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Thoughts on low aged Tobacco and Pricing???

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Aug 7, 2022
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Hey all,

So basically what I'm interested in knowing is what everyone thinks about light aging and how that effects the price of tobacco. So I'm talking about 1-3 years age on the tins. I've been smoking for over a decade but relatively new to deep cellaring of tobacco. I have noticed that even just 1-3 years on some tobacco is enough to drastically improve the taste and experience. Comparing autumn evening and briar fox to some that's been 2-3 year aged is night and day. So i guess my question is would you spend extra to get still available tobacco but aged? And if so how much more would you pay for the age? Thanks