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Old 05-06-2011, 01:05 PM   #6
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I managed to get the Brickle pretty dry. It smokes quite a bit like Kendal Cream Flake. But it isn't a flake. More of a chopped leaf. Because of this, it expands a lot as you get it going. It requires a lot of tamper work. It's a tad bitey for me. Normally I smoke like a house afire. So I have to take it easy. But I like the flavor. And it's good and strong. I'm going to keep trying with the 8oz. I have.

Still drying out the Anniversary Kake. This stuff is wet!
First: So that a cigar, burn even, circularly, it needs that the tobacconist made it professionally well.

Second: That the cigar have the temperature and humidity necessary, and

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