Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA). Strong tobacco cigar flavor with heavy characteristics of spice, woody and leather. Slightly sweet and dry. Recommended to start testing at 2-3% to base and adjust to taste.
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Reference: 70 VG - Dual coil RDA @ 80W...Cubano 10%, Oak wood (FA) 2%, TA .15%, MTS 1%. Hearty, a little spice, a little hay, oak adds earthy full body. Definitely in my tobac rotation.
It's NOT a bad tobacco. It's not my preference, but it suggests things I HAVE smoked. Yeah, I'd sue it again - 4% is likely too high
I've been mixing for over 3 years. Cuban cigar is my ADV. This is not a muddy mix of vanilla and caramel and what not. This is gnawing on a high end cigar. I usually order in 16 ounce batches This flavor is stand alone if you are or were an afficinado.
it has that cigar taste. Also it is kinda of sweet if you pay attention to it. it is also kind of dry in a good way. This was a good buy for me. i single flavor tested it at 3%.
Certainly tastes like a cigar.
Im pretty sure NAKED Tobacco line uses this in one of them. I love this flavor and will buy more.