i've been working on adding some depth to the cellar. i've got some blends that i like that i can get in 1 pound tins for a large discount over the price for a pound of 50g/2oz. size tins. i can't normally get this stuff in bulk. the 1 pound tin is definitely cellarable. but i can't smoke a whole pound of stuff very fast at all. so when i open it, i'll have to repackage it in smaller jars. i know that doing this will alter the aging process significantly. what i'm trying to decide is, should i get the big tin, and immediately repack it? or just let it sit as is, and repack when i get to it and just enjoy the experience at that point? i guess my goal would be consistency in the flavors and trying to stay true to the 2oz tin size flavors, as that's what i'm used to, while saving a little money in the process (actually it can be quite a lot). should my thought process be: the 1 lb. tin was recently tinned, so opening it now and repacking it in jars will have a negligible affect on the overall aging process -as well as- it will age slower in a 1 lb. tin compared to a 2 oz. tin due to volume issues, so repacking small early on will also help it stay closer to an aged 2 oz. tin in flavor? or is there something i'm missing?