Which means "Just In Time," in logistics-speak. That was the case with today's mail, where we were re-supplied just in time with these:
Those are Rocky Patel Olde World Reserve in the Lancero size. Note the extraneous "E" hung on the perfectly good and serviceable standard spelling of "old." I am NOT impressed; as a matter o' fact I find that practice rather annoying.
We were down to our very last everyday cigar... one each... the five sticks in the jar at right are what remains of my on-going experiment to "see if aging makes any difference" where taste, etc. is concerned. If you've been with me for a while (and have been paying attention) you know I set aside about a dozen of those Deep Dish beauties last Christmas for the experiment. Five are all that remain... what with me smoking about one a month as part of the evaluation process. Right now I'm of the opinion that aging a cigar for six months is a worthwhile endeavor, as these sticks are now the softest and most pliable cigars I've ever smoked... which is a left-handed way of saying they are fully humidified, perhaps even over-humidified. My guess is the smoking time lasts just a bit longer, as the cigar seems to burn a lil slower than I remember a fresh-out-o'-the-box Deep Dish doing. I haven't noticed any change in the taste: they're still wonderful.