Education Tag Humidors
If you smoke cigars, a humidor is a no-brainer. Without a humidor, a cigar can last about 30 days at best, that is, if it’s in a cellophane wrapper. No wrapper? You’re looking at just three days.
In order to last, cigars need to be kept at a certain temperature, humidity, and moisture level. When these factors aren’t kept in check, your smoke will lose freshness and quickly deteriorate in flavor. There are a variety of ways to protect your cigars — from a fancy cabinet humidor to a simple acrylic jar humidor. However, if you’re looking for the best of the best, the electric cigar humidor is the way to go.
At Cigar World, we love a good desktop humidor. These relatively small, often budget-friendly products look great in a home or office setting. And, if well-maintained, they should last you for years!
Proper humidor maintenance is an issue that bedevils both long-time smokers and newcomers to the category alike. Indeed, achieving “perfect” cigar humidity at home is a tricky proposition –– particularly if you don’t have an unlimited budget to spend on high-quality humidification tools. The good news is we’re here to help regardless of your setup. Here’s how to tackle your humidification problems and keep your cigars fresh and in fine-smoking condition.