7Leaves Ultimate-FA

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Components of fire cured, bright leaf, burley, shade, perique, latakia and oriental tobaccos offer a basic tobacco flavor which can be used as a base for further developments. Smelled as such it delivers a nice dry and radiant note, with light undertone of dried leaves, woody nuances and a spicy touch. Concentrated flavoring from FlavourArt (FA). 

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    Flavour Art-7 Leaves

    Posted by Terri on 11th Oct 2021

    If you like a tobacco flavor, 7 leaves will not disappoint.

  • 5

    Posted by Jennifer Winstead on 15th May 2019

    It has a refreshing type aroma with an undescriptive fruity back note that could be described as a fruity floral note on the berry side of fruit not on the citric side. I found a slight cooling effect that could be confused with an alcohol type note at around 5%. I would imagine that cooling note is what gives it that freshness I find at the lower % range. I also pick up some musk sweet woodsy notes and an undescriptive type of spice can’t pinpoint if it is anise licorice or maybe a bit of clove because it is a very gentle type of sweet spice. What is 7Leaves: Refreshing, versatile, leafy. What it’s not : Ashy, leathery , Dry, Deep After odor: Pleasant and not overpowering

  • 3
    Not what i expected.

    Posted by sean on 19th Nov 2018

    It smells and taste like liquorice to me lol. I like wierd tasting e liquids sooooo.... it doesn't bother me but I wanted a tobacco. Im going to use this somewhere in a recipe tho.

  • 3
    A decent light, leafy tobacco

    Posted by ChemicalBurnVictim on 11th Jun 2018

    It’s got almost a citrus type of sweetness to it. Not any kind of ash or smoke, just sort of a generic sweet leaf. Makes a decent enough substitution for INW Garuda if you have to. I know someone who got a lot of anise from it, but I personally never did. So consider yourself warned if you’re sensitive to anise. I usually use it in the 1-2% range.

  • 5

    Posted by Chuck Deez on 17th Sep 2017

    A nice shag style light rolling tobacco with a hint of sweetness. You can hit 6-8% with this one and it doesn't get weird either.

  • 5

    Posted by SomeGuy on 16th Jun 2017

    It's a light and mild tobacco flavor with slight sweet-spice note. 3-6% it's very enjoyable.

  • 5
    In my top 10

    Posted by Dave on 2nd Dec 2016

    7 Leaves ultimate really shines when I add .5% FA Black Fire and 1% AP.

  • 4
    Very Subtle Tobacco

    Posted by James Byers on 16th Sep 2016

    This one's pretty weak. Mostly just use it in other tobacco blends to enhance. But it doesn't have a bad flavor at all. Alone it's like a midday smoke on the prairie.

  • 5
    7 leaves

    Posted by Mikey on 31st Jul 2015

    I mixed this @ 5% and liked it alot, although a little weak, so I added 2% more. After steeping for only 4 days, with ultrasonic enhancements in between (when I wasn't too busy to notice, I'd give it 30 min. cycles) I gotta say it's pleasant already. Can't wait to taste it in another couple weeks. Highly recommend it.