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CAO Italia Piccolo Cigars @CI $3.99 shipped!

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Cigars International has a 5'er of CAO Italia Piccolo cigars in a tin for $3.99. Use "FROSTY" and get free shipping. Act fast, this'll be gone within mins folks!

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Nice deal but both my humidors are packed. Tu
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Nice deal. Ordered a tin. Thanks!
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Nice deal but both my humidors are packed. Tu
im sure u can fit 5 sticks.
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These are 4"x38RG cigarillos, not cigars, correct?

If so, I'll pass, but thank you for posting a deal. 👍🏻
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Doesn't list a size but given its in a tin and named piccolo I would imagine they are tiny sticks.
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These are 4"x38RG cigarillos, not cigars, correct?

If so, I'll pass, but thank you for posting a deal. 👍🏻
at .80 cents a stick, still worth a CAO cigarillo

Plus theyre long filler, so its a win win in my book
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Good deal. These are usually around $12-$15 /tin at a cigar shop.
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Good deal. These are usually around $12-$15 /tin at a cigar shop.
Facts....
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Can anyone recommend a cheap humidor?
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Can anyone recommend a cheap humidor?
https://www.target.com/p/sterilit...A-15079778

You can set up a tupperdor relatively cheaply. They have more sizes in store. The one I linked to is on the larger size.

Get some Spanish cedar from a cigar shop and pick a humidification option and you're good to go. I've used heartfelt beads, drymistat, black ice, and some others with success.
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Great find. Cao is always quality
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https://www.target.com/p/sterilit...A-15079778

You can set up a tupperdor relatively cheaply. They have more sizes in store. The one I linked to is on the larger size.

Get some Spanish cedar from a cigar shop and pick a humidification option and you're good to go. I've used heartfelt beads, drymistat, black ice, and some others with success.
No need for cedar, its just an extra. Great container, just get some 65% bovedas, 2 to be exact, and keep that thing sealed. Those bovedas will last atleast a year. Just open up weekly or so for a few mins to give cigars some fresh air and to release the ammonia built up inside.
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Grabbed one. Thanks
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Great deal thanks
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