More thoughts on the great debate!!
The yellow cello... People say this is cause by oils dispersing onto the wrapper over time. Is this correct? I'm not quite convince it is. In the past few years I have decided to dive into cigar aging mode I've read a lot about it. It seems almost everything contradicts it's self once read from a bunch of different threads, So here we go. I have had some sticks with over four years of age on them kept in the cello the whole time. The wrappers on these are still crystal clear! But I know the company will age them prior to hitting the market. I have had sticks that have a nice tinted cello on them but smoked like they were never aged or rested. I also started going thru some of my stuff and have noticed some with plume staring and the wrapper is clear! Why is this?! I'm starting to believe it is not the oils staining the wrappers but the gases causing a chemical effect making them yellow. It makes more sense to me at least. But I was wondering on everyone's thoughts and experiences.
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