What is your strategy for cellaring tinned tobaccos? I'm not talking about your favorites that you smoke day in and day out - I'm talking about those blends you keep around to smoke when you're in the mood for something different or special. Right now my cellar is comprised mostly of bulk tobaccos. Most of those bulks are VaBur blends that I smoke about once per day, and the rest are a few "English" or Lakeland blends that I put out on the tobacco bar and smoke when I get the urge. These can be out there for four to six months at a time. I also have a goodly supply of bulk flake blends like LNF and LTF, because I smoke those quite a bit as well and a couple of ounces will last me a couple of months. My main cellar is more like a pantry than a cellar in the proper sense of the word, and it is devoted to those bulk VaBur and flake blends that I smoke at least one a day or so. I built it up primarily as a hedge against the day that mail-order tobacco became a thing of the past, and I wanted to be sure that I had enough of my favorites to hold me over. Well, mail-order is still going strong and I have about 20 years worth of my favorite blends on hand. My workhorse smoke is SWR, but I don't cellar that because I can just walk down to the store or drive over to the tobacco shop once a week to pick up a new pouch of that. My focus is now on cellaring tinned tobacco, and I'm talking about cellaring in the proper sense of the word. Heavy aros or Lat Bombs are not really my thing, so I'm not particularly interested in those. I'm interested in Virginia, Burley, VaBur, VaPer, English, Balkan, and Lakeland blends that I would like to keep on hand for aging and to break-up my regular rotation of SWR or bulk VaBur blends that fill the majority of my smoking needs. What do y'all cellar, and how many tins of each do you keep on hand? I've already got my sights set on MacB Club Blend, Dunhill Early Morning and Standard Mixture, Solani ABF, Pete Irish Oak and Old Dublin, McConnnell Red Virginia, Frog Morton and FMOT, Pease Cairo, and Captain Earl's 10 Russians. I think about three or four tins of each would give me a pretty good supply of these outstanding blends. My cellaring focus is now on tinned tobaccos. I'd like to be able to cellar a blend or two per month, cash permitting. So I'd like to know what says the peanut gallery when it comes to cellaring high-end, tinned blends? What tinned tobaccos would you cellar, how many tins of each would you cellar, and why would you cellar those blends in the specified amounts?