Gatsby

by MaxSavage - 2018-05-08
SOURCE: ATF
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Steeping:
14-28 days
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Ratio:
70VG / 30PG
Nicotine:
3mg

Recipe Notes:

Roasted nuts, cocoa, and robust tobacco.

Connecticut Shade, Red Burley and Native are working together to make a bold tobacco. Connecticut Shade is a leafy, dry tobacco wrapper that has some coffee and cocoa notes on the exhale. Red Burley brings depth to this tobacco layer, darkening it up and providing some nuttiness. In my tobaccos I usually will use Cured, Native, or Kentucky depending on how much I need to dry it out. Native is the nice middle ground to dry it out and back up the other tobaccos.

AM4A is a very nice tobacco that only gets more complex as it steeps. On it's own it is a spiced, woody aromatic tobacco with some dark dried fruits. I personally pick out some raisin, figs, and mostly dates in the background. I wanted to use this ingredient because it can be very different for most people and changes in many situations. In this recipe I might get subtle notes of raisnettes, an oatmeal cookie, etc.

Milk & Honey is here to bring forward some of the richness of the tobaccos. I tend to like it around .3% here, but you can take it up .75% depending how dessert-like you want it. I settled on .5 as a middle ground.

This is great after 1 day, and then at 2 weeks it's even better. But if you leave it for 1 month you really get something special from the AM4A.

Recipes with common flavors:

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2 / 5 Common flavors
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Intensity:
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2 / 6 Common flavors
22%
Intensity:
Complexity:
2 / 7 Common flavors
20%
Intensity:
Complexity:
2 / 10 Common flavors
15%

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