Have you fully rubbed it out?Thanks everybody for the help.
Yesterday i did another try (after putting the tobacco for 3h in direct incredibly hot sun) and, nothing, this tobacco dont' want to burn. I'm starting to get really frustrated, i think I alredy wasted more than 10 bowl.
I dont have a microwave, and to be fair i dont like the idea of baking tobacco, because it wil change the flavor.
That being said, this is a desperate situation, i will try to put it in the oven.
If this don't work out, I will gladly give away the whole batch to anyone who come to Italy, maybe they can smoke this stuff.
I'm sorry, but that's an inaccurate statement.As for Humecants, glycerol, glycerine, glycol or whatever, I don’t see any evidence of that, and under British law it’s not allowed.
I'm not questioning Gawith's policy; however, when they say
they are not contradicting what I posted. The strict rule is that in the UK, you are allowed to have as much as 15% glycerin in a pipe tobacco.England has some pretty strict rules on additives, preservatives, and humectants