I have dried my Burley just hanging in the garage but it has taken many weeks in the past years to dry completely and I have had a few mold issues on the stem, but not the leaf. This year I allowed the leaf to yellow (took 3 days) and then dropped the humidity down to 60% to dry the stems. This worked out great no mold at all, but I was wondering if this quicker drying time will effect the taste down the road. I do not plan on smoking these leaves any time soon. Or does it not matter as long as the color is correct? I did allow several clusters of leaves to dry slowly to compare. I just was interested if this changes anything. Is there a better way of curing the burley that I am not doing or other ways to dry the leaf that will effect the taste?