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Old 02-19-2011, 06:10 PM
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I'm getting my tax refund soon and plan to buy a few cartons to set aside for the future. Whatever that might bring

What's the best way to store tobacco?

The freezer?

Thank you for any suggestions.

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Yup, I'd go with the freezer but you can also put them in the fridge too.
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Just remember refrigeration REMOVES moisture (that's how it works) and regardless whether you stick them in the fridge or the freezer make sure you put them in heavy-duty airtight bags.

If they are stored for over 3 months, unpack them entirely and put them in a humidor that is suitable for cigars for about 2 weeks prior to smoking them.

Why anyone in this day and age would still be smoking manufactured cigarettes is a puzzler. Those "store bought" smokes contain between 630 and 720 non-healthy additives (depending on mfg.) and whereas a few years back the avg. tube contained about 2 oz. of tobacco they now contain about .9 oz. of tobacco...which means more than 1/2 the tube contains some sort of filler that isn't tobacco. And let's forget the FSC and those cancer agents that all cigs have.
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Thanks for the tip on freezer storage.

I will use our vacumseal.
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Yes, I keep my cigarettes in freezer storage as, it stays fresh for a longer time and it even dont affect the freshness.
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