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  1. saltedplug

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    I had about 170 lbs in the cellar, now gone, thanks to you.

    If you dare to confess publicly, how much in your cellar?

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    I have a little over 170 lbs. Give or take a couple of pounds I've never added in.

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    Estimated 5# all up in various configurations

    Or , about 10 years supply at current rate

    “listen: there’s a hell
    of a good universe next door; let’s go”
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    Estimated 5# all up in various configurations

    Or , about 10 years supply at current rate

    Ditto

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    I have a armoured warehouse full of Mcclelland hidden somewere under the arctic ice. You need to be prepared for the coming tobacco apocalyps

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    According to tobacco cellar I've got 35lbs, 90% are VaPer and Virginia blends and I don't plan on adding any more, although it might be tin out/ tin in for a while.

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    I have no idea, that's probably part of the issue. lol

    If I had to guess...30-35 pounds?

    20% McClelland
    20% Gwaith
    15% Dunhill
    10% Esoterica
    15% Ratray's
    20% various "other" primarily va's. Pease, Solani silver, Flake medallions, Stokerbye etc.

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    20-25 lbs I guess. Still adding.

    Jason
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    11.59 lbs on hand, approximately 7 lbs of which are regular smokes for me. Accumulating at roughly 1.5 lbs/month.

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    60 lbs. I have slowed my rate of growth; just focusing on some favorites to age now.

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    I’m guessing cosmic has enough to supply the Western Hemisphere in the event of a global castrophe

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    You musta made a killing on the sales, Saltedplug.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    Well, I just don't like to look like a braggart. I will add that a lot of my cellar is what I have grown.

    Michael
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    I don't plan on adding any more, although it might be tin out/ tin in for a while.

    The best laid plans are one thing, TAD another.

    Cellaring is a hedge against the future, and as the amount to cellar is undefined, why not buy more tobacco? That's the spirit! I did, but now my cellar is, unaccountably, gone. . .

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    My cellar is enough for my needs. What are you going to do with all that extra space now salty?

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    9 lbs and growing slowly. I would like to reach 30ish lbs, which would equal a 10 year supply, give or take. Limited access to tobaccos makes this a project for several years.

    Smoking is one of the leading causes of all statistics.
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    You know? I don't know. Somewhere north of 100 lbs, quite a lot more than I need.

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    Just above 200 pounds. Somewhere in the 220s I think. Haven't done an accurate count for a while. If no more is added, it will outlast me, but I know I'll buy more.

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    You know? I don't know. Somewhere north of 100 lbs, quite a lot more than I need.

    I think sable is on to something here. The best cellar are large to very large, hidden in the dark somewhere down under and of indeterminent size, and that last qualifier is the most important. If you stop calculating the size of your cellar, you can always-rather, should always-keep growing it. Quite simply, the word is "more."

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    Nostradamus predicted the world will not last beyond the year 7000

    .. just say’n

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    Trying to find time to update the inventory but it has to be getting close to 300 lbs now.

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    My cellar as bulk lived in 36 cases of pints, so that's three stacks of 12. The tins lived in 6 large boxes under a table, so neither impacted space..

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    My cellar is technically completed. If the FDA shuts it all down tomorrow, I have achieved my goal. The rest is now just dabbling in new blends and enjoying the aged stuff already set aside.

    Cellar: 147 pounds as of today.
    Open/Rotation: 9 pounds as of today (lots of old stuff not in my active rotation, the one-offs, by next year I will have those smoked down and my active rotation should be very simplified).

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    Doing math like this is actually important for those trying to build a cellar for the long term (Hedging). I was very selective in what tobaccos to cellar in order to cost average the investment. For example, if you plan to cellar 100 pounds total, your next choice will be to cellar high-end ($$) vs bulk ($). Every penny counts when you start to add up pounds vs only a few tins. It's a very considerable investment.

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    I hate to admit I think I grew my cellar too quick. I have over 20 lbs in about a years time. Most of it I got on sale and fortunately most of it is Virginia and VaPers which I love, and very little English blends. At my rate, easily this is 10+ years of tobacco. My goal is to play it slow for the next year and find out which of these blends sing to me, then start to stock up.

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    I’m in at about 40lbs as of now. I’m pretty set, other than picking up the occasional unobtainium from time to time, and swapping out my aged rotation blends for freshly cellared ones to begin aging.

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    I'm going to start cellaring again on tobaccocellar.com, the chief advantage of which is that nobody cares whether I actually have the goods, and nobody is checking. I'm not going to buy anything bit oh!, am I going to say I did.

