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My friends, at BBC News (UK), today´s news with the title: "How does photo aging work?" My friends, please go there and see the useful information about sweet Madeleine´s photos (CEOP). If any of you my friends wish, please, post it here, at
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
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
So, what's everyone's opinion on aging bulk in jars vs. buying tins to age? Are the tins just in case of a re-sale down the road? Do you feel similarly aged bulk tastes as good as tinned? Or is the point so negligible that I probably should never
I believe Pease said that latakia's aging limit was somewhere between 10-15 years, after which the blend begins a slow decline. True?
Hey Gentlemen, Have any of your purchased tobaccos in bulk to allow them to age for later consumption? After my Captain Black experience, I'm wondering if I could build my cellar with some bulk tobacco that will mellow and improve over the years. Any
Hey guys, A recent thread about cellaring got me thinking of the whole aging process. What tobaccos do y'all feel benefit the most from aging? For me, it would be McC 2000 and 5100 though I'm still waiting to see how FVF comes out after a year.