Old Codger said: ↑ More of that Irish Oak, now in a Peterson Dracula 03. Tried a little of the fresher Irish Oak and that from the older jar is a sweeter and fuller smoke. Might just be smoking this all day. 19C(66F)H42% I don't really know how old the Irish Oak I'm enjoying is. Some where around 2 years since that is when I packed up the box that I found that jar in. I automatically empty most tins in to jars and rarely put a date on them. I find that I like what even a couple of months in a jar does to the way the tobacco tastes, and in the case of moist flakes affects the way they burn.