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    How many bowls does it take to understand a tobacco?

    How much bowls are necessary to familiarize with a tobacco blend? Can you suggest some things about this?

     

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    Re: How many bowls does it take to understand a tobacco?

    First you can take the time to really get to know a blend. The first bowl will only give you a idea of what the blend has to offer. With continued smoking, you'll begin to discern some of the more subtle characteristics, the nuances of the blend. It is not correct to make a decision after first blend. You can taste the blend on different occasions, then you will in position to make a decision.
     


 

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