How long does tobacco stay fresh?

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Heidi Waters asked a question: How long does tobacco stay fresh?
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Date created: Wed, Jun 2, 2021 11:51 PM
Date updated: Mon, Aug 15, 2022 2:02 AM

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How to keep tobacco fresh | tips & tricks

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  • If you refrigerate or freeze the carton, the tobacco should remain fresh for roughly one year. After one year, the tobacco will usually develop a bland, even stale, flavor after that time period.
  • If you refrigerate or freeze the carton, the tobacco should remain fresh for roughly one year. After one year, the tobacco will usually develop a bland even stale flavor after that time period. If you have a humidor, you store the cigarettes in there, but they won't remain as fresh (usually 3-6 months) as long.
  • In an unopened pack the tobacco should stay fresh for around two years - however we know you've bought it to smoke so that's not really a consideration.

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Kept in an air tight container with something to keep it moist (apple wedge works nicely) and then placed in a refrigerator I've been able to keep mine fresh for over 2 months, normally however it'll keep for a week or two.

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