I was recently pouring over the "sophisticated," benevolent accolades of cigar smoking to my girlfriend, who is still a little skeptical of the whole cigar thing (she hates cigarettes) when she asked me the simple question, "Why does aging help a cigar?" I stood there looking at her with my simple, primitive cro-magnon brian spinning wildly trying to formulate the best lie I could. Finally I just stood there like the dumb primate I am and said, "I have no idea." Defeated, I knew I had to turn to Club Stogie for an answer. I read some old posts and saw that some cigars are actually worse with aging. What is the deal? To age or not to age...and why.