Cavendish (Salt Nicotine)

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Description: Cavendish is a type of tobacco resulting from a specific process, usually using Virginia tobacco. Dark, ripe Virginia tobacco leaves are steam-treated and oak-barrel cured, producing a tobacco with a brilliant intensity and rich taste.

History: Several different stories surround the origin of Cavendish, but all of them involve tobacco that was being transported on the ship of Sir Thomas Cavendish in 1585.

One tale says Cavendish infused his personal supply of tobacco with dark rum to prevent it from drying out and getting moldy. He then rolled the wet leaves together, binding them tightly with sail canvas and twine. Much to his surprise, the flavor improved.

The tobacco smoked sweeter, was mellower and had an aromatic fragrance. The process of using double fermentation to create Cavendish tobacco was born.

Another tale says Cavendish was created by accident, when several massive barrels of fire-cured Virginia tobacco got wet while on the ship of Lord Cavendish. When the tobacco shipment arrived after spending weeks in the hot summer weather, the tobacco was black. But it had an absolutely enticing aroma.

Although he was reimbursed for the damage by the insurance company, Lord Cavendish was also able to sell the black tobacco because of its captivating aroma. The tobacco had turned black and highly aromatic due to over-fermentation, which occurred when the water began decomposing the tobacco’s natural sugar without allowing mold to take over. The process has since been reproduced on all types of tobacco to create Cavendish tobacco.

Note: The process only works with fresh water; tobacco dampened by salt water is a total loss.

Additional Information:

  • Naturally Extracted from real tobacco leaves, using only the best leaves and the best part of the leaves
  • No artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, or additives
  • No Diacetyl, Acetyl Propionyl, Ethylene Glycol, Diethylene Glycol, Acrolein and Acetoin
  • Small Batch

Please Note:

Regarding Black Note 50VG/50PG, Salt Nicotine Products:

  • Not For Sub-Ohm Use: Not For use in devices that reach sub-ohm resistance.
  • Device Recommendation: Ultra-Low Wattage & Pod-Based Systems (Mouth-To-Lung Devices).
  • Coil: MTL coil with a resistance of 1.0 ohms or higher.
  • Recommended Power Level: Do not exceed 18 watts.
Weight 3.7 oz
Dimensions 1.5 × 1.5 × 4.5 in

20 reviews for Cavendish (Salt Nicotine)

  1. Benny (verified owner)

    I give it 5 Stars because I’ve been waiting for a long time for Salt Nic especially from black note my favorite company I get the Cavendish blend from them all the time but now Salt Nic is going to take it to a different level I just ordered my first one I’m excited when I get it I will put a review on it with my thoughts

  2. bingyman (verified owner)

    A very distinctive, robust taste. Reminiscent of puffing an aromatic pipe. The nicotine salt and natural extraction really mimics smoking combustible tobacco.

  3. GoVols (verified owner)

    Pushing a Dotmod DotAio with their 1.2 ohm coil at 10 watts
    30mg nic salt
    Bought the Virginia blend along with this Cavendish blend
    This blend is a winner, a much smoother hit than Virginia, and great on the exhale.

    The Virginia Nic salt blend has a much bigger throat hit with no sweetness on the exhale.

    Happy to have purchased the Cavendish blend… : )

  4. Tony Eden (verified owner)

    Was a little sweet for my liking but it still was a smooth fate excellent it was a smooth vaping experience

  5. matt.gruby (verified owner)

    Cavendish is one of my favorites for all day vaping . The salt version tastes better with less filling.

  6. Peter Styer (verified owner)

    Loved the previous blends, this is even better.

  7. Andy Dunigan (verified owner)

    Having worked myself down to 3 mg, I tried the Cav salt 30mg out of curiosity. I’ll stick with the 3mg 50/50. To me, flavor was sacrificed and I don’t need that much nic.

  8. Dennis L Doolin (verified owner)

    I have tried all three and they are fantastic

  9. stan565656 (verified owner)

    This has a very distinctive flavor., I tried the Burley and Kentucky 50, and they were a bit too intense, but the cavendish 30 is very good.

  10. matt.gruby (verified owner)

    I loved this flavor in the old school style but with salt it’s even more flavorful and coil friendly.

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