Reading Time: 2 minutes Partagas Cigars has released some unique new blends this year, and the new Partagas Valle Verde line is no exception. Boasting a big first for the brand is the 3-year-aged Mexican San Andrés wrapper. Read all about it now.
Hope for some dried-out cigars
Q. I have aquired some [dried-out] cigarsthat haven’t been maintained in a proper humidor. Can they be re-hydrated, or are they not worth bothering with? If so, what procedure do you recommend?
– Ron R.
A. It depends on how dried-out they are. If they’re hard like sticks (real sticks, lol), they might be better off as kindling. If there is any life to them at all, say, a modicum of “spring” in them when lightly pinched at the foot, there may be hope.
To answer this question in further detail, please see the article, What’s the best method for restoring dry cigars?
If you are able to revive them, keep one thing in mind: chances are they will have lost the original “bouquet” (to use a wine term), they would have had, had they been stored under proper aging conditions.