Macca's RY4 Special

Here's the one I did for Paul MacCartney of Vape Don't Smoke. Paul said he liked RY4 flavours but of late they haven't been as they used to be. Over time our tastes change and manufacturers change the flavours to match or release new versions based on the current customer base. All very reasonable but what tends to happen is the original disappears and is lost as the new version/flavours take over. 

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Last year (2018) I started producing NET - Naturally Extracted Tobacco flavours using specially selected raw tobacco leaves and extracting the flavour from them over a long time - see http://www.simplyleaf.co.uk .

NET tobacco flavours do not taste like a burning cigarette, they taste of the fragrance of the leaves. When you open a pack of tobacco and smell the fresh bag - that's the NET flavour.

I used that NET flavour in this blend.

Maccas RY4 Special is a NET Flue Cured Virginia tobacco with added flavourings of vanilla and caramel. Around 60% of the flavour used in this is NET

It's a lovely smooth vape with as you'd expect Virginia tobacco, vanilla and caramel.

SUGGESTED USE

I recommend you use this concentrate at 16% for best results and adjust to taste. These flavourings are PG based and this needs to be taken in to account when mixing.

e.g.

  • 30ml bottle will make 190ml

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Macca's RY4 Special

Macca's RY4 Special

Here's the one I did for Paul MacCartney of Vape Don't Smoke. Paul said he liked RY4 flavours but of late they haven't been as they used to be. Over time our tastes change and manufacturers change the flavours to match or release new versions based on the current customer base. All very reasonable but what tends to happen is the original disappears and is lost as the new version/flavours take over.