wmcstudios Posted May 20, 2019 Share Posted May 20, 2019 Hey all, I saw the recent post from Wednesday asking for a definitive guide to aging cigars. As a new-ish connoisseur to cigars (I've smoked for many years but have only recently started to learn more about the finer points of whiskey/wine/cigar tasting) I was wondering if anyone might help a newbie understand *why* we age cigars. I've read a bit about hints of ammonia dissipating after aging for a bit. I'm excitedly awaiting my first sampler, and wanted to learn if I should age them at all before dipping into them? Also, I've read that having a scotch or whiskey with a cigar, while nice, can kill some of your discernment of some of the more complex and subtle notes - is there any truth to this? Thanks! - Rob Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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