Flue-cured tobacco is cured in kilns or barns.  This method is essentially heat-curing the tobacco without exposing it to any smoke, with a slow increase of temperature over the course of curing. Time spent flue-curing varies greatly.  This method delivers tobacco high in sugar with medium to high levels of nicotine. Resulting tobacco  is milder, with a smoke that is easier to inhale.

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