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Old 04-24-2009, 04:35 AM   #11
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What does that mean?
Many Cuban cigars go through a period in their aging/maturation when their flavors go "flat" or "off." That period has come to be known as the "sick" period, or the "dumb" period. Some times, this period is accompanied by hints of ammonia in the aromas coming off the cigars, leading some people to postulate that it represents a second or residual fermentation. I don't personally believe that, because true fermentation is simply not possible at humidor temperatures.

Whatever the reason, some cigars hit a point where they simply don't taste as well. That period can last a couple of months to over a year. Sealing cigars during that period would definitely not be a good idea.
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