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  1. Hello everyone, first post, so new to FOH. Name is Barry and glad to be a part of what goes on here. Read a previous post on this but there were not too many responses. I have noticed that many of my cigars wrappers tend to get lighter with age. This seems to be most prominent with my montes. 2's 4's and petit 2's. Masters seem to hold there own. Keep at 65/65. Is this a common phenomenon? All boxes have 2 to 3yrs on them. Thanks much
  2. Some people say there is no sick period for cigars right now. You can smoke directly from the box, and some say you need to wait at least 3 years to smoke a cigar. What do you think about it and what is your experiences about it?
  3. Hey guys. Looking to start my CC collection with a few boxes.. What is everyone's take on storing and aging for long periods of time?? My current setup is a few empty boxes with singles in medium sized tupperdor with a hygrometer and a few Boveda 65%. I was thinking of buying another, much larger, tupperdor for long term storage (3+ years) of boxes. Throwing a few Boveda packs in there with a few hygrometers (depending on size of the tupperdor) and possibly a small fan that I can control if I can find one. What is everyone's take on storage? Store boxes individually in a zip-lock back inside the tupperdor? Freezing boxes upon arrival? .. things like that. Also I don't want the sticks to be too inaccessible, as I would want to pull out a cigar a year to see how they are aging. Any info and advice would be awesome. Thanks!

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