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Tobacco extraction with coffee

Discussion in 'Liquid Extraction From Tobacco' started by madstabber, Apr 6, 2017.

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  1. madstabber

    madstabber Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Has anyone tried putting coffee grinds or whole beans into your mason jar during tobacco extraction? If so beans or grounds and how ground down? I enjoy coffee with my cigarette so this combination seems like it would make a great flavoring. Thanks for any insight and/or experiences you can share.
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  2. 67Tele

    67Tele Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 23, 2014
    I'm interested too.
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  3. B2L

    B2L Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jan 14, 2012
    Jacksonville, FL
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  4. Izan

    Izan Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 1, 2012
    Mallorca, Spain
    One of the best I have found.
    Inawera Coffee Paradise.

    "11. Coffee Paradise - VPG. Power Smoke - 10 drops on 10ml

    Flavoring aroma in bottle - Coffee, light tobacco, maybe a hint of chocolate

    E-liquid aroma in bottle - Light and dry coffee smell only

    The name says it all, it's a tobacco and coffee paradise, now I know why the name was selected! This is a unsweetened vape, with smooth coffee up front that's evenly and perfectly mixed with a lighter tobacco in the background. I'm also detecting light hints of cream and a little roasted nuttiness on the back end. I'm sure this would please any fan of tobacco or coffee style vapes! This is great by itself, but would also make a great addition to any coffee or tobacco mix!

    Suggested starting point, 10 drops per 10ml was perfect for me! I do feel you could probably make it stronger if you wanted, without it quickly tasting bad, unlike the plain coffee, I'm sure it could get bad quickly if over-flavored.

    Overall Rating - 8/10 - Smooth!"

  5. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    Although I love my fresh perked coffee while having Tobacco Vapes I have not found a coffee flavored e-Liquid that appealed to me.
  6. Str8vision

    Str8vision Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 26, 2013
    Sallisaw, Oklahoma USA
    I've not personally extracted coffee (don't care for it as a vape flavor) but others have and reported great results. In every case they used ground coffee. My opinion is that regular ground coffee meant for a drip coffee maker would work fine but a finer grind might be better as long as you adequately filter the finished extract. If it were me I wouldn't mix coffee in with tobacco for extraction since you don't know how strong either flavor will turn out. I'd extract the tobacco and coffee separately so that you'll have control over flavor strengths when mixing. You should be able to extract coffee using the same methods developed for tobacco (hot or cold). I would recommend using the heat assisted method at first just for the sake of obtaining quicker results. Just like tobacco, I doubt the coffee you enjoy drinking will be the coffee best suited for extraction/vaping. I'd experiment with a full flavored "robust" coffee that's well roasted. Just my ten cents. Let us know how it turns out :)
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  7. madstabber

    madstabber Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Thanks for the information, i will post how it turns out.
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  8. Bunnykiller

    Bunnykiller ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 17, 2013
    New Orleans La.
    Heathers Heavenly Vapes has one called Fresh Grinds.... its definately coffie flavored straight up no extra hazelnut poop etc...

    and as far as DIY coffie, it needs to be processed at higher temps 180-200F and it should be course ground... and best filtered when hot ( 150-180). Ethanol is out of the question at these temps, so you are pretty much limited to VG or PG. I did try to do a coffie blend with the concentrated coffie extracts the grocery stores sell ( the add water type) but since the extracts are water based, it diluted the VG entirely too much... way too prone to leakage and coil/wick flooding ( a dripper may work better) . The flavor was okay at first but turns bitter after a few days....
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  9. BoilerGuy

    BoilerGuy Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 13, 2016
    Coffee beans and ground coffee contains natural oils that are very likely to be harmful to inhale. These are NOT essential fugitive oils that evaporate, but non-drying oils. Do not be foolish - Do not use coffee in your extractions. If you seek a coffee flavor for DIY, do some homework - it is suggested that you seek a synthetic or a 100% certified aquasol that is oil-free (if you can find such a thing). Vaping non-drying oils is harmful!!! Don't do it. (No, I am neither a doctor nor a chemist - but I am not an idiot either.)
  10. madstabber

    madstabber Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oh sure now you tell me.....a few months too late. Well I am still alive an able to post so they weren't extremely harmful. It turns bitter after a few days like Bunnykiller stated and wasn't very good :danger:
  11. madstabber

    madstabber Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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