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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...r let the cigar dry out and never let the temperature in the storage container rise above 75 degrees.   Even when you store your cigars correctly you can still damage them or reduce the pleasure th...
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Written by: James Payne
#...does not become dry (you should keep it moist). Once the seeds have begun to sprout, you can transfer the to pots. Place the pots inside of a greenhouse if you have one; if not, use a cold frame or s...
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Written by: James Payne
#...u leave it in a dry area, the cigar will dry out. Wherever you store you cigar, it will moisten or dry until it is equal to the atmosphere around it. There are good and bad points to that of course (...
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Written by: James Payne
...t or worse, too dry. Lastly, look for tiny holes in the cigar. If you see them on one or more of your cigars, chances are you have a beetle infestation. I detail how to handle such a situation in a pr...
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Written by: James Payne
#... a few hours to dry in the sun. Your next step will be to take a half to a whole box of baking soda (depending on how large your cooler is) and put it in a bowl or Tupperware container (lid off) and l...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee while it’s drying in the airing sheds, while it’s resting and even in the factories as it’s being turned into cigars. Some of the other food sources for tobacco beetles are things like corian...
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Written by: James Payne
#...n. Too cold can dry out the cigar.   The best temperature rang for your cigars is between 60 and 75 degrees. You will want to try to keep this a steady temperature, as tobacco reacts to rapid tempe...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... and hung up to dry. You might find that some cigar experts like to refer to this process as curing but basically all that is happening is that the moisture content in the leaves is being allowed to e...
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Written by: James Payne
...s, so that they dry from the tropical breezes. Curing causes any chemicals added to the leaves to dissipate, and concentrates the tobacco flavor. Heat curing is used to speed this process up, though t...
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Written by: James Payne
#...perly or is too dry, it will lose its bouquet. Boxing: This is the process used to place cigars in a package. Boxes can be found in a number of varities, including the Cabinet Selection, whereby a wo...
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Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...nt can't be too dry and it can't be too wet. The environment certainly can't be too hot or too cold either ... it really does have to be just right.If the humidity in your cigars' environment falls be...
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Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#... watching paint dry. Baseball, likewise, but soccer is - Philip: Dynamic Gary: It is constant - constant action. Philip: So, I grew up in Italy. Gary: Yes. Philip: So, I am strongly involved wit...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...ny cigar in the dry environment of Las Vegas. We stopped by United Tobacco, makers of the 601 line to see what was new and were met by Eddie Ortega.  "Are you guys smoking cigars or what" Eddie ...
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Written by: Staff
#...was left with a dry tasteless smoke that gave me cottonmouth. Perhaps some humi time would have improved this experience. Overall Experience and Rating: The construct...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...; Things are so dry, you can practically see the cigar shrink as it gets exposed to the air.  Not necessarily the fairest environment to review in.  Some thoughts are there...more to come ov...
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Written by: mallenby
... allow these to dry out a little. I prefer to keep my humidor at 65%, as I find cigars burn better if they are slightly on the dry side. All in all for the price they were good. Not great, o...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...eet nuts with a dry, floral finish. Mild and mellow maduro flavor that developed into a chocolate flavor halfway through with hints of spice. At last 1/3 of the cigar left a bitter aftertaste." "The ...
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Written by: Puff Staff
...d been likewise dry and empty for a long period of time. - Test THREE was a larger desktop humidor measuring approximately 2ft long by 1ft wide, by 6 inches deep. Keep in mind, none of these humid...
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Written by: Puff Staff over to the dry tasting side.  A few of our reviewers mentioned time in the humidor improved their samples, and virtually eliminated the dryness.  This cigar qualified for the term three...
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Written by: Puff Staff
#...idify this bone dry humidor.  By the way, we set things a bit moist for the test, trying to reach and maintain a 72% humidity level. So how did it go?  Amazing to say the least.  First...
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