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    I was honestly a little surprised when I did a recent estimate of my cellar and found I had over 100 pounds. With recent orders combined with tins I picked up here and there that I know were left out of my count I estimate I'm probably nearing 150 pounds honestly. It takes up less space than you'd think. It should last me at least 30 years. Since I'm hoping to live to a ripe old age I do need to cellar some more but I'll be looking mainly for sales and bulks I like in order to keep costs down.

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    About 50 pounds and rising. Mostly Dunhill and Escudo.


    So you say you can drink? Well, I'm from Wisconsin. Try to keep up.
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    I now have no clue.

    I've had "cellar inventory" on the chore list for a month now, but have not set aside the time for it.

    Additionally, I have to remember every place I put some...

    I am finally beginning to relax about my reserves. Even without a tally, I know it will take a while to run dry.

    I may starve and dehydrate, but I'll have ammo and tobacco....

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    I may starve and dehydrate, but I'll have ammo and tobacco

    Got to like a man who has his priorities squared away.

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    20lbs and going.

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    I don't cellar. 1. About half of what I smoke is aromatic, so it wouldn't benefit. 2. I haven't fallen for one blend (or even several) that I love so much I want a 5-year supply of it. 3. I want my tobo buying habits to sustain an industry and reward blenders for staying in and making new stuff, so no chasing the last of anything for me.

    Also I can't afford it and don't have a place for a hundred tins.

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    I’m not sure, somewhere between 40-60 lbs I’m gonna guess. I can total up 40 just at a glance but then there’s a fair amount of miscellaneous jars & tins I’d have to count plus my tobacco hutch that’s my open smoking stash.

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    Y’a know , long ago a root cellar was exactly that , a small cache of overwinter root veg , pickled meat and provisions . It was before refrigeration and a good stoned walled cellar is dry and will not freeze .

    Just putting it out there for the SHTF guys , past is prologue

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    Sealed tins and jars cellared...4-5 pounds
    Rotation tobacco that I smoke...1-2 pounds
    Total...........................5-7 pounds

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    I don't cellar. 1. About half of what I smoke is aromatic, so it wouldn't benefit

    But they don't change much either. All of the jars and tins in my cellar are for immediate use if I choose aging will just be a perk. I'm hoarding so that I'll have tobacco when I can no longer afford it.

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    But they don't change much either. All of the jars and tins in my cellar are for immediate use if I choose aging will just be a perk. I'm hoarding so that I'll have tobacco when I can no longer afford it.

    Yup. I am in the 150-200lb range. I now can no longer afford to buy, but this will last me several lifetimes, unless my habits change.

    I have a little of everything and a lot of some things.

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    Yes, I did make some money in my sales though I kept:

    3 pipes
    8 oz Cumberland
    HH 10 to Midnight
    Dark Flake ~75g.
    1 tin Escudo

    I didn't have regrets liquidating my cellar as my body made it clear last April that I couldn't go on ignoring symptoms, raw throat, coughing, sneezing and non-cardiac related chest pain. They were getting worse and would continue to worsen. My solution had been that if coughing interrupted smoking, wait a few minutes until it subsided and continue on, and outside of smoking ignore all symptoms. Nothing was going to keep me from smoking. But I'm glad I listened as by this time the symptoms would be, I suppose, substantially worse.

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    I didn't have regrets liquidating my cellar as my body made it clear last April that I couldn't go on ignoring symptoms, raw throat, coughing, sneezing and non-cardiac related chest pain. They were getting worse and would continue to worsen. My solution had been that if coughing interrupted smoking, wait a few minutes until it subsided and continue on, and outside of smoking ignore all symptoms. Nothing was going to keep me from smoking. But I'm glad I listened as by this time the symptoms would be, I suppose, substantially worse.

    Seems a very wise move.

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    Wow, I feel better! Barely over 60 pounds — about as much as I can smoke if I smoke two 2g bowls every day for the next 25 years. I’ve actually managed to start parting with some of my stash. I just sold a bunch of vintage Dunhill tins and a number of excess Esoterica bags through Steve (Pipestud) Fallon. Super easy to work with, gets a good price, charges a fair commission, and pays very quickly. Highly recommended... as if he needed yet another recommendation.

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    246 tins according to my excel spreadsheet. Probably about another 5 pounds of bulk in jars. I'd like to think that I'm done cellaring but will probably slowly add a bit more over time. It really feels good to know that I can smoke in comfort for decades regardless of what happens tobaccopocalypse wise.

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    Best estimate would be about 9lbs amassed over the last 5 months. That, at my general rate of about 5 bowls/week, give or take, should last me on the order of 7 years or so. I'm still adding, but I'm going to be doing it with sales, and when various unobtainium briefly becomes obtainium.

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    Some of these #'s are astounding...I really have my work cut out for me.

