How do you know about aged cigars?

The changes experienced by cigars can be divided into several different periods. Different types of cigars have different time changes when they experience various changes:

Changes in cigar aging can be roughly divided into the following periods:

Morbidity: Within one year, there is ammonia.

The first mature period: From two years to fifteen years, the most flavored period of cigars.

The first empty window period: Some cigars will experience this period, the cigar flavor is basically stable.

Second maturation period: The cigars begin to show attractive scent. Not all cigars can enter this period.

2. The second window period: Some cigars will stop changing in the seventh to twenty years.

The third mature period: most machines do not enter the cigar, and cigars can enter this stage for at least 20 years.