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How BIG is your cellar?

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  1. donperique

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    I just used thepipetool.com to quantify my tobacco collection and was surprised how much it is - at last 8,6 Ibs, mostly Dunhill blends. For me, as an occasional piper, i guess it maybe lasts out for the next 5 years. And still, there are some tins out there I really, really, really need to get ... now

    So what is your average quantity stored?

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    Hit 200 pounds in 2017. Over 25 years of storing.

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    It exists in a state of being both sufficient and insufficient.

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    @Glut

    Gosh! That's probably more than you'll find in any average tobacco shop. Great!

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    There are those with much larger cellars on here.

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    12.3 lbs. it is contained to a blue tote and a drawer. I’ve been building it for about a year. Previous to that I just bought as I smoked it

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    20.54 lbs, with 3 lbs on their way to me as we speak. I've been smoking for about ten years, but only started cellaring last year.

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    I started smoking pipes a year ago and the main reason for cellaring was the dissapearence of Dunhill blends from the marked

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    Mine is about 10 lbs. I buy more than I smoke, so it is growing.

    Smoking is one of the leading causes of all statistics.
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    I have about 50 oz. Some tobaccos are on the 'to try later' list and 7 are in my rotation. Have not bought anything this year though.

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    I'm at about 200 pounds. I sold off some McClellands and grabbed some bulk to offset it.

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    It's quite interesting to see what "cellar" could mean ...

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    I'm a shade over 100lbs. It's a mixed bag of different tobaccos. I would like to get to about 200 lbs and then just maintain.

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    It exists in a state of being both sufficient and insufficient.

    Schrödinger's cellar!!! I love it!

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    @ 3rdguy

    I guess, just the small corner of the hall

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    I haven't cataloged it exactly, but I'd venture to guess it's somewhere around 20lbs right now.

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    It's a bit bigger than a cellar but not quite a bunker. Maintaining at about 70 pounds. Will add more if there is a good sale but I don't feel like I absolutely have to put more away like I did over the last several years.

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    Probably 15 or 20 pounds. I do expect it to grow exponentially over the next year or two in anticipation of the tobaccopocalypse

    Basically, I plan to stock up on some of the (pre-2007) blends I really enjoy before they disappear. In fact, that is the main reason my cellar is as "big" as it is now.

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    “I guess, just the small corner of the hall ;)”

    If I could fit a urinal in my cellar I wouldn’t leave lol The bin on the floor is Esoterica bags. I am done buying them. I was going to put them on a shelf but seems to make more s nose just to leave them in a bin.

    Only McClelland I have is Dark Star. I never buy a bunch of something just to get in on a frenzy. Some other advice I follow is only buy what I can pay for immediately. I buy the most when the 20% off sales show up. Buy enough for the free shipping option. Don’t chase the rainbow blends when they will probably end up golden showers

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    10-15 pounds

    Don't go chasing waterfalls.
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    None. House is built on a concrete slab with embedded radiant heat coils.

    It exists in a state of being both sufficient and insufficient.

    This I love.

    And 3rd guy- Holy sh**! And you have room to increase that 100% in that location alone. Nice "start"!

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    No idea. Guessing 40-50 lbs?

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    1.5 lbs. You are alls crazy

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    I haven't got a clue, except that it's probably around 100lbs and will likely long outlast me. I've pretty much given up buying more except to restock something that's run out, and I may not even continue bothering with that. I've left instructions about the disposing of it in my will.

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    247 pounds and growing.

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    Nice going 3rdguy!

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    What are those two big plastic containers on the top shelf (circled in red)? Is that bulk tobacco or cat food? I'm intrigued. Otherwise, I enjoyed looking through your stash, great stuff!!!

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    I have over 200 which will last me for quite some time. I said I was done buying back in 2013 but I still added quite a bit since then. I have around 15 or 20 boxes of tins sitting in their original shipping containers because I have no other place to put them. Some of those boxes have 50-100 tins in each.

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    Thanks doc, those are glass actually.

    One is my daily smoke; Old Joe Krantz (current production)...the other is Sleepy Hollow from 2017. I am not going through the Sleepy Hollow as much as I thought so it may sit there a bit, ages well however.

    I have Crooner in a similar jar which is also a daily. I only keep my daily smokes in that type of jar and pull from them to fill other jars.

    Also: wife owns a dog training company so the rest of my basement is for dogs being shipped in for training (I kid not). Local dogs are trained at her facility. So no, no cat food here!

