A few years ago, I started a scrap jar. I'd put the remains if a tin an jar, that wouldn't add up to a full bowl in said jar without much thought. Some smoked fair and some were terrible, but I had no great smokes. Considering I didn't keep scraps of blends I didn't like to start with, I was surprised at first. About a year ago, I changed my strategy. Instead of a large catch all, I keep a couple of small baby food jars for specific remnants. Or I leave the partial bowl in the original jar and mix it with another specific blend of similar composition. IE- a Virginia jar, a Lat one and a Burley jar. I've had much better results with the range improving from smokable, to good to great. Today's smoke is a case in point for a great "scraps" smoke. I smoked a 1.5 oz jar of Peter Heinrick's Special Curly down to maybe half a bowl's worth a few weeks ago. I also killed most of a tin of Escudo. I imagined those flavored possibly going well together, so combined them last night. Together they added up to a single large bowl. On a whim, I adde to small pinches of Carter Hall. The Escudo was mostly the dust from breaking up coins, so I rubbed out the SC before combing. Once the CH was added, I mixed it fairly well. I'm smoking it now in a Hackert spool, and the flavor is fabulous! I'd smoke it again for sure. Slightly sweet, a tad malty, with a little spice, and very smooth. What do you guys do with your scraps?