I finally got serious about cellaring today. I went to Wally World and picked up two boxes of Kerr half-pint (8oz) jars, a jarring funnel, removable sticky labels, and a couple of Sharpee fine points. Each Kerr jar holds a bit more that one cup (two half cup scoops) of toby, filled up to where the threading on the jar begins. This gives it some breathing room. While I didn't weigh each jar, I'm gonna guess that each holds about 3oz ounces of regular toby or 20z of flake. Since I've got 22 jars of regular toby and 2 jars of flake (in addition to a big jar with 9oz in it), which means I've got about five pounds of cellared toby. Included in my cellar is about 18oz of Walnut, about 18oz of my own Scottish blend I call Old Kilt, about 18oz of some B&M blend called Yankee Clipper, about 9oz of Prince Albert, about 4oz of Stokkebye Luxury Navy Flake, and 30z of Sugar Barrel. I kind of feel like Scrooge McDuck here, greedily counting and recounting my little horde. I can't wait to cellar more. While this is a mere pittance compared to others' cellars, I say that from little acorns come mighty oaks! But for now, I'm content to fill the bottom shelf of my pipe cabinet with my precious stash.