I just find its too much too much work. Had some vanilla custard drying for a week still to wet . Sticking with PA and half & half
It’s because you’ve got the wrong aros.I just find its too much too much work. Had some vanilla custard drying for a week still to wet . Sticking with PA and half & half
I picture you with tobacco sizzling in a cast iron skilletWell.. you could try the microwave or stoving the stuff. A couple minutes in a hot frying pan should get them nice and toasty. That's the quicky method of drying out any tobacco. Many aros are designed so that they can sit in a pouch for months or maybe years before drying out. That's what you're up against.
I’m with you for the most part. I don’t mind a topping, but only if it accentuates good tobacco and isn’t there to cover up bad tobacco. I’ll smoke an aromatic on occasion, but prefer the flavor emphasis to be on the leaf, and not the topping. And I don’t have much tolerance for goop. I find myself mostly smoking non-aromatic blends. The closest I usually get to an aromatic on a normal day may be Erinmore Flake or Gentleman Caller.Yeah, I haven't been an aro guy for over 35 years, not due to wetness, just a taste thing for me. Long preferred a more natural taste to my blends.