Originally Posted by kingboyb
All this has to do with the tobacco's absolute humidity matchnig the surrounding enviornment's absolute humidity (dew point). If they don't match, the flavoring of the tobacco gets muted, resulting in the odor people describe as "BBQ".
People buy cigars and respect the fact they must be kept in a humidor to maximize flavor, etc. However, the same people turn up thier nose when you talk about acclimating hookah tobacco.. *shrug*
but you can take a cigar out of a 70/70 humidor into something that is much closer to 50%/75*, or what ever and you dont have issues other than the occasional crack or the like, you dont have a cigar that tastes horrible just cause the humidity is a little different.
Originally Posted by Ignited
Again, this tobacco is wet....how can it match any humidity?
the reason i have heard is that the ingredients, while wet, are not much water
i am still skeptical