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    It exists in a state of being both sufficient and insufficient.
    This I love.

    Just being honest here.

    3rd your cellar is very nice! But I'm waiting for Dean (peckinpahombre) to post his setup.

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    3rd your cellar is very nice! But I'm waiting for Dean (peckinpahombre) to post his setup.

    I am a nobody on cellars but I bet there are a few lurkers that have some well stocked leaf as well as Dean!

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    3rdguy, you know you're going to have to weight all that for us, eh?

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    I switched from cigars to pipes in November of 2017, and have managed to get up to 29 pounds since then. Almost half of that is bulk. I'd like to have that much in Chelsea Morning and Plum Pudding alone by the end of 2019...

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    Basically not a cellar, I buy and smoke.

    Keeping those 3 smokable tobaccos in rotation and that's it.

    Money doesn't allow for more.

    That's my life.

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    The cellar is huge, sadly the tobacco in it...not so much. I have around 40 pounds.

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    A meer 2 pounds, hopeing to grow it soon

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    A meer 2 pounds

    Definitely not a clencher.

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    ^Ha!

    Not as big as I'd like but bigger than I'll ever need.

    Roughly 1000 tins and sixty pounds of bulk. Half the bulk is one blend (which is probably stupid). Not sure what the tins come to, weight wise. Most are 1.5 to 2 oz, with a wide smattering of 8 oz and other odd, larger sizes.

    I wish it were better organized.... That picture above is awesome, @3rdguy.

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    At an average weight of 2 oz, 1,000 tins = 2,000 oz = 125 pounds.

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    A meer 2 pounds
    Definitely not a clencher.

    Haha

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    50lbs, give or take a few ounces.

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    Just had to move mine to make way for the wee bairn that's coming, I should have counted. It takes up four 27 gallon totes filled to the brim with tins.

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    Always buy more than I smoke and never track the exact number. A rough guess, 20~25 lbs.
    At the beginning of 2018, a friend of mine set a goal that we both cellar around 200 tins(50 grams) or equivalent amount of baccy but none of us achieved the goal, not even close. Thus this year we bring it down to 100 tins, with a constraint that those 100 tins should be the ones that we never smoked before.
    Let the cellar grow, they say.

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    some of it...

    "the weez"...
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    It all depends on who you ask.

    According to the wifey, I’m insane. Too much.

    Compared to Peck, I’m amateur hour.

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    I’m at work right now but here’s a few pics I have on my phone.

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    I love looking at photos of peoples stashes of tobacco. I have around 45lbs, scattered in jars for bulk and a couple of totes for tins. The most of my collection comprises of lat heavy and American english blends. I used to go pretty hard a few years ago, but I cut back on the smoking and the buying this last year. When I see specials for my favorites go up, I'll buy some and take advantage of free shipping.

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    According to the wifey, I’m insane. Too much.

    Compared to Peck, I’m amateur hour.

    Life is always about perspective.

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    Unless you have an inventory, many of you may have MUCH more than you think. I did.

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    Way less than I use to, but still more than I need.

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    I think I'm approaching 80 pounds. My PAD and TAD have slowed down, as I feel pretty secure about my position.

    If they ban pipe cleaners, however, I may come up short. Have to work on my...PCAD?

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    Wow ... some people here have some storage rooms full of tobacco, enough for a few generations. I guess my question would be, how much is enough? I have a few kgs, and at the rate I am smoking, it is too much. If you view it from a pragmatic smoking view, cellaring hundreds of pounds is pure madness. If you view pipe tobacco collecting just like any other collectible, for say like coins or stamps, then I would say some of your collections are very impressive.

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    I love these threads because they make my 1 1/2 totes seem normal.

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    I love these threads because they make my 1 1/2 totes seem normal.

    +1. To all my friends and colleagues, I have an insane tobacco hoarding habit. To the folks here, I have a modest collection.

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    Something I consider regarding my cellar is how long I could continue smoking what I have if all tobacco sales ceased tomorrow. I'm young (25), so it would theoretically take me a lot more tobacco than some of our more seasoned members.

    I keep track of poundage in a spreadsheet, but I also keep a running tab of how long it would take me to smoke my existing stock. I use the rough estimate of 150 bowls per pound of tobacco (I think I saw that on here some time ago), and estimate how long before I ran out at a reasonable amount of smoking (5 bowls/week) and my worst case scenario (2 bowls/week).

