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mikel's to do - Lucky Seven by charliecip

this recipe was created by charliecip
available from http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/1152250/Lucky%20Seven

555 Gold (INAWERA) 1%
Am4a (INAWERA) 1%
Caribbean Blend (RY4) (INAWERA) 1%
Cuban Cigar (Absolute) (INAWERA) 1%
Cubano Type (TPA) 1%
Desert Ship (INAWERA) 1%
Smooth Tobacco (CAP) 1%

25.06.2017
initial remarks
i'll not use smooth tobacco from capella; will sub. for inawera tobacco (never tried it before, seems smooth)
inawera caribbean blend is a doubled ry4, i'm guessing same as tpa ry4 double; will use plain inawera ry4
tpa cubano type is very strong and grassy, not sure if i will use it;
inw am4a is quite strong sweet spicy quite complex; not sure if it will just impose over other flavours;
will do some tweaks;

1st batch, 25.06.2017
all at 1%
inw 555 gold
inw am4a
inw ry4
inw cuban cigar (absolute)
tpa cubano type
inw desert ship
inw tobacco

notes:
i haven't got time to improve this one. but the fact that i never came back to this one might mean that 1st batch (tweaked from original) wasn't good or it wasn't good enough for it to stick in my mind. either way, not stellar. however, the fact that it didn't work is what picks my interest to improve it. so many excellent tobacco flavours, that should blend well together, at a low-mid percentage; so what's going on here?

flavour intensity:
if i had to pick one flavour that might be leading the recipe to one direction, i would say desert ship. 1% is actually medium range for this one. but once i think about it, all of the others might be on the medium range as well, with their own specific note.

tweaks:
- inw 555 gold. it has a peculiar nut note; mid-high note with some base notes. nice tobacco notes. 1%
- inw am4a. intense flavour. after steeping it tends to be more on the sweet and floral side, but it has
inherent base notes quite present as well. this is a complex flavour. it adds moist and tobacco notes. it
sweetens things a bit, both on the nose and mouth. not sure if keep or decrease this one. working
percentage that i've tested ranges from 0.5 to 3%. all good. flavours doesn't change between
percentages, only intensity. which is great! just have to worry how present you want your flavour to be,
not off flavours coming out of nowhere when you're using high percentages.
- inw ry4. very nice one. a different twist compared to tpa version. but no doubt it's an RY4. some say it's
similar to flavour art ry4, but i haven't tried fa's version yet. might bump this one a bit. original recipe asks
for RY4 Double type of flavours, using in this case Caribbean Blend from inawera which i think is very
good. run out of caribbean blend, so i might sub with tpa's ry4 double, or use inw plain ry4. why 1%? this
is just to support the other tobaccos and provide extra notes like aromatic vanilla and burnt caramel -
which a fantastic addition to any tobacco recipe.
- inw cuban cigar (absolute). very authentic this one. not to be confused with non-absolute "cuba cigar"
(notice the drop in the letter "n"). this is a tobacco absolute from inawera "wera garden" line, which is
highly concentrated and meant to be used by experience users. if you ever tried inw's gold & silver tobacco
concentrate, you'll find that cuban cigar is its main note. i find it tastes like cigarette paper, very very
realistic. and smells like a smooth good cigarette. i don't think this one has much DNB (ash flavour). i find
it the closest to the blonde smooth analogs. working range for the absolute is between 2-3.5%
- tpa cubano type. replicated several times by other brands. fa has cuban cigar. it's floral. it's earthy.
grassy. leafy. hayish. at 1% might be too much for a 1-3 weeks steeping, then it starts to blend, and
becomes more round, but never loosing its hayish character, which becomes bearable at week 4. in this
recipe i would like to be more on the discreet side. i would still use it because it provides both base/mid to
high notes (earthy + floral notes). suggestion is 0.5%.
- inw desert ship. i want desert ship to complement tpa cubano type. it provides a few more notes, but on
the same range (so it seems to me). thinking of a palette, and you're adding different shades of the a
given colour. that's a would like to do in this recipe with this one. so, it will depend on the cubano. i think it
would around 0.5-0.7 but it want it less present than the cubano. so, i guess i'll have to use it at 0.3-0.5.
- inw tobacco. very smooth and sweet tobacco. well balanced. interesting. a bit spices going on but not
noticeable to every one. if i had to guess, i would say ginger and cinnamon. but the tobacco notes are
amazing. original recipe asks for cap's smooth tobacco. never tried it. just picked the most smooth
tobacco i had in my stash.

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