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Part of my140+ cigar collection - trimmed cellos

Part of my140+ cigar collection - trimmed cellos

I have NO idea if the trimming will help humidify - but separate gar flavors! My big humidor is going this way, but my two smaller humidors are cello-free - call it an experiment!

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Comment by Jack Ferguson on October 14, 2012 at 5:18pm

scott, thanks amigo... I'm enjoying trying them out one at a time. Hard job, but somebody has to do it right?

Comment by scott ramsey on October 14, 2012 at 3:43pm

fuck man! very nice collection!

Comment by Jack Ferguson on September 27, 2012 at 1:55pm

Nesto, I'd read that by pulling off the cello wrapper completely, you ran the risk of blending tastes - and strengths from adjoining cigars. Someone suggested that cutting off the end of the wrapper s would allow better humidification without running the risk of "mixing" flavors. However... since posting this, a friend said that he'd tried it and the only effect he noticed was a "weird taste" in the first half-inch of all the cigars. So, the jury is still out with my experiment! I'll post my experiences in a month or so!  Stay crazy man!

Comment by Nesto on September 27, 2012 at 1:29pm

Nice collection!!!!!! What is the purpose of trimming the cello off the foot??????

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