i have grown up helping my father in his woodshop so naturally i have inherited some woodworking skills and was thinking about attempting to create my own humi. i am running a cigar box atm and can only fit about 15 cigars if im lucky and i cant fit a toro inside. naturally this is a bit more maintenance than i want to tackle too as im adjusting my humidity levels way too often...
So what makes a good humi
I know it has to have a good seal and the lining should be of Spanish cedar with a waterproof lining outside the cedar.
But does anyone else have any suggestions and has anyone attempted this?
i typically just learn as i go along although this i predict to be a expensive project.
If i gain the balls to try this project i will post my process.