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Old 04-15-2018, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default Storing cigars together

OK, I have been doing my own thing for years in regard to storage. I have an igloo-dor, and so I like to have cigar boxes in there so that the cedar stabilizes everything. However, I have usually tried not to put different cigars together in the same box, especially if they are seriously different in regard to their flavor profile. (like putting Oliva V in with Paul Garmirian Gourmet). There is always the fear that cigars will absorb from one another, especially if they are touching - thereby losing that which is distinctive to each particular stick.

And, as I have cigars that are anywhere from 21 years to 2 years old in there...

Do y'all think this is true?

Just something to get a new conversation started.

Or am I paranoid.

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Old 04-16-2018, 06:03 AM   #2
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Default Re: Storing cigars together

The only rule I've heard of is to store infused cigars separately from "regular" cigars -- the infusions can be absorbed by other cigars. I know many cigar stores have their infused cigars among regular stock and they do not seem to suffer any harm. But it can't hurt to keep them separate.

Other than that, you can do anything you want without any harm.

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At a herf a few years back Ajay was there giving Goatlocker "pointers" on how to store his cigars anyway one thing he said is to take all the singles and put them in boxes with a sheet of cedar between the layers, it's much better than in a drawer or just in a pile. That was his
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The only rule I've heard of is to store infused cigars separately from "regular" cigars -- the infusions can be absorbed by other cigars. I know many cigar stores have their infused cigars among regular stock and they do not seem to suffer any harm. But it can't hurt to keep them separate.

Other than that, you can do anything you want without any harm.

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At a herf a few years back Ajay was there giving Goatlocker "pointers" on how to store his cigars anyway one thing he said is to take all the singles and put them in boxes with a sheet of cedar between the layers, it's much better than in a drawer or just in a pile. That was his
This sounds like a good idea with the cedar sheets between the layers.
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I would agree with Da Klugs but a tree in the yard at shack for at least a year for a punishment pass cigar is far better than another’s garbage can
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Default Re: Storing cigars together

I would be careful storing cigars out of the cello next to each other. Naked cigars laying next to each other leads to a bunch of cigarillos crowding up your humidor. Just a word of warning.

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