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How To Take Care Of Your Humidors

The cigar is a sign of royalty and class. Since ages, famous people made the cigar as a fashion signature and class status of men. Cuba cigars are a legend now among the tobacco genres. But if you are a cigar enthusiast, then you must know how fragile they are. A critical humidity and temperature are significant to keep the cigar in the right taste and aroma. Otherwise, there won’t be any different from the damp, old, and a twenty cents cigarette. Here the humidors come as the saviour.

What Is A humidor

Humidors are versatile containers made specially to maintain the critical level of temperature, humidity, and purity. If the cigar remains in excess moisture, then it will rot, decay the aroma, and eventually form beetles. That even sounds horrific for a Cuban cigar strip. In another way round of excess heat or dryness, the cigar will shrink, give off the aroma in the container only, and remain as nothing more than a leafy vegetable. None wants that either.There are walk-in closet sizes of humidors. Not only for cigar and tobacco storage, but you can also use a modified version of the humidor to seal anything. Old versions of desktops and other electronic appliances keep well in such containers. With its multiple parts, the humidor acts as a buffer system. Usually, it has a humidifier. The humidifier is mainly a foam soaked in distilled water. The simple system can hold the moisture, add extra humid when the outer environment is too dry, and make the cigars worth the money. About seventy per cent of humidity is essential for a great smoke. There is another thermostat to maintain the temperature of the container Because excess temperament can decay the cigar very fast. Some advanced designs include a hygrometer in the box.

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Humidor Maintenance Tips

You have to take good care of the humidors so that they can take good care of your stoggies. So, before starting the use, you can season the humidor. Cedarwood will do the work fine. The Spanish cedar wood is excellent moisture absorbing material and keeps your cigars safe for ages. Once you stock the humidor with stoggies, then keep it in a cold and dark place. Make sure the box does not come in contact with direct sunlight. The perfect temperature for a cigar vox is more or less seventy-degree Fahrenheit. If you leave it open near the window or kitchen, the higher temperature will drain all the aroma and make the cigars shrank like the older woman’s skin. Having a thermostat with the humidor is very useful in this case. You can continuously monitor the up and down of the temperature. Humid is the most critical factor to maintain for a humidor. If you use the cedarwood, it will absorb the moisture. But, there is a possibility of losing the essential water in the process. So, keep a humidifier inside the humidor. Changing the humidor sponge once or twice in a year is a good idea. Otherwise, it can give a smell to the cigars. Distilled water and propylene glycol are the most used humidifier in these days.

Water is easy to use and replace. It is low maintenance. The only cons of using water as a humidifier are that you have to change it frequently. On the contrary, the propylene glycol is for the long term, locked up humidors. It maintains a certain level of humidity and doesn’t lower below that.

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