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Old 01-24-2010, 03:50 PM
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Default Keeping of Cigars

Hi, I thought I would ask this on here, just incases someone can help. In June I went on Holiday to Cuba and collected a lot of cigars although not much of a smoker. Most of them are in tubes and appear to be fine but some, which are not in tubes, are going hard,I havent' correctly looked after them.

I've just purchased a humidor but is there anything I can do to save the ones that have already started to go bad?
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:02 PM
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Default Re: Keeping of Cigars

The humidor should help preserve them from getting worse. If they are to far gone nothing will bring them back to original freshness.
I sometimes soak the ends of my old cigars in brandy for a few secs. I then let them dry.
It makes an old cigar taste a little better.

It's not usual to see someone who is not much of a smoker buying a humidor.
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Old 01-24-2010, 09:40 PM
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I dont smoke anymore.

But when i did, i liked to smoke cigars,

Liked to smoke the bigger ones that the pub sold.

But i really wanted to smoke one of those real big expensive Cuban cigars, i would of paid good money for one also, just to enjoy it, like you do a wine.

But i no longer smoke, Doh ! ..

Sorry, could not answer your question, as soon as i got hold of a cigar i smoked it.

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