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    I just looked and did some quick math. I lied... > 50 lbs

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    I have enough to smoke 12.8 pounds a year for the next 20 years.

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    Just north of 85 pounds.

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    I've always found these types of threads fascinating. I've got right around 60 pounds now. So, somewhere between way too much and not nearly enough - tough call.

    Tim
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    Best answer so far, Tim!

    somewhere between way too much and not nearly enough

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    My cellar is technically completed. If the FDA shuts it all down tomorrow, I have achieved my goal. Approx. 65#

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    Starting my pipe collection since March I've accumulated about 3Lbs in tins and about 1Lb in my rotation.
    Now that I've started to realize which blends I like and types of tobacco, I'll probably stocking up more on those particular candidates.

    I smoke probably 4-5 bowls a week so even what I have now should last me a few years, which is fine. I don't plan on hoarding more than 15Lbs at any time. As much as an investment it might be, I'd rather collect pipes too!

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    50lb or so. Most of which I don't reach for, so it sits & ages.

    someday .......

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    About 15lbs, and increasing slowly but surely, not including the bulks I use strictly for current blending. At my rate of smoking ~25 years. I want to get at least 10 more pounds

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    About 15lbs, and increasing slowly but surely, not including the bulks I use strictly for current blending. At my rate of smoking ~25 years. I want to get at least 10 more pounds

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    Maybe 40 lbs. most of which is sealed tins but I’ve got 5 lbs of Shortcut to Mushrooms and a few pounds of some other bulks.

    I know what I need, smoke, I can't recall the last time I tasted it....Gandalf in the mines of Moria.

    "we shall have to share pipes, as good friends must at a pinch'....'I keep a treasure or two near my skin, as precious as rings to me. Here's one: my old wooden pipe. And here's another an unused one...He held up a small pipe with a wide flattened bowl, and handed it to Gimli. 'Does that settle the score between us', said Merry. 'Most noble hobbit, it leaves me deep in your debt."
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    I would guess around 30 lbs. I buy when sales come on and like to get tobaccos that I have not tried. Currently at 120 different tobaccos.

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    So, I broke down and tackled the inventory today, as my wife left after 3pm for a music show and I had the joint to myself.

    I came up with about 39# in tins (50g, 100g and 8oz various) and about 45# in bulks jarred. At my consumption rate of 9g per day +/-, I have about an 11 year stash.

    Not bad for a 16 month effort. Another year of casual acquisition should get me to the senility years.

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    Traditionally, any time up to the Sanctus.

    Oh. Sorry. I dont have a cellar. I buy two tins or 5 ounces of bulk a week. Which is also probably traditional.

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    Getting to the point that if the pending Zombie Apocalypse occurs I will be fine in terms of tobacco. That's my goal!!

    I'm a fire, burning higher, trying to burn the Sun
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    About five pounds, if that, which at a bowl or two a day, with days off, will last for years. Just took on a pound of D&R Two Timer. I have several large tins or tubs, and many small tins.

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    Traditionally, any time up to the Sanctus.

    Love it! We trads are a rare breed indeed, I would say.

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    Well I am now paying off a truck and fifth wheel. If I hadn't cellared, I would be a traditionalist but not by choice. ha ha.

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    Oh believe me, I have a tobacco cellar also which may not be too traditional I suppose. I was quoting hugo's liturgical reference. Funny guy.

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    Not enough, never enough.

    It's not my position nor want to help another man. It's his responsibility to help himself, as where he can learn to dig down deep enough to save himself. -I. Kidd
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    Best estimate is just over 50 lbs. At a consultation rate of less than a pound a year, it’s decidedly more than I need.

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    I have enough to smoke 12.8 pounds a year for the next 20 years.

    Congratulations, Harris! You have earned your merit badge for hoarding, level 2.

    I've got considerably less and know that it's an entirely insane amount when I open the closets and look at the bins and boxes of the stuff. I'm not waiting for the tobaccapocalypse. I'm staring at it.

    And then there's the guys with hundreds and hundreds of pounds of the stuff who will never be around long enough to make a dent it it and are still buying more.

    What is the link between pipe smoking and OCD? It must be molecular.

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    Congratulations, Harris! You have earned your merit badge for hoarding, level 2.

    Yep. Hoarding is what the other guys does; Cellaring is what I do.

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    Jesse, only level 2? That must mean that Peck is level 10 as his hoarding knows no bounds.

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    35 pounds and growing slowly.

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    Not sure of the weight... I bought a lb of nightcap before it went stealth. I tend to buy too much, of everything.. The only thing I have spares of is nightcap, EMP, and Black Duck... I like to keep my options open... if I had to guess.. maybe 10 pounds

    Posted 8 months ago #

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