Noted: Ep. 77 – Herbs ft. Kopel & Concrete River

Flavor Name  Notes  %  Time 
FA Zen Garden  Dry, works better with custards than other basil notes     
FLV Basil  Fresh, works with fruits and creams     
TPA Horehound  Tastes like the herbal ricolas, works well with a sweet lemon, can go ok with soda blends as a low back note. Pairs well with eucalyptus mint but it needs sweetener afterwards as it gets a sharp note to it.  2-3 (solo)
1-1.5 (mixed) 
14 
FW Sassafras  Its dark, its herbal, doesn’t have the sweetness and body that you would expect from that flavor. Works really well as a sassafrass and also helps in building a rootbeer or a gingerbeer    20 
FA Black Touch  Is like a dry licorice root, really nice body and thick and chewy woody notes associated with it as well. Can work well in a tea or of course in a black licorice type recipe  .25-1  23 
TPA Woodruff  Not good and too heavy and aggressive    26 
JF Sweet Woodruff   Fresh sweet greens, does really cool things with tobaccos, definitely sweet, not perfumey at all. Fairly potent  Up to 2  27 
FLV Lemon Grass  Good, works in teas, lemonades. Very strong and has a great strong lemon note, as well as a strong grassy note  .5-1  30 
INW Shisha Rosemary  Very potent. Authentic dry rosemary. Very accurate    34 
DV Dandelion & Burdock  Really bright seltzer like herbal tonic. A little thin by itself but very sweet. Also not particularly strong  Up to 15  38 
FLV Lovage  Gets really green and wet pushed passed .25%. also really bad by itself, but can be great as an accent in tobaccos to make a more wet pipe like tobacco  .25  40 
INW Cactus  Not quite prickly pear, not quite aloe, more sweet and wet. Used to juice up recipes   <.25  44 
TFA Mary Jane  Bad, move on.    52 
FA Reggae Night  Juniper and fresh cut grass    52 
FLV Yakima Hops  The good piney parts that you would be looking for in a marijuana tasting flavor. Has a great body, a little citrus like. Also it’s a little dry as well  Up to 3  55 
VT Green Mango  Piney and tart    60 

 


 

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