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Humidity control & storing cigars

Storing cigars correctly is essential to preserve their flavor and quality. Cigars are an investment in your lifestyle, your peace and happiness and how you unwind after a long day, so, now that you're a part of the cigar community its time to learn a few things about storing your cigars properly.

  • Invest in a good quality humidor. This will help keep your cigars at a consistent humidity level and protect them from heat and light. Direct sunlight and extreme temperatures can cause your cigars to dry out and lose flavor, making them less enjoyable to smoke.

A cigar humidor is an airtight container designed to store and maintain cigars in their ideal environment. Cigar humidors are usually made of wood, such as mahogany, cedar, or rosewood, and lined with Spanish cedar. This lining helps absorb excess moisture and maintain a certain humidity level. Cigar humidors are the perfect way to store and preserve cigars for the long term.

  • Keep the humidity between 65-72% will help maintain the quality of your cigars.

  • If you do not yet have a humidor, store your cigars in an airtight container and in a dark area like your closet. This will help keep the humidity and temperature levels consistent.

Maintaining the right humidity and temperature levels will ensure the cigars last longer, taste better, and have a more pleasant aroma.

  • Rotate your cigars every few months, to keep them from drying out.

Rotating your cigars is a great way to ensure that they are evenly aged. Rotating your cigars will help keep them evenly balanced, ensures an even burn, and allows the full flavor and aroma of your cigar to shine, making the smoke more enjoyable.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your cigars stay fresh and flavorful.


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