Re: green mold spots on tobacco leaves
I do not smoke that much and do the same and leave it in the vapor proof bags. I have some stuff that is a year or maybe 2 years old if I did not rotate it properly. There are a number of ways to store and age leaf. When I was buying cans of PS Danish I had some that was 3 years old sealed in the can and was fantastic. Same with the lemon that was over a year old. The leaves will be fine. The newer stuff tastes really good and tastes young. I will be keeping mine in the bags. I will shred a pound in advance and ferment it and will sometimes sweat the tobacco.Hi Y'all
I had a question for Don and he asked me to post it on the forum to get a general opinion. I store the leaf in the bags as it comes from Don and only open the bags to shred as I require it. Is it OK to store the leaf long term (12 mths) in these bags. I will be opening the bags I have received in the last couple of weeks to check for any mould and if OK I will reseal them. My own home grown leaf I just store in closed cardboard boxes in a spare bedroom and bring back to case the amount I am shredding each time. How do you guys store/process your WLT?