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Tatanka Flavorah – Review & Recipe (a nice semi-sweet tobacco)
Good day and welcome to diy eliquid recipes. I’m back with a new review, and today we are going to take a look at a nice flavorah concentrate. So this is the Tatanka tobacco. Flavorah carries a lot of different tobaccos in their line, and there are maybe 4 or 5 of them that I find very good. Tatanka in my opinion is one of those good ones that stand out from the rest in their line. This is a fairly bold but well balanced tobacco concentrate that will deliver a full leaf flavor with a smooth after taste when used at lower ratios. The flavor of tatanka in a summary could be described as a balanced American tobacco taste similar to a Virginia blend and with a side flavor of non-sweetened caramel as a pair and possibly a slight touch of acetyl Pyrazine in the end. Since it’s a relatively bold tobacco this concentrate can get quite strong when used higher than 5 or 6% in a recipe. As a general guide, here are some suggestions for using this flavor. If you want to use it as the base of your own tobacco eliquid a good ratio is between 2 and 5%. And if you want to add it to another recipe or use it together with another tobacco flavor as a pair then it will work very well as an accent from 0.5 up to 1.5%. Since this has a good enough flavor to for vaping by itself you could also just use it alone together maybe with some sweetener. To try it solo use it from 1.5 up to 2.5% for a mild mix. And for a strong and bolder tobacco eliquid it try from 3 up to 6%. I wouldn’t recommend going higher than 6% especially when solo since it will be overwhelmingly strong on smell and taste. Now I have also prepared an eliquid recipe that I like to make using this flavor exclusively. I have used tatanka before in other recipes as an alternative to ry4 or desert ship, but this eliquid here was designed specifically around tatankas flavor profile with all other flavors complimenting it. So here is the recipe. It uses it tatanka at a medium strength of 4%, together with vanilla bourbon and cookie from flavorart mainly working as accents and the secondary pair being the butter pecan from flavorwest. All together these additional flavors will mild down the tatanka tobacco and also add a nice creamy after taste to the whole eliquid. I used the vanilla bourbon since it’s a darker vanilla than the rest vanilla concentrates but you could substitute any vanilla you have on hand. The butter pecan also adds a nice after taste to the tobacco and pairs well with the rest of the flavors. This eliquid is mixed at 75% vegetable glycerin and has the total flavor of 8.5% unless you go for the full 10% version. For steeping it is recommended to let it steep for atleast 1 week with 2 weeks being optimal, but if you can’t wait that long, a week usually will work fine. This is a recipe has a nice balanced tobacco flavor and if you like earthy style of tobacco eliquids with a mild aftertaste and have these flavors in your collections give it a try too. Also if you make any changes and come out well feel free to leave your tatanka tobacco recipe in the comments. Hope you enjoyed the review, I know this is not a very popular flavor and that many people have it, but if you are looking for a new tobacco to try this one is another one worth give it a sample. As always leave any comments you have below, happy to see you here and I’ll be back soon with a new video.