LOL that’s me exactly! There is usually rum involved (both in me and in the casing) which is why I started writing down on a piece of paper what went into each batch. Because in a day or 3 I can’t remember what I did and they all look alike once they are in the coolerator. So now I write each rolling session’s ingredients down and place the recipe under the sticks on the drying rack. The next day or so I check the paper and make the labels, and then put the bands on the cigars before they go into the cooler. Then it’s easy to choose what you are in the mood for. Something strong, or mild but flavorful, etc. (also if you notice the darker the bank color the stronger the cigar - helps when you are rummaging around the cooladore after a few adult bevies!)