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Zeno Marx

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PostSubject: Re: Dan's Salty Dogs at TobaccoPipes   Dan's Salty Dogs at TobaccoPipes - Page 2 EmptyTue Aug 13, 2019 3:13 pm

DrT999 wrote:
You can always easily peel a layer off and cut that up as you please.
You don't want to do that with pressed blocks. I believe it was Mr.Pease who commented on someone recommending doing this, and he said that when blocks are made, they're done in layers, so if you peel off a layer, you aren't experiencing the entire blend. He said to always cut, or break downward, through the block to experience it how the blenders intended.

If someone remembers differently, please correct me.
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SteveMKentucky

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Location : Austin, KY
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PostSubject: Re: Dan's Salty Dogs at TobaccoPipes   Dan's Salty Dogs at TobaccoPipes - Page 2 EmptyTue Aug 13, 2019 3:49 pm

Zeno Marx wrote:
DrT999 wrote:
You can always easily peel a layer off and cut that up as you please.
You don't want to do that with pressed blocks.  I believe it was Mr.Pease who commented on someone recommending doing this, and he said that when blocks are made, they're done in layers, so if you peel off a layer, you aren't experiencing the entire blend.  He said to always cut, or break downward, through the block to experience it how the blenders intended.

If someone remembers differently, please correct me.

That actually makes a great deal of sense. I've always tried to cut through the layers to get a sampling of everything.
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Idlefellow

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Funny stuff Geof!
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