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    Cocoa
    Licorice
    Chocolate
    Invert Syrup
    Corn Syrup
    Water

    I'm going to give these ingredients a try but by replacing the Invert Syrup with honey
    and skip the other preservatives in the recipe

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    what do you do? put that mixture on your baccy how?

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    I reduced the recipe down to a pint and I'll simmer it on the stove until it's thoroughly mixed.
    If it turns out thick I'll brush it on a few leaves and bake it at a low temp say 165 to 175 until dry
    If it turns out thin and watery I'll spray it on and bake it at a low temp say 165 to 175 until dry.

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    What is the glycerine for ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokesAhoy View Post
    Is cocoa the powder and chocolate like hershey syrup?
    Actually I am not sure but I used dutch cocoa powder and the result was a very rich syrup. I tried some of the finished product (KY Burley) and it smoked smooth stayed lit and was very mild.

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    I used the liquid pure chocolate extract

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    It seems impossible to find but I think regular corn syrup or Karo would be just fine!

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    http://www.bulkfoods.com/whole-foods.asp?wholesale=4110
    or Amazon.com has fructose that I suspect could be mixed into regular corn syrup?

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    I put the gallon I made in a 2x3x5 tupperware tub and soaked the leaves in the mixture overnight then pressed the leaves into brickks dried for 72 hours then shredded and loosely stored in airtight mason jars

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    my guess is a humectant and to add sugar content

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