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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

Cavendish: This was a surprise to me. This is a slightly spiced pipe tobacco. I get hints of cherry, and it is also slightly sweet. This used, even at .2%, gives a nice complexity and almost fills the empty spots that shade/cured needs. It also adds some complexity to the mix

Shade: I was turned on to shade due to the good "cigar wrapper leaf flavor". Thank you @fear!!!! This has a few notes to it, which don't come through in this mix as much due to the lime/coconut pairing. It gives some complexity to the mix but also helps build the cigar.

Cured: This is a good cigar type tobacco. A good base to build on

Lime Wedge: Toned down compared to lime. You get a tad more twang, more natural lime flavor with a slight bit of rind. The rind is hidden so only the natural lime flavor comes through. Pairs with coconut very well.

Coconut: used over sweet coconut because I wasn't looking for a super sweet tobacco. This coconut is also a little more natural. Similar to the lightly sweetened meat in the coconut, almost slightly toasted. It pairs well with the natural lime wedge.

The lime has a tendency to fade. I recommend this to be vaped within a week. If you are gonna let it steep add another .2 or .4 of it and then let it sit for a while, as the line will be over powering in the beginning.

% Vendor Flavor
0.2
(FLV) Cavendish
0.8
(FLV) Coconut
0.6
(FLV) Connecticut Shade
1.4
(FLV) Cured Tobacco
0.6
(FLV) Lime Wedge
Total flavoring: 3.6% Steep Days: 1 (SNV) Best VG: 65% Temperature: 400
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User: Freshepies Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
The fact that I enjoyed this vape was a complete surprise. The cigar is light enough that you get the lime and coconut sliding in. Incredibly refreshing and unusual. Bravo Slasha!