Black Honey-TFA

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Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).

Natural and Artificial Flavors, Propylene Glycol

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring


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  • 5
    Nostalgic parallel

    Posted by Nik Struble on 3rd Oct 2022

    This one is pretty spot on if you love the smell of moist dark pipe tobacco blends then this delivers 100% absolutely would recommend and I will be buying more and in a larger size when I do.

  • 5
    Black Honey-TFA

    Posted by jorge antonio cordeiro on 11th Mar 2022

    excellent product and very good quality super fast shipping

  • 5
    back to the beginning

    Posted by Dan Baker on 3rd May 2021

    When I first starting years ago, I had gotten a honey tobacco from another vendor. I began mixing but could never duplicate it. Finally tried this one. This is da shiznit. At 6-8% it is spot on to the flavor that got me going to where I am now. If your thing is tobaccos like me , try it. Its a sweet tobacco with a honey taste to boot. Good stuff.

  • 3
    it's ok

    Posted by sean on 10th May 2018

    This is a flavor that you should use with low percentages like 1%. Also it steeps out a little after 2 weeks and it is just fucking lovely. Remember low percentages.

  • 5
    Patience with this one

    Posted by Stacy Mcvey on 17th May 2017

    This is a unique flavor but you can taste the tobacco. Have you ever smelled a un lit cigarette out of a fresh pack? That is what it reminds me of. It does need some time to steep but its worth the wait depending what you mix it with. Goes well with Bavarian cream. I love this stuff!... Have fun mixing!

  • 4
    Needs Time

    Posted by Amber on 11th Feb 2017

    It is a nice sweetly mellow honey tobacco. This is by no means a snv. It really needs time to steep. 2-5 weeks is appropriate for this one. It can be a honey accent, as the honey is pretty dominate, and the tobacco is pretty light (think the dry tobacco flavor of RY4 original). Right out the bottle, it smells like some odd form of baby powder, but time really helps to smooth out this flavor.