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Lucky me. I ordered a tin of C&D Easy Times from JR Cigar and when it arrived I found that it was tinned in September of 2006. Bonus!
 
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A year of age may be just right. I haved opened older C&D tins which had mold all over them.
 

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Bill... shhhhhhh dont say that to loud. Everyone will start ordering from em.


I go to the store and hand select aged tins, why not? I have found some gems there for sure.
 
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puros_bran":gn0cslrc said:
Bill... shhhhhhh dont say that to loud. Everyone will start ordering from em.


I go to the store and hand select aged tins, why not? I have found some gems there for sure.
That's easy enough of the B&M you frequent doesn't do much business. My local B&M is Just For Him and they sell A LOT of tins, so you won't be finding a lot of aged tins there.
 

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I think JRs must sell way more online thatn they do in the stores...

I've 'rearranged' tins and come back two weeks later to find em just as I left em.
 

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puros_bran":lz7p7x8t said:
I think JRs must sell way more online thatn they do in the stores...

I've 'rearranged' tins and come back two weeks later to find em just as I left em.
I know what you mean PB. There are only a few select blends that seem to actually move in the JR retail stores. I purchased a large tin of Four Seasons at the Burlington store today and I know that the two tins they had there have been in there for possibly years. That blend has not been produced for quite some time.
 
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