The temperature is going to be in the high 80’s and low 90’s this week and I have already picked out my pipes and cigars for the week. When it is humid out I like to smoke smaller cigars and pipes with smaller bowls. I feel like the shorter the smoke, the less chance of the tobacco becoming over-humidified. Nothing is worse than smoking over-humidified tobacco. It just doesn’t taste right and becomes very bitter to me. A few of my friends think I’m crazy, as they puff and puff away, not seeming to notice that they keep relighting, over and over.
My question for you, Talking Tobacco readers, does the humidity effect your enjoyment? I would love to hear what you have to say, and if you have tips for me, please feel free to post them.