Humidor seasoning and a couple of other questions
Question 1. Just received my humidor a couple of days ago and got to seasoning it promptly...using water from the water cooler of delivered agua from "alhambra water bottling company". I was so eager to get to the task I didn't think to check whether the water was distilled. I for some reason took it for granted this is water that's packaged and sold and so would be free of the impurities that would ruin a humidor. Is my humidor ruined ? Can't I dry it out and then season it properly with distilled water and have it live its natural life?
Question 2. I have a package of sticks arriving shortly and need storage. I will probably get through this batch in a month or 2. Assuming I used non-distilled water for the seasoning, will the batch be safe in the humidor for that duration until I can properly season it?
Question 3. A lot of good deals on CCom come in tins. Are these tins, self contained humidors in the short term, say a month or two, which I can then use for storage while I make room in my puny 20 stick humidor.
Question 4. I am beginner cigar smoker. Not new to tobacco, though....I was chewing in my teens but rarely smoked cigarettes off and on. I had my first cigar I received from ccom and it really blew my mind. It was the Reposado '96 with a Maduro wrapper. I noticed a really wonderful smell to it. It smelled almost like a fragrant incense to me. Is this a character of the Maduro wrapper or the filler for the brand?
Question 5. The reposado '96 did not have a band. Is this a signature of this cigar brand that it does not have a band?
Thank you in advance for your replies.