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Which ones are the ones to grab here?
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Which ones are the ones to grab here?
Maduro's are a killer deal at $14.99 for 10!!
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Maduro's are a killer deal at $14.99 for 10!!
I snagged these right when the deal came up on cigarpage.Com FyR Cabinet Seleccion Habano Genios 10pk and FyR 10th Anniversary Reserva Limitada Gran Toro 10pk, I have also bought the A. Flores Serie Privada Habano SP52 a month back and they were great, the PDR 1878(all of them) are great for the price also.
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I snagged these right when the deal came up on cigarpage.Com FyR Cabinet Seleccion Habano Genios 10pk and FyR 10th Anniversary Reserva Limitada Gran Toro 10pk, I have also bought the A. Flores Serie Privada Habano SP52 a month back and they were great, the PDR 1878(all of them) are great for the price also.
My buddy needs these by memorial day weekend. Can I buy them now and will they still hold flavor before then? Or am I better waiting for another deal? Not a cigar smoker so don't know when these go bad.
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My buddy needs these by memorial day weekend. Can I buy them now and will they still hold flavor before then? Or am I better waiting for another deal? Not a cigar smoker so don't know when these go bad.
Cigars don't go bad. They can dry out. I would say, if you want these or think these are a good deal. You can buy these, put them in a Tupperware box(air tight) or ziplock, with a boveda pack ($6 with prime & good for 2 months) [amazon.com] from amazon or your local cigar shop/store that carries cigars(would be cheaper to get the boveda..if they even carry them). a 69% RH would be perfect. I think these are great stick for the money and would say get them.
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You need some for of humidification, they'll last years and years stored correctly.
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Is the Flores y Rodriguez Cabinet Seleccion Habano Unicos any good?
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Cigars don't go bad. They can dry out. I would say, if you want these or think these are a good deal. You can buy these, put them in a Tupperware box(air tight) or ziplock, with a boveda pack ($6 with prime & good for 2 months) [amazon.com] from amazon or your local cigar shop/store that carries cigars(would be cheaper to get the boveda..if they even carry them). a 69% RH would be perfect. I think these are great stick for the money and would say get them.
eBay has Boveda for $4 with free shipping. Save few bucks. I would also go with 65 instead of 69. And if they are in air tight tupperware, they can be good for years, not just 2 months. If they do dry out, they are easy to recharge and keep reusing.
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eBay has Boveda for $4 with free shipping. Save few bucks. I would also go with 65 instead of 69. And if they are in air tight tupperware, they can be good for years, not just 2 months. If they do dry out, they are easy to recharge and keep reusing.
It all depends on how you like your cigars. But I think you might be right with Tupperware, I use 69% with my drawer humidors. But that usually means 65%ish due to volume of air. I can get them for cheaper locally too. I just used amazon as an example.
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Love cigar deals 👍🏾
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Cigars don't go bad. They can dry out. I would say, if you want these or think these are a good deal. You can buy these, put them in a Tupperware box(air tight) or ziplock, with a boveda pack ($6 with prime & good for 2 months) [amazon.com] from amazon or your local cigar shop/store that carries cigars(would be cheaper to get the boveda..if they even carry them). a 69% RH would be perfect. I think these are great stick for the money and would say get them.
cigars DO go bad: http://www.mikescigars.com/blog/w...96x604.jpg
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cigars DO go bad: http://www.mikescigars.com/blog/w...96x604.jpg
They can if stored incorrectly and you are pointing out an instance where a cigar was stored in a too humid environment and could have been handled with contaminated hands too. You can also point to cigar beetle outbreaks. But in this case it was about having them dry out.
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They can if stored incorrectly and you are pointing out an instance where a cigar was stored in a too humid environment and could have been handled with contaminated hands too. You can also point to cigar beetle outbreaks. But in this case it was about having them dry out.
cigar beetle outbreak typically won't happen within a month due to poor handling by the consumer

on the other hand, improper humidification is more of a likely issue for an atypical smoker. whether it's lack of humidification or too much by way of wrapping a cigar in a wet paper towel. so saying cigars don't go bad is misleading.
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cigar beetle outbreak typically won't happen within a month due to poor handling by the consumer

on the other hand, improper humidification is more of a likely issue for an atypical smoker. whether it's lack of humidification or too much by way of wrapping a cigar in a wet paper towel. so saying cigars don't go bad is misleading.
I agree that typically a beetle outbreak wont happen within a month(has it happened yes, but the perfect storm of things happen in those instances), but i was being a bit extreme like you were. Who in the heck was advocating wrapping a cigar in a wet paper towel? Confused I was talking easy ways for him to store cigars for two months using an ultra safe and fool proof method - boveda packs. Also truly if cigars are stored correctly, cigars do not go bad. I do not believe saying cigars don't go bad is misleading. They don't go bad on their own. I have cigars that are over ten years old that have been perfectly fine with zero issues. The typical issue most people run into is letting their cigars sit without humidification and dry out. Every case of mold I have run into, has been because people try to over humidify or live in a really humid area and zero air conditioning(plus have bad seals on their humidor/storage solution).
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