Cello - on or off?

stogie fan

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I usually just store my cigars in mud, then when I get ready to smoke one I put it in the dry box for a couple years. Works fab.
 

Bsneed51

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Whatever happened to the newb that started this thread? I'm assuming he got the boot at some point.
 

cabaiguan juan

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Just think, how many times has this been asked and answered. Still same question 20 years later. Should have a list of permanent answers to repeated questions..👋👋👋👋

Also, I can’t remember when I last heard the designation “”EMS CIGARS”””. only the British had a procedure to prove to verify if a Cuban cigars was genuine and not counterfeits.
”EMS” (ENGLISH MARKET SELECTION)
On. Always on. And if they don’t come with it in, get ya some and put it on.
 

Oldmancigar

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My opinion... if the cigar has cello, you are getting the wrong cigars 😁
I know your joking, due to your preference in the CCigars. And I had the same attitude 30-50 years ago.
I was buying my first Cuban cigars from old man “NAT” (Sherman) at his Broadway shop In the 1960’s.

But, during 1990’s with the new and old school cigar manufacturers were putting out these terrific and outstanding
Dominican blends. I have had to come to realize that Cuban cigars are not the only big boy on the block.

So maybe Cuban cigars should forget the overpriced tubes and for some Vitolas maybe use Cello 🤩
 
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