If it is primarily steam, explain why McBaren Virginia #1 produces a lot of steam and milder blends like the candy flavored cavendishes I smoke nonstop produce less.Steam causes it.
If it is primarily steam, explain why McBaren Virginia #1 produces a lot of steam and milder blends like the candy flavored cavendishes I smoke nonstop produce less.
It would be wonderful if steam is the primary cause.
I have a new pipe that takes 9mm filters.
Those ought to condense a lot of steam.
If steam is the villain he can be trapped and turned into water.
Not counting stinger equipped and filter pipes, EA Carey still sells the most selling “gadget” pipe ever made.I guess I'll concede that some people seem to complain about virginias. Maybe that's caused by a certain reaction. Cigarmaster says he's allergic to "red virginias", he's a season smoker.. Hard to believe it's his technique to blame.
But, most tongue bite mentioned on this forum is the result of poorly dried mild cavendish blends, and smoking too fast.
If they'd just buy a Lee pipe tongue bite would be a thing of the past.
You should not have to suffer through anything brother. You seem to know what type of blends work for you. Stick to them.I'm somewhat sensitive to orientals. They dry my mouth and tongue and can singe the roof of my mouth and where my upper teeth meet the gums. I just suffer through my favorite blends that contain it but once I switch to Virgina or burleys I'm good.
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