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Recipe Notes:

I am not big on tobacco recipes but i do enjoy a light sweet tobacco if you can even call it that. I wanted this to have an ry4 type of light sweet tobacco flavor where the tobacco is light and nutty with a good caramel, butterscotch, brown sugary type of sweetness and or flavor.

I went with flavor west hazelnut well because its the king of nuts of course and i threw in a little creme brulee because its just good lol. No i put creme brulee in because of its carmalized creamy texture and it just works here.

My tobacco choices were purely based on smell. I was looking for the nuttiest smelling flavorah tobacco thats where oriental came in because to me it smells really nutty. Then I was looking for another tobacco to slightly back up the nuttyness so I smelled the other Flavorah tobaccos looking for the one that smelled the best with oriental and I came to choose tatanka.

I really like this combination and I don't like tobaccos but I like these in this!! Now the tobacco is super light. If you vape this on day 3 the tobacco will be much more prominent than say after two weeks. If you like your tobacco's more prominent you can just bump up each .25% at a time and you should be able to find where you prefer it best. But for me the level of tobacco is perfect just enough to know its there with some flavors that blend perfectly with a light tobacco.

The rest of the flavors I feel are obvious to the reasons I used them. I used them to bring out a nice caramel, brown sugar, butterscotch style of sweetness mixed with a prominent hazelnut with a touch of vanilla.

I think you might really enjoy this mix and if you like a stronger tobacco you can easily bump them both up until you find the amount for you. Enjoy!!!!

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