Storing 1Q

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  1. mrpipster

    mrpipster Active Member

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    Dose 1Q age well in sealed mason jars.
    Or dose the flavor fade after a while?
     


  2. dhintonca

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    My oldest 1q dates to only April of 2012 - I put the sealed zip-log baggy into a plastic "air tight" box and it seems to be just fine!
     
  3. kleidophoros

    kleidophoros Member

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    If you keep it in an airtight jar it should be fine but I don' think it will age, as in improve.
     
  4. ZeissMan

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    Being new to the code, what is "1Q"
     
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    dhintonca Member

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    It's a bulk tobacco from Lane Limited with several variant spellings: 1Q, 1-Q, 1 Q are the 3 most common. It isn't short for anything as far as I know. It's my standard.

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  7. ZeissMan

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    Thanx - right now I am working on a baggie of Carter Hall and a baggie of PA.
     
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