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In the pipe world much is made over the phases of aerobic and anaerobic aging, even to the point where much or all of an article GL Pease wrote in his "Briar and Leaf Chronicles" addresses the relative merits of periodically opening and as
I recently purchased some Canadian Virginia tobacco in leaf form. When I smoked some of it (in my pipe of course), it had some of the characteristics of a golden Virginia (sweet and fragrant). However it was a little harsh. I was wondering if by puttin
Gentlepersons, I'm planning on making a run to my local Edward's, and as my modest cellar already contains more open blends than I'll be able to smoke in a year, I'm going to pick up a tin of something to age (my first!)...the question is, what to buy?
I read this article and was wondering what your thoughts might be, I think the moisture in the tobacco would sort of make it's own weather in the tin and gradually dry out. Perhaps it supposed to be aged just before it dries out completely. MC