bitter and spicy tobacco for a change of pace, by @GregF.
    61. Apple Bac by @GregF.
    62. Pear-i-licious, creamy caramel pear kicked on by tobacco. From @incredible_hullk's recipe collection.
    63. Smooth Famous Tobacco, think of a Magnum Hazelnut Ice Cream with tobacco notes. (@Petrus)
    64. Dark Chocolate Cream, a dark chocolate, cream with a hint of vanilla, mile pipe tobacco. Presented by @hands.
    65. Winston Lights. (@William Vermaak)
    66. Real Stinkies. (@GregF)
    67. Perique Pipe. (@GregF)
    68. Old Habits, a real cigarette taste, distinctive Latakia. (@GregF)
    69. Salted CCC Pipe, lightly salted creamy caramel complemented by a sweet pipe tobacco taste. A @GregF creation.
    70. Picasso V 3451, tobacco with some spicy and chocolate notes. Created by @rogue zombie.
    71. Van Gogh, a mild tobacco with a baker's kiss. Sweat and toil of @rogue zombie.
    72. Ole Paps Spiked Peach Tobacco, tobacco with refreshing peach for a change of pace. (@GregF)
    73. Greg's R&M, perfect Rum and Maple Tobacco. Created by @GregF. Also see this thread.
    74. Cigarette Smoke Tobacco Ultimate - stronger and more complicated cigarette replacement with a bit more spice. Reported by @GregF.
    75. Black Blade - strong, harsh, deep and dark, a kicker. (GregF).
     
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    This is such a good idea interested to see all the other recipes for desserts, fruits etc

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    Ah, thank you. Saw a similar recipe here, but using TFA Vanilla Swirl in stead of Shisha Vanilla. Certainly on my to mix list now that we have INW Gold Ducat available locally from @YeOldeOke here. And they stock the INW Cherry.
     
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    I like INW Gold Ducat at 3%.

    That's my submission for now as I am still tweaking a few.


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    Ooh looks nice.. 0.6 cherry though.. living dangerously! :p
     
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    My DIY Tobacco Journey started off at a most successful sprint with HIC's Bora Bora White, which I reported on here.

    The next two, which I mixed and have tasted, are not worth reporting on, unfortunately.

    It was with trepidation that I decided to mix Frogs Perique & Dark Vapour Tobacco recipe as some say FA Perique and FA Dark Vapure are extremely harsh and unvapeable, even at 1.0 %. And this recipe has it at higher percentages.

    Mixed it on 2 June 2016 and had my first taste this evening, 27 June 2016. Thus, just more than three weeks of steeping/curing.

    I am more than pleasantly surprised. For sure a very bold tobacco, but not harsh at all - maybe the work of FA MTS Vape Wizard. Black tobacco - strong, dark and somewhat biting, but also creamy, earthy and smoky with some cocoa notes. Probably not an all day vape, but only for those special occasions. I shall certainly have it in my arsenal.
    EDIT on 30 June 2016: Being vaping this all week. Getting smoother and mellower every day. An ADV for sure.

    Here is the recipe:

    Perique Vapure
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    EDIT: Nowadays I add 0.5 % FA Black Fire and just 0.5 % FA MTS Vape Wizard.
     
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    @Andre I love Perique Black and Dark Vapure. Thanks for this. I'll probably chuck some Black Smoke in it as well, just for good measure. A flavor I think will be well worth having is FW Ankara tobacco. Really love the smell of it. Also very "spicy/herby"
     
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    Wow. So maybe something like El Torro Cigarello? That stuff kicked my ass, but I loved it with a Whisky or similar.

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    Some similarities, but this one is a bit sweeter, more aromatic and bolder! Perfect with a Whiskey or similar.
     
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    Thank you. Looks very interesting. Now we need to get a vendor to stock INW Morning Rain. Glad tobacco will be getting some attention in the local juice market.
     
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    Funny thing @Andre , @rogue zombie , I always found Dark Vapure and Perique Blwck to remind me more of a dark european pipe tobacco, not cigar, but then again, only cigars I've ever had were King Edward and Ritmeester Moods, lol. Hate cherry cigars with a passion. Smells good when someone else smokes them, but I cant stand the taste. FA Latakia is also a nice tobacco for me. Glory is way different, but I still enjoy it. Totally opposite in the spectrum. More like a refined 555 or DK from TFA. Also like 7 Leaves. Shade and Storm, not my favorites. Virginia I find very sweet and not like I'd hoped. I see INW almost has a counter part for every FA tobacco. FW Coumarin pipe, skip. Way too weak for my taste. I like smoky, peaty single malts that most of my friends hate, like Lagavullin and Lophraig.
     
