Number of posts: 3416
Location: Ascension Parish
Tobacco: Exhausted Rooster
Pipe: Rad Davis Golden Blast Apple
Registration date: 2008-04-22
|Subject: Re: Best storage/cellaring tips Fri 11 Feb 2011 - 12:20|| |
|I use the half pint mason jars and put 2oz in each jar put them back in the card board case and number the boxes. I have a list box 1 box 2 thru box 14 and what is in each box. I have been doing this for about 15yrs and it works for me.|
You've been doin' it for far longer than me, but that's what I do too.
Number of posts: 500
Location: Bel Air, MD
Tobacco: Pipeworks & Wilke #10 & #524, Peretti's Royal Blend & Tashkent, GL Pease Abingdon & Robusto, McClelland #27 & VA Woods, Solani Aged Burley Flake, Dunhill 965, Penzance, Fader's Istanbul & #325
Pipe: 1920 Comoy (800 Series), Barling EXEXEL Fossil Pot, Ardor Urano Giant, Savinelli Estella, Peterson Sherlock Holmes & Mark Twain, old GBD pipes, 1950 E Wilke Pot
Registration date: 2010-02-19
|Subject: Re: Best storage/cellaring tips Sun 13 Feb 2011 - 11:03|| |
I live in a condo so when I first started getting into cellaring tobacco, it was a matter of finding enough space to keep it in. One day I had an ephipany. Since shifting over itunes/ipods with my music collection, one day I realized that the huge CD cabinet in my spare bedroom was no longer needed for CD's. I boxed up all my CD collection and presto, I had the perfect tobacco cellar. Pictures will hopefully follow but I am pretty dang proud of it as it not nearly filled to capacity yet. I estimate that it will fit between 50-75 pounds of tobacco with ease.