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post #11 of 18 Old 07-26-2017, 05:11 PM
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Wasn't sure if ash would smoother ember but this makes sense thanks


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The ash will act like an insulator, when you dump it the tobacco will burn a bit hotter for a minute or two and can change the characteristics of the smoke just like overheating a cigar.
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Makes sense even more now


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Wow lots of good information in this thread, I am new to pipes and this will help me tremendously. I always seem to burn too hot, gotta slow it down lol

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I'm no pro, but I've found i get better flavor when the ember is getting smoldered and kept on that proverbial edge of almost going out.
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If I am clenching/hanging the pipe, I tend to do it on the left. As I take very small, slow, sips/draws I will also allow for a draft of air on the right side of my mouth. This prevents me from pulling too hard on the pipe and getting things all hot and painful. This is also directly connected to my love of VA/VaPer/VaBur/EuroAro blends. Those Va based tobaccos can be very temperature sensitive and jump up to bite if not approached with caution.
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Puff puff draw.....tamp down the ash occasionally to insulate the burn...
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I've tried this method..it gives you great amounts of smoke.


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I've tried this method..it gives you great amounts of smoke.

https://youtu.be/XggmvJUwmlc

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I watched that video and used it yesterday. Works great.

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