Re: SG'S Brown #4???
I use a Cuisinart food processor....
Just kidding, I agree with all the posts. Whatever works best for
you. I find that the dampness of the flake or rope is the
determining factor. If it is wet, rub it out fine. After it drys
out, you can smoke it whole (and it will burn cooler than rubbed out
San Francisco, USA
On Jan 24, 4:48 pm, Mark Peeples <mpeep...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A double guillotine cigar cutter works great. You can cut to your
desired thickness, then rub out at desired.
Just got some of Sg's Brown #4 in and this is my first time trying a rope
tobacco. What is the best way to prep this for the pipe???? Will this give
me a good Nic hit???
- Re: SGS Brown #4???
... You can cut to your desired thickness, then rub out at desired. ... Budman wrote: ... tobacco. ...
- Re: Thats it Im done...
... It's St. James Woods by McClelland... ... when you rub or does that mean it's too wet? ... Take a bit of the tobacco (enough ... Fill the pipe, starting with the larger pieces of tobacco. ...
- Re: My first flake
... I wouldn't rub out any of the flakes until you're ready to smoke one. ... The tobacco remaining in the tin will stay fresher if its left in flake form. ... The lids on rectangular tins like Erinmore's don't seal very well, so if you don't plan on finishing the tin in a week or two, you might consider placing the entire tin in some kind of storage container to prevent the tobacco drying out. ...
- Re: How to rub out a flake?
... Like previously mentioned do a search here and you will find a ton of ... For me personally I like to rub out certain blends to the point where ... One of my favorite packing methods is to roll the unrubbed ... then top it off with a bit of very well rubbed out tobacco to get a ...
- Re: Know when to fold them
... I'm talking about Flakes ... ... If you sometimes fold and other times you rub out, ... convenient, straight forward, and the rough rub out allows the tobacco ...