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  • kern47
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    Originally posted by mcdee View Post
    Surely if you store correctly you won't have any problems.
    I would have thought so, especially with 65% boveda. Although I've got them all out of the cardboard and into a wooden humidor now anyway

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  • mcdee
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    Surely if you store correctly you won't have any problems.

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  • kern47
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    Originally posted by Simon Bolivar View Post

    Don't think there's a bad yr for Monte No4's in the last decade at least. Sure they'll be fine & ready to smoke. Question is are you going to leave them in the cardboard packets or take them out & store with your singles? Personally, I leave in tubes as I believe that adds something to the maturing process & ultimate flav but the cardboard adds nothing & is a mould risk if your humi's are slightly high - so personally I remove from cardboard.
    You know what... I was literally just about to make a new post regarding the cardboard. I'd not thought about the potential mold issue, but I was more concerned about what the cardboard would do to the flavour, although I am smoking one now and its lovely so far, even after 6 years in cardboard, although I cant help thinking they'll be better kept in a wooden humidor.

    So yes, I intend to ditch the cardboard and get them into my wooden humi as soon as I can after a reshuffle

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  • Simon Bolivar
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    Originally posted by kern47 View Post
    First new additions for a while.

    2014 Montecristo No.4, fingers crossed this was good year...

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    Don't think there's a bad yr for Monte No4's in the last decade at least. Sure they'll be fine & ready to smoke. Question is are you going to leave them in the cardboard packets or take them out & store with your singles? Personally, I leave in tubes as I believe that adds something to the maturing process & ultimate flav but the cardboard adds nothing & is a mould risk if your humi's are slightly high - so personally I remove from cardboard.

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  • kern47
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    First new additions for a while.

    2014 Montecristo No.4, fingers crossed this was good year...

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  • Haaltert
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    Originally posted by kern47 View Post
    I've not been able to find much info on them, dont seem to be anywhere near as popular as the Vigia or Reyes, but I like the vitola so decide they were worth a punt.

    Unfortunately not a lot of age... MSL DIC 19, but I'll be trying to put them away for a while

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    They are young but in the end you have a number of years to smoke them slowly. I’m convinced you will like rhem


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  • SHAMZ84
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    Nice additions.

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  • Tomm783
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    Nice additions buddy, I really enjoyed the Coloniales when I had one


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  • kern47
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    Originally posted by simwells View Post

    They’re very popular with those that have tried them, you won’t be disappointed. I’d say the best of the standard range


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    Well that's good to know then! I was going to get the Reyes, but thought they were far too mainstream :P

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  • simwells
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    Originally posted by kern47 View Post
    I've not been able to find much info on them, dont seem to be anywhere near as popular as the Vigia or Reyes, but I like the vitola so decide they were worth a punt.

    Unfortunately not a lot of age... MSL DIC 19, but I'll be trying to put them away for a while

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    They’re very popular with those that have tried them, you won’t be disappointed. I’d say the best of the standard range


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  • kern47
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    Originally posted by Haaltert View Post

    Love the Coloniales, congrats. Some age on them?


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    I've not been able to find much info on them, dont seem to be anywhere near as popular as the Vigia or Reyes, but I like the vitola so decide they were worth a punt.

    Unfortunately not a lot of age... MSL DIC 19, but I'll be trying to put them away for a while

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  • Haaltert
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    Originally posted by kern47 View Post
    Finally found some Trinidad Coloniales to add to the Cuban stock.

    Then some Brick House Corona Larga as a budget NC after seeing someone on here (I think) compliment them.

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    Love the Coloniales, congrats. Some age on them?


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  • kern47
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    Finally found some Trinidad Coloniales to add to the Cuban stock.

    Then some Brick House Corona Larga as a budget NC after seeing someone on here (I think) compliment them.

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  • SHAMZ84
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    Lovely haul you got there.

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  • Chris84Smith
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    Haha I know what you mean, the problem with being on lockdown is I have way too much time to look at cigars and plan on what I want to buy next. I'm not going forward with the specific objective to age my stash for X number of years, but I figure that as long as I'm buying more cigars than I smoke (my pre-lockdown consumption was only 1-2 cigars a week at most) stuff will just end up ageing anyway. On the off chance that I do want to put specific cigars away, I'll probably get some cheaper cigars like Quinteros or JLPs so I don't feel tempted to dip into my other stuff.

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