r3v0lutionary Posted April 13, 2010 Share Posted April 13, 2010 Last weekend I got my hands on a single Macanudo Vintage 1997 (Lonsdale, it seems), and it is pristine. I am told that it has been kept in excellent, 70/70 conditions its whole life, and this does indeed show - not a blemish or crack in sight. The conundrum which this has posed regards what I'm supposed to do with it now. My options are: A) It was a crap cigar to start with, and I should smoke it before it gets worse; It was an okay-ish cigar, back in the day, but sure as hell isn't going to get much better - smoke it soon; C) By some stroke of luck, it hasn't past its prime, and I should age it another __ years. Any pointers, thoughts, ideas? As a side note, I've been informed that this is a relatively rare cigar - is there any truth to this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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