Thread: Drying tobacco
View Single Post
Old 10-15-2014, 08:57 PM   #11
RevSmoke
Ain't Never Gonna Leave
 
RevSmoke's Avatar
4
 
Join Date: Oct 2008
First Name: Todd
Location: Northcentral woods of Wisconsin
Posts: 5,667
Trading: (44)
HUpmann
RevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud ofRevSmoke has much to be proud of
Default Re: Drying tobacco

I have "stoved" tobacco in a sealed container, it is a way to change the character of the tobacco.

Do not however dry tobacco by using a stove.

As others have said, if you want to dry it all out, just lay it out (I like to put it on a brown paper bag) and let it dry, checking it often.

Otherwise, I dry out what I need for a pipe, maybe an hour ahead of time.
__________________
Todd__ "Smoke what you like, and enjoy it!"
RevSmoke is offline   Reply With Quote