    As of right now, my 21-ish pounds means that I can sustain 5 bowls per week for 13 years, and 2 bowls per week for 33 years. Still only gets me to age 58 in worst case scenario mode, so clearly I'm planning to keep stocking up!

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    I look at it this way. The average bowl weighs .12 oz. That's 133 bowls per pound. If I average 2 bowls a day and live for another 35 years I've got 12,775 days to go or 25,550 bowls to smoke. 25.550/133 = 192.11 pounds of tobacco.

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    I have about 25-30 lbs. I try and add a pound or two every few months. I'm not an everyday smoker, so I have no idea how long it will last. At 4 grams per bowl and 3 pipe fulls a week, that's 20-21 years of tobacco.

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    I lost count of the actual weight, when the iPhone Pipetool app was discontinued by the worthless scumbag developer. At the time of it's crash, I was peaking over 200lbs. I vaguely kept up count to 250 lbs, but for the last three or more years, I just keep a mental record of putting in more than I take out. With my own homegrown tobacco harvests, I have a good guess at how much is in the cellar. But, it would be boastful to post my estimations. Besides, it's like my wife says, "I could care less what you do with it, as long as it's really big."

    Have I mentioned what a scumbag I think the developer is? Why would someone just let their excellent pipe smoking app just go without keeping it updated? And, to re-inventory my tobacco would be worse than my year end business inventory. I'll just forgo the fancy apps and websites... because of the scumbag Pipetool app guy. Screw him.

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    @Spartacus, Voorhees

    I wonder if there are cigarette smoker out there, calculating the same way ...

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    Cosmic, I absolutely agree with you about The Pipetool app and the tool that let it go away. It was easy to use and my entire cellar was in it.

    After the app became unusable I just logged what I had once on a spread sheet and really don't deal with it.

    Did I say I completely agree with you about the creator being a scumbag?

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    My cellar is about 900’sq. It’s not all usable, the stairs and fireplace/chimney suck up some space, and the utilities, too. Either eay, it’s pretty much packed with all manner of crap. Enough crap to last the rest of my life.

    Michael, I’m interested in your opinion of the Pipetool app’s developer. Wadda ya’ think?

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    Here is a rare photograph of the Pipetool App creator at work... BTW, it was an awesome app, for those who didn't use it. It was going great and did everything you could want. So be weary of investing too much time on keeping your cellar recorded on an app or website. What if tomorrow it wasn't there?

    Anyway, here's the pic...

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    Congratulations on the baby(?) lochinvar. My "cellar" has always been only a month's worth of tobacco in my desk drawer. Even if I had the funds to lay in a big supply, have always been leery to do so given the horror stories I'm always hearing of folks opening up their tobacco containers to find moldy tobacco which would be a big $ disappointment to say the least.

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    ...folks opening up their tobacco containers to find moldy tobacco which would be a big $ disappointment to say the least

    Any investment is a gamble. My advise to anyone would be, if you can't afford the loss, then avoid the gamble. I have had to throw away pounds of things at a time. Despite folks suggesting this or that prevention, the fact is, you will lose some things.

    Know yourself, and to know that you cannot afford the risk is a great start to just staying out of the game.

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    Sorry to hear about the Pipetool app. Too bad that my preferred app, Memento Database, isn’t available on iOS. It’s a customizable database for Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux with many publicly-available templates. I found a pipe tobacco cellar template and then made a few tweeks for my own preferences. The beautiful thing about Memento is that the database can be exported (and imported!) to/from Google Sheets. The worst case scenario is that Memento goes away, but my exported data remains.

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    Cosmic....

    Don't be lazy.

    Pen and paper never crash.
    Never need updating.
    And looks much cooler that way.

    I'm going to start a paper log....

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    I am impressed gents
    Not a clue, not really. About 8 square meters ? It is a genuine cellar; steep stair,dark, cold and dry, no mice ( so far ). The stash will probably outlive me since I'm a very light ( outdoor ) smoker.
    Amongst it one big cardboard box stuffed with genuine last Dunhill indoor production SMM , about ten "tall boy" tins of that heavenly stuff too.
    All in top condition.
    Some rare American tins, hard to obtain here and old english tins, original F&T Wingate mixture and so on.Need to get rid of some.

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    So, let me get this straight, Cosmic: The Pipe Tool still exists online. But you were using the Pipe Tool phone app. The developer abandoned the app without warning, and your data wasn't preserved in the online version? The app and the online version were separate entities?

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