. I wasnt going to even try but there were 75 high end NC's, and about 50 CC's, all had about 5-6 years of proper care and 6 months with no moisture. Ive heard several different ways to bring them back, but most advice was to let them sit with proper humitity as long as a couple years. I dont know if they will ever be what they once were but so far, so good. Good luck!!:ss
Cigars lose a lot of their oils when they completely dry out, so even if they become "smokable", they will likely never be what they once were, or even close. This can depend on how long and in what conditions they were stored.
Many people will say "Go for it", and if you have the room and the desire, you can. Perosnally, I wouldn't waste the time or effort if they are long gone.
Thats the long part of the story, it has to do with a divorce, a long child custody battle, and the deep depression he went into after.he let 50 CCs just dry up?! I've been lucky enough to smoke 2 and they were awesome!