In my opinion all premium cigars benefit from aging. Keep in mind that not all Cuban cigars are premium cigars by any stretch of the imagination.bulldawg said:Do you agree with this or not? No matter the origin (ISOM/Domestic -- premium or bundle) -- how much does age matter? Apparently it plays a rather significant role. Can you name some that aging doesn't matter so much, i.e. is great fresh off the truck?
They loose a little. But more so they settle and even out as the aging process goes on.Thurm15 said:Wouldn't the more mild Cigars lose there flavor after a while though? From everything that I've read your more Fuller flavored Cigars Benefit best from Aging.
Sooooo. How do you test that urine anyhoo? :r688sonarmen said:I forget what it was, not a very well known brand that my Dad gave me. It was probally 10-15 years old. Dont know if it was just the cigar or the age but it tasted like somone had pissed on it. I'm a urine tester so yes I know... Anyways after 10 years I dont think they get any better.
Yep... you can't polish a turd... and aging cigars is all about polish. The only caveat to this would be a cigar that's in a "sick" period... those can come around quite nicely.kansashat said:I agree with Moki. If it's crap to begin with, no amount of aging will help it & if you like a particular cigar at 5 yrs of aging, you may not like it as well at 10 yrs of aging.