I am determined to find a way to cold smoke in the tropics. The obvious problems we face here are a high outside air temperature (avg. 35° C) and high humidity (at times 85%) In order to get around this I have had the idea to channel the smoke through a functioning freezer which I redesigned with copper tubing on the inner walls to cool the chamber.
This will lead to a large amount of condensation collecting within the chamber, effectively dehumidifying the air.
My question is: Will this condensation collect on the meat or will it only collect on the copper pipes and walls of the inner chamber?