Last week I was tidying up the tobacco cabinet that I call a cellar, and I came across three "kitchen sink" blends (a total of about two pounds) that are all dated 07/04/11. I think that's when I started to cellar and was fancying myself as a blender of sorts - so I took two tubs of Prince Albert and started blending it with a bunch of left over tins of this and that. I'm pretty sure I wrote down what's in them, but I can't find the damn note pad so I don't have a clue about what's actually in them. One blend is labelled Yorktown, one is labelled Yankee Clipper, and one is labelled as Old Kilt. I think the Old Kilt has a Stokkebye coffee-flavored aromatic in it. I'm pretty sure they all have a healthy dose of Virginia leaf in them. I mixed a left-over tin of Peterson Irish Oak and and a left-over tin of McConnell Red Virginia (both have Perique) into either the Yankee Clipper or the Yorktown, but I can't remember which one. I've had an urge to smoke these "creations," but I've got a bunch of stuff already opened as it is. Also, I'm undecided if I want to wait a full year to let whatever is in those jars marry, or if I should just let the curiosity get the better of me and crack them now. What says the peanut gallery? Crack them open or wait a few more months?