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Old 09-24-2022, 06:22 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by SLR View Post
I was told from a tobacco merchant the filter is used to capture the accumulated moisture created from heavily cased tobaccos as it is being smoked. This moisture can be bitter tasting.
I did a little reading up on filters last night. From what I read, they do provide a cooler, drier, and less flavorful smoke. They will also keep microparticles of tobacco and ash from ending up in your mouth. I'm not that fussy.

That's what got me thinking about if their use is dominated by those that have yet to figure out how to smoke their pipe without creating excessive moisture and heat.
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