Originally Posted by hdwindex
after reading this. do you agree their might be a way to be in the middle . ? or not the wetter the better ?
I think that the manufacturer has a certain idea for what their product should be. If you don't like the product there are plenty more that offer something closer to your standards. The really drippy tobacco is often the more expensive stuff so why would you pay for all that "exotic" glycerin and then take it out of the tobacco? Why do extra work and spend more money in the form of paper towels with every session when it's really not going to change much?
The wetter is without doubt not always the better.