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98 years old cigar

Originally posted by rockylaroc September 01, 2020 00:29


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  • September 01, 2020 00:29
I currently own 17 Robt Burns cigars dated from 1922, I purchased them 15 years ago at an antique store here in Nova Scotia. I’v been slowly bringing them to life in my humidor for the past 15 years and I finally smoked one recently and it was fantastic.

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  • September 01, 2020 01:00
Here are pictures of my 98 years old cigars

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  • September 08, 2020 21:32
That's very cool. Is there a special method for reviving them? Is that wrapping that looks like foil their factory packaging?

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  • September 09, 2020 23:49
lloyd.ashton.sullivan on 09/08/2020 wrote:
"That's very cool. Is there a special method for reviving them? Is that wrapping that looks like foil their factory packaging?"
I had my back up humidor at 60 for 14 years and the last year I bumped it up to 68. I’ll be honest I didn’t think they would ever be smokable but the one I tried was great beautiful draw and taste. It is foil, looked like they are. I did some research and back then they were made with Cuban leafs filler.

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  • September 15, 2020 22:39
its cool to see a process like this succeed

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