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Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

This is a discussion on Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection within the General Pipe Forum forums, part of the Pipe Smokers Forums category; Originally Posted by morefifemusicanyone Nice collection! Those short jars look like a great size for storing pipe tobac. A little ...

  
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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Big D KC's Avatar


     

    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by morefifemusicanyone View Post
    Nice collection!

    Those short jars look like a great size for storing pipe tobac. A little better looking than your standard mason jars too imho.

    I gotta agree Vrbas! I tried like hell to find those jars around here locally but never found them and gave up! Shipping cost on them from online sellers was just not worth it to me.

    Good lookin stash man!

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Big D KC View Post
    I gotta agree Vrbas! I tried like hell to find those jars around here locally but never found them and gave up! Shipping cost on them from online sellers was just not worth it to me.

    Good lookin stash man!
    Thank you. I actually got them at Costco. They come in packs of 4, i believe, and weren't all that expensive. The rest were just jars i picked up at walmart that have that waxy seal thing on them, seem to be working fine.
    My sad cellar

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    Big D, i can find them up here all over the place in Leavenworth county.
    "To be second guessed, you have to be the first guesser."

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by IHT View Post
    Big D, i can find them up here all over the place in Leavenworth county.

    Kansans..

    Just kiddin bud! I like how mine turned out in the cabinet. I'm content for now!

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    some ppl love those new Ziploc containers that are blue with snap on lids. they stack very well.
    "To be second guessed, you have to be the first guesser."

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Blaylock View Post
    Today...Oct 2008



    Did someone say "SLOPE"!

    I take it you like Escudo and Nightcap. . .


    I didn't spend six years in evil graduate school to be called Mister, thank you very much.

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Triathlete View Post
    This looks a lot like the set up at Low Country Tobacco (smokingpipes.com).
    Absolutely awe-inspiring!

    How many times a week does someone ask you "when are you EVER going to smoke all that"???

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Here's my current set up, wife has these old drawers lying around and let me use em


    Pouches in the big drawer


    Tins are in the other one

    Going to get some jars this weekend for my open pouches and tins

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    What are the reasons to buing such large volumes of tobacco? Some seem to have a whole years of tobacco in stock?

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegmatic View Post
    What are the reasons to buing such large volumes of tobacco? Some seem to have a whole years of tobacco in stock?
    Aging the tobac typically.
    Where did my signature go?

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegmatic View Post
    What are the reasons to buing such large volumes of tobacco? Some seem to have a whole years of tobacco in stock?
    Preparing for the new prohibition.


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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by aliefj96 View Post
    Preparing for the new prohibition.
    It worries me that we could well see that in the next 20 years. Amazing what mass misinformation does...I smoke one bowl max a day..that raises my RR (relative risk) is 1.07---where 2 would be double the risk-- of cancer. Campaigns against smoking show the equivalent of meth users in some places!! My grandfather died from lung cancer by being a chain smoker...I understand the risks + the genetic/health lottery. Next will be weight-ins and BMI checks to order fast food...---end rant.

    That said, I am super impressed with the cellars here! I have about 15 tins on the way next week, so I'll be able to add some to my list, and start having the beginnings of a cellar.
    There's nothing more relaxing then a warm bowl in your hand on a cool fall evening after a good meal.

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Finally got around to getting these posted. Here is my modest collection:

    Tin and Bulk:


    "Loose"/Pouch:


    Combined:

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegmatic View Post
    What are the reasons to buing such large volumes of tobacco? Some seem to have a whole years of tobacco in stock?
    For one thing its fun to receive a 30 lb box overflowing with baccy tins

    Mainly aging for VA blends. Smoke one, store one - is my motto. After a couple of years one has some delicious and mellow VAs to puff on.

    Another important factor is price and availability. Some blends vanish from the market; or get altered by a new blender. Taxes go up. Prices go up. Like fine wines, pipe tobacco (most types anyways) can be stored indefinitely. Imagine popping open that tin of Escudo I bought in 2008 for $8.40 - in 2018 when (if available) that same new tin would be selling for, say, $800? Well maybe not that much, but the price is already at $9.75 so I saved ... hmmm ... 8+9 carry the 1 ... hmmm ... I saved something.
    Ron aka RJ aka RJPuffs
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    Old age isn't too bad, when you consider the alternative.

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    Re: Photos of your Baccy Cellar/Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by JAX View Post
    Finally got around to getting these posted. Here is my modest collection:

    Tin and Bulk:


    "Loose"/Pouch:


    Combined:
    Nice cellar there Jax !

    I'll catch up soon !
    The early bird may catch the worm, but it's the 2nd mouse that gets the cheese !

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