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Inspect the Wrap

Now, look at the leaves very closely. Are there any white spots? Or are they bluish-greenish in color? Can you wipe the spots off or does it stubbornly stick to the leaf? Once you brush it off, does it leave a sort of stain? When you roll and light a rolled wrap, and take a puff, does it taste fresh and heavenly or old and stale?

“White Plume” is a fairly common phenomenon in the world of tobacco. You can find “White Plume” on finely aged cigars and tobacco wraps. “White Plume” is perfectly normal and a sign of great smoking tobacco, that has been aged in the perfect humidity and temperature. In most cases, you can brush off the spots and leave no residue behind. There should be no damage whatsoever to your leaf, and it will taste fresh and be very much enjoyable to smoke. “White Plume” will appear whitish against the deep brown hue of your tobacco leaves.

How to Determine If There’s Mold Damage

The tell-tale sign of mold damage is the presence of blue green fuzz. Mold is using your tobacco as a food source, and some particles will stay fixed to the surface when you try to brush them off. The tobacco will taste stale or musty when smoked. If any leaves you receive from us have mold, do not smoke them. Return them to the merchant for a fresh pack, but you need a sales receipt, and the package it came it as well. Snap a photo to send to This way, we will correct any issues we have in a hurry, by alerting our Tobacco Factory to a potential problem. “”Your fellow smokers will appreciate the help.””