Temperature damage to cigar?
Greetings everyone, I'm Amadameus - new to cigars, as can clearly be seen.
I usually allow the well-stocked tobacconist down my street keep everything in their walk-in humidor (it also smells delicious, and any excuse to go step in there is good enough for me) and pull a cigar or two as I need.
Most of the cigars in their humidor are also cellophane-wrapped, which helps to keep them from drying as they wait in my *** pocket during the trip to my location of choice. However, on some rare occasions my plans change, and I simply set the (still wrapped in cellophane) cigar on the dash of my car to wait until I have time to smoke it.
My question is, it gets quite cold up here in Wisconsin. So does my car, so do those cigars. Since they're wrapped in plastic I can't see them being damaged as far as humidity, but can cold temperatures damage a cigar? I've noticed they cut much worse.
Best regards to all and happy smoking!