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    Marvellous winner winner thread @Andre
    Am watching this with much interest
    Thank you
     
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    The only tobacco's I do are non commercial NET's that are home extracted. Too many of those store bought have a chemical aftertaste to me.

    Top of my NET's list are the Latakia pipe tobacco's that I mix the 100% VG extractions at 25%-50% with 100% VG depending on the tobacco used. You can start lower at 10%-15% and work up to your personal tastes though (I like them in-your-face).

    A couple worth trying if you get into extracting NET's (VG extractions done right requires around $300-$400 in equipment), or know someone who will extract them for you AND if you like the smoky, peppery, earthy, leathery flavor of Latakia in a lighter blend to start is Sutliff Voodoo Queen and Peter Stokkebye 17 English Luxury.
     
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    Just like to know if you can point us to a website or have like a nice detailed tutorial for doing NETS?
    and also do you find your wick and coil last not as long when using NETS?
     
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    Yes, of course you are right. It is not a cigar, but neither a pipe tobacco as we know the mostly brown tobaccos locally and the little bit of pipe that I did smoke. I shall call it black tobacco. Love the taste. See the real Black Perique tobacco is processed and fermented and is earthy, sharp and strong - like that recipe.
     
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    I was a NET prophet for most of my vaping life. Only vaped NET tobaccos. Started with Heather's Heavenly Vapes, some from naturally-extracted-tabaccos.com and still vape El Toro Cigarillos from House of Liquid and Tarks Select Reserve Matador. None of the tobacco flavoured juices or tobacco concentrates were to my liking. Until I started DIY again about 3 months ago. The tobacco concentrates have certainly improved vastly and I have mixed two now that can stand up to NETs in all respects imho.
     
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    I've seen hinted at that FA and INW tobacco range are "targeting" for a lack of a better term, the NET market.

    With the authentic taste of those I have tested, I believe it. And because they are used in small percentages, personally, I don't feel the need to NET (to save money).

    Also, making 6mg strong tobacco juices, and the liquid is so light, it's easy on the coil and wick.



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    Here on ECF is a whole sub-forum on liquid extraction from tobacco. Have fun.
     
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    what INW flavours can you recommend?
    I been using mainly TFA cubano. which i quiet like.
    didnt really love any of the Flavour art ones.
     
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    I could write up a method or two, but there is no need. There are many methods for doing NET's yourself, and just doing some simple searches on line will find you all the information you could possibly want on doing them with any of the methods used. The education is worth the effort to find which method you will decide to settle on.

    IE for starters... https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=extracting+tobacco+NET's

    NET's do gunk up coils/wicks faster. How fast depends on a lot of different factors. But the cleaner the extract (by using the right vacuum and filter sets equipment) the less they gunk coils. PG extracts are easier to filter, can even be done without vacuum if you have plenty of time on your hands and quality filter sets to do them in (some even get by just using coffee filters several times, but that's cave man stuff and might taste like a caveman long dead would smell). They'll gunk faster than vacuumed but may get you through a couple of days of constant use instead of the far more advanced amount of time I can get by with vacuumed 100% VG (but I also don't vape NET's constantly, they are quiet time treat vapes same as some of my pipe smoking was). You'll also have to do the long aging process before they are the best they can be that can be as long as 2-3 months the old fashioned ways (there are shortcuts, same as with NEF's).

    The coils themselves can be dry burned to renew them easy enough, and just rewicked. And you will want to pit stop your atty itself on a regular basis.
     
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    I have not used any INW tobacco flavours yet. Gold Ducat on its way. @method1 and @rogue zombie like it. See recipes earlier in the thread. I have tried some FA ones, which I like. In the Bora Bora recipe above a combination of 7 Leaves Ultimate, Burley and Cuban Supreme is used. In the other recipe Perique Black and Dark Vapure is used.
     
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    thanks everyone for all the advise.
    i dont know if its just me. But im a huge fan of Tobacco flavours.
    i found the switch to vaping extremely easy when i vaped Tobacco flavours. (maybe a mental thing)
    for me i was a smoker that liked smoking alot and the finer tones of a just light cig or a freshly opened pack and when you didnt have one for awhile,etc
    and personally i did try dessert and fruit flavour and i found i berry flavour i enjoyed but then a friend ruined it for me and the 600mls is growing whiskers lol but for me they would always sit.and i go back to tobacco.
    And now im at a year of vaping and vape tobacco only and my nicotine is down to 2mg, i found myself wanting less and less throat hit and more cloud and flavour
     
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    Gratz on the year milestone. The "growing whiskers" brought on a smile.
    Down to 2mg soon to be 0mg, then a card carrying flavor chaser and a cloud chaser. You don't need clouds though, just flavor rich vapor. :)
     
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