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    Quote Originally Posted by 7kingsguy View Post
    He only dipped the head of the stick not the whole thing.

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    Sometimes that can improve the whole experience
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7kingsguy View Post
    He only dipped the head of the stick not the whole thing.

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    haha well i suppose that make sense!

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    FOH did a video on this:
    https://youtu.be/R85RSuwIDJc

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    Quote Originally Posted by moteyi View Post
    And..... ? Or are you still trying to light it?
    ...and? Well, after running a 3 year old H. Uppman Connie No. 1 - which I consider a slightly better-than-average puro - under tap water for a few seconds, followed by a light drying off, I must admit it smoked better than usual.

    Now, as we all know, there are many attributes, both physical and spiritual, that influence our overall puro enjoyment and yes, the “placebo effect” may have played a part, but I can say without reservation - it didn’t hurt. Just remember to rinse BEFORE cutting and keep the head pointed norte!



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    I've never heard of this practice before today. Interesting, but risky! For me at least!

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    Don’t get the last inch of the head end wet .

    remove band before running under tap .

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvickery View Post
    Don’t get the last inch of the head end wet .

    remove band before running under tap .

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    I thought it was the foot kept dry? now im all confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by puropunch View Post
    I thought it was the foot kept dry? now im all confused
    No no, be sure to soak the foot for at least 5 minutes that will prolong the experience of lighting the sucker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookmaker View Post
    No no, be sure to soak the foot for at least 5 minutes that will prolong the experience of lighting the sucker
    lmao!! ...ill soak the lighter too, just for good measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puropunch View Post
    lmao!! ...ill soak the lighter too, just for good measure.
    For the full experience you need to smoke it underwater. Just remember to bring a blowtorch.

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