How long do Cuban cigars last

When properly stored and well taken care off, Cuban cigars can last for a good 10 to 15 years.

This storing process is also referred to as ‘aging’ your Cuban cigar. It is a well known fact among seasoned Cuban cigar enthusiasts that aging your favorite Cohiba Siglo, Montecristo No 4, Partagas or any other Havana cigar can greatly enhance the taste and texture of your cigar. This especially applies to full bodied cigars such as the Cohiba Robusto or the Montecristo No 2.

On average, in a humidor of any respective Cigar enthusiast, you will find 3 to 5 years of aging per cigar. This is additional aging after the original purchase was made.

You see, Cuban cigars are like fine premium wine that only get better with age. In fact, some of the rarest and most expensive Cuban cigars are very well aged and when lit, can truly ‘bless’ a smoker’s pallete.

Also note that after you age your stogies, not all Cubans taste the same. This is a common misconception among novice Cuban cigar smokers. Before and after aging, each Havana brings its own character and taste to the individual’s delight. Whatever unique Cuban tobacco blend used in your cigar is only enhanced to bring you even more sophisticated unique pleasure.

Although aging is not necessary to enjoy a true Havana cigar, but if you would like your Cuban cigars to last, store them in a humidor and enjoy a more fuller cigar just a few years later.

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