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What is a Humidor?

Final Questions
I just bought a few cigars, will they be ok without a humidor?

You can store cigars in a ziploc bag for a couple of weeks without any ill effects to your cigars. If you are planning on continuing with this hobby, the acquisition of a humidor is recommended.

Should I keep my cigars in the refrigerator?

Refrigerators are for food, not cigars! When you store the cigars in the refrigerator, the cold temperatures rob your cigars of moisture causing them to burn hot and harsh. Also, the other food in your refrigerator can taint your cigars. When you're smoking you don't want to "detect hints of vidalia onion".

For maximum enjoyment of your cigars, they should be kept in darkened environment with a climate below 75 degrees Fahrenheit, at around 70% humidity, hence the acquisition of a humidor for a serious cigar smoker.

Article Courtesy of Cigarado.com

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The History of the Cigar
Getting Started With Cigars
Selecting & Choosing Cigars
Storing Cigars
What is a Humidor?
 - Temperature and Humidity
 - Break It In
 - Charge Your Humidifier
 - Is My Hygrometer Accurate?
 - Final Questions
Humidor Tips
Humidor Advice
Cigar Etiquette
Smoking a Cigar
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