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It's not a hobby, but over the many years of living in this bigass house with this bigass garden that my grandad envisioned when he was loaded has taught me a lot about garden work. Mainly the shit aspects of it like trimming trees, bushes, hedges, that kind of crap. It's not a hobby, it's just something I do an awful lot of lately. Fuck plants with thorns.
As a subsection to D&D, I build a lot of characters that will never see the light of day since the character I'm playing in our current campaign is way too important to be left dead by the party. So if you ever need a pathfinder character built to flavor not to be OP as fuck, let me know
Truth, you'd need to have it stored literally opened up and airing out all day erry day for it to lose flavor in any short-ish amount of time. Generally a few months opened is still the same as day one. Could have been a shitty batch of tobacco though, maybe.
The flavor could have ghosted in your hose and pipe, or the problem is in the pie/hose themselves. First off try pulling through the hoses on their own, see what that gets you. A gunked up hose can be a problem, though not frequent with washables, it can happen!
Cole answered all you really needed to know, first try packing the bowl a bit better, just in case. But normally if you find yourself in a situation where you changed one variable and it all went to hell, it's probably that one thing. Are you making sure your coals are well and fully lit before putting them on?