What Will You Cellar In 2019?

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xingpao

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Mar 11, 2019
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Ok, so with Dunhill and McClelland gone, what blends currently in production do you feel you need to make sure to set aside this year? I am open to any type blend for consideration.

 

kanaia

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Feb 3, 2013
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I'm going to put away the Sutliff Crumble Cake series and Macbaren Modern Virginia for sure.

 

hawky454

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Feb 11, 2016
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Sorry, I’m not going to share that with anyone. You’d be better off doing the same. Word gets out here and it’s all over. I’ve made hints in other threads but that’s is far as I’ll take it.

 

spartacus

Preferred Member
Nov 7, 2018
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Mesa, Arizona
Arango Balkan Supreme, Orlik Dark Strong Kentucky, Capstan Gold, SPC PPSR, Squadron Leader, Esoterica Ramsgate/Stonehaven, & Black Frigate are on my hit list this year.

 

rdavid

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Jun 30, 2018
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Milton, FL
Finally settled on a few key blends to go deep with as my cellar is way too wide so I'm ordering pounds now.
3 pounds on the way. Sale on C&D bulks so a pound each of Engine #99 and Super Balkan. Also ordered a pound of Stokkebye LBF in anticipation of my "Virginia" summer.
Want to add 15-20 pounds this year.

 

cigrmaster

Preferred Member
May 26, 2012
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United States
If I were still cellaring I would be going after blends that are in most cases readily available. Here is a list of some of those blends.

Capstan Blue Flake

Escudo

Mac Baren Old Dark Fired

Solani 633

Solani 660 Silver Flake

Savinelli Doblone d'Oro

Orlik Dark Strong Kentucky

GL Pease Navigator-needs a good 5 years but worth the wait.

 

cohibajoe

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Mar 2, 2018
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Sorry, I’m not going to share that with anyone. You’d be better off doing the same. Word gets out here and it’s all over. I’ve made hints in other threads but that’s is far as I’ll take it.
I am with you on this one...As in another thread about "Cyprian Latakia", blends that's use this will be going into my cellar.

 

mityahicks

Member
Nov 18, 2018
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Yeah, my Latakia favorites will be well represented. Even though it softens with time, it is still tasty with age.

 

pianopuffer

Senior Member
Jul 3, 2017
451
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NYC
Cig - as someone who cellars both the DFK and Navigator, how do the two compare? I tried a fresh tin of Navigator and almost tossed the entire bowl. I do love me some Orlik though...

 

sablebrush52

Preferred Member
Jun 15, 2013
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My days of cellaring are over. I'll buy something to replace a blend that's run out, like C&D Yorktown. If I was still on the hunt it would be Esoterica Dunbar and Hastings, HU Director's Cut and Makhuwa, GL Pease Telegraph Hill, Cumberland, Haddo's Delight, Sixpence, and Union Square, Rattray's HOTW, H&H Anniversary Kake, RO Perique Series GP-11, Savinelli Doblone D'Oro, Mac Baren St Bruno, and one or two others.
Fortunately, I started cellaring years ago, so I have a goodly supply of McClelland Christmas Cheers, the Numbers, Red and Black, Tudor Castle, Beacon, Deep Hollow, The Frogs, Grey Havens, Jubilee, 2015, 2010, 5100, McCranie's Red Ribbon and Red Flake, Stave Aged Virginia 35, the 40th and several others, Motzek Strang, Brigham Klondike Gold, A&C Petersen Escudo, and other extinct tobaccos that I enjoy.
When it comes to tobaccos, I lack for nothing.

 
May 22, 2018
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I am saving money to start my own business, and I will not spend another dollar on tobacco or pipes. In retrospect it did nothing to improve my quality of life.

 

workman

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Jan 5, 2018
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Ever so slowly I'm cellaring Royal Yacht, FVF, Capstan Blue Flake, HoTW, St James Flake, Stirling Flake, Dunhill Flake, Dunhill Dark Flake, St Bruno Flake. Several others might get on the list, but my slow pace forces me to narrow it down a little.