Gary is so right, I went from a 100 ct, to 200ct, to a cooler, bev. refridgerator unplugged, to old cedar chest, and i'm about to start w/ another small refridgerator that I should be using in my office for cool drinks for clients/ a beer every now and then for me!
Something tells me i'll be buying a few vinotemps, and repurposing at least
one of those fridges pretty soon!
Keep up the good work my friend!
If smoking cigars is on the "Darkside".... I don't think i'll ever see the "Light!!!
Yeah they are good, but from my finding you have to dry box them for a day or two before you smoke them.
+1 on that, I also keep them at 65% prior to dry boxing them. They are practically unsmokeable at 70%. They also do pretty well after a good 6 months of rest. Still waiting to see if they get better with another year of rest or not.
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