First off, I'm not sure if this is the proper forum to post this topic in since I'm mentioning both a specific tobacco but am trying to figure out how to smoke it, but here goes: I'm sure many here are no doubt familiar with McClelland's Anniversary. I have a tin of it, and it's a lovely tobacco. In fact, I'd say it's one of my favorites so far. My question is this: in my tin, there are quite a few 'clumps' where the tobacco is stuck together, and a lot of it seems to be the latakia. Should I 'rub' or otherwise break apart these little flakes like I'm doing now, or would it be better to leave them whole and smoke them the way they are? It seems like the second option would create some inconsistencies in the packing, but I don't know.