Something I’ve been trying to wrap my head around is the taste of vinegar in pipe tobacco. From what I gather, people feel it is a good thing. Why is that? Do they just like the flavor?I understand that in a lot of cases it is a sign of age; however, it is also a sign of age in wine. When vinegar is found in wine it is a sign that either something was not stored properly or it has passed it’s prime. Is this the same case with pipe tobacco? Has the fermentation gotten to the point that it has passed its prime?