Some time ago I bought a poly bag of tobacco at a local drug store that had way to much humectant added to it. The tobacco is a sweet burly that has a pleasant taste and terrific room note. This tobacco will not burn hardly at all and the excess steam produced when it is burning is keeping the pleasant flavor of the smoke far in the background. My question today is how can I rid it of the excess moisture? So far I have tried spreading it out on a baking sheet and let it sit out for probably 6-8 weeks, it helped some but not nearly enough. I jarred it and put it away for a year, just checked it and it is still to wet. Is there a way to rid the tobacco of the excess moisture or have I wasted my money on something that will never be smokeable? (Blenders Choice-Golden Burly) I have heard of oven drying tobacco would that help? What temp and how long ?