Name and Format: Burley linea V by Black Note (Vaporificio & Black Note) – concentrated flavour 10 ml – received by the manufacturer
Nico: 3 mg/ml
Declared base: 50 PG / 50VG
Expiry date: 03-2020
Devices: Sva penguin BF 75 + Speed Revolution 1.00 omh (Kantal A1 29 AWG) + Cotton bacon V2
The world of e-liquid is constantly changing every day we witness the release of new lines, new aromas, new recipes, some intriguing and less innovative ones. There are vapers that adore fruity liquids, those who find joy in creamy liquids and then there are lovers of tobacco liquids or better lovers of aromas extracted or macerated directly from tobacco leaves and this is precisely why today we will analyze a natural aroma extracted naturally cold. After having talked about the first two aromas Virginia and Cavendish we will present the third liquid of the new line that sees its birth from the collaboration of Vaporificio and Black Note, which, as usual, take us into the world of single cultivated tobacco, cured, extracted for and become aroma and made available to us without corrections or blends, to transmit us all its unique and unique aromatic nuances. The protagonist of today will be the Burley V by Black Note.
As with all the products of this line, this aroma is also supplied in a 10 ml bottle where the name and recommended dilution percentage are reported in its bright red label: we are talking about 10%, with a maturation time of approx. 5/10 days. The result after mixing and after 10 days of waiting, is a liquid with classic tones that recall precisely the origin of tobacco a delicate yellow almost faded, very delicate.
This is the description given to us by the producers:
It is one of the most used tobacco varieties in cigarette blends, easily mixed with other tobaccos. It is dried as light air-cured tobacco should. The burley has a pleasant, fresh and aromatic taste.
In the description of the manufacturer we find all the ideas that help us to consciously approach the final product. The burley does not then deviate much from the main use of virginia with which it shares many of the characteristics is used in cigarette blends for its properties but is also a protagonist in pipe mixtures in which it is often used for its ability to absorb aromatic or to improve its combustion. In addition, being a light tobacco is treated with air to keep the aromatic nuances unchanged.
So I pass to a very delicate olfactory test, as you well know the test is never linear or precise when you try these types of products the nuances are elusive and you have to be careful not to lose even one. The first sensation that passes through me is the freshness of a feeling of fresh grass very convincing and well-educated that leaves room for floral notes not dry but full and very aromatic at times you can perceive a fruity scent in the distance. Overall the liquid is very aromatic at first impression the sweetness is very controlled and does not stand out in the general picture.
The first sensation that emerges in inspiration is the perception of freshness that has emerged as predominant in the olfactory test even in the vaporization test remains the pulsating heart of the liquid, the taste of fresh grass is supported by a drier and less sweet straw-colored part here unlike virginia where the sweet part is the protagonist, the sugars are put aside and given a tender sweet dryness never excessive nor overwhelming. In the central phase the steam is full and highlights even more the delicate floral notes that are never exaggeratedly sweet and that remain in the background in a slightly hinted. The final part of the svapata is full of that freshness that never hurts that fresh puff that unites all the points creating a perfect harmony between all the elements, never intrusive but really appreciable.
Burley has always been used as a base for tobacco mixtures here it pulls out the claws making itself appreciated also individually for its main characteristics, a fresh tobacco playful and with the right aromatic consistency, never excessively sweet, dry at the right point, that puffed after mouthful never tires.
The test also for this product has been carried forward for several ml, being a tobacco with a light color and with a decidedly lower presence of sugars, the duration of the coil was very good after 10 ml the taste is unchanged the cotton is still good state and the caremellization is not such as to have to perform dry-burn or complete coil change. We remain satisfied with the average duration of the resistors.
Suggested dilution: 10%
Steeping time: 5/10 gg
Pros: Dry but delicate. Also suitable for those who love dark tobaccos.
Cons: Not suitable for those looking for a strong sweet and sweet component.