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Just found it in the trunk of the car. Dry as bone. But you know what? suprisingly smooth and tasty. Anyone ever made these types of pleasant discoveries?

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Just found it in the trunk of the car. Dry as bone. But you know what? suprisingly smooth and tasty. Anyone ever made these types of pleasant discoveries?

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What else is in that trunk 8). That's now a 'vintage tobacco'!

Yes, that happened with Mac Baren's Mixture Scottish Blend. First time I tried it, burned me like a rabid dog, so I set the tin aside. Stumbled across the tin 6 months later, it dried a bit, & tried it again. That made all the difference.
 

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I found a *ton* of ziplocks and tins of tobacco I forgot I had a few years after moving to NM. In Cali, I could keep tobacco indefinitely (a couple months, not a couple years, mind you) in ziplocks/open tins without much trouble. Unfortunately, the high desert had turned all of it into rice crispies. I learned the small mason jar trick pretty early on here. I did find an unopened can of raven's wing in that stash that I believe I may still have in a mason jar somewhere - that was a nice surprise.

McL keeps in the tin suspiciously long here, though. A tin of FMOTT I had forgotten about for several months (a year maybe, even) was completely smokable except for the very top portion of the tin.
 
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