These are the most popular type of tobacco E-Liquids, for they are more about producing something tasty than trying to capture the taste of tobacco. The downside to this is that they are even less realistic than traditional tobacco E-Liquids. For many, this does not matter too much, but if you are looking for a true taste of tobacco, it is better to look elsewhere.
Naturally, the e-liquids extracted from tobacco (NET) are almost identical to the true taste of tobacco that can be obtained.
In the form of e-liquid. The great difference is that - as its name implies - the flavor is extracted directly from the tobacco leaf by "soaking" the leaves in PG and/or VG (the two "bases" components of e-liquid) to produce an extract realistic. This extraction is either with the aid of heat, or in macerated cold, with the first producing a more pronounced flavor and the second for the production of a more nuanced and complex final product.
The benefit of TNE for tobacco lovers is that the characteristics of the different varieties of tobacco are preserved, allowing a greater exploration of the spectrum of available tobacco flavors. Indeed, if you make a burley tobacco extract, it will taste like burley, and if you make a perique tobacco extract, it will taste like perique. One thing to keep in mind is that the "taste of tobacco" in the context of e-liquid means that it is the taste of fresh tobacco, not the taste of smoke produced by combustion (which is more like the smell of a Cigarette or a tobacco pipe ball).