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edited May 2016
Should all wrappings be removed before placing cigars in humidor? A friend has told me it does not matter. I'm new at storing so please tell me.
It's a matter of preference. Cellophane breathes, so it really doesn't matter. I keep mine on for protection because I like to touch them
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Atmospheric pressure and crap.
Welcome to the forum, I'd keep them on for protection, but it really doesn't matter to the cigar.
If the cigar will be in some sort of moist environment, you've better off having the protection, so that you can still smoke it afterward, like most of us do.
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Hhhmmmm keeping them fresh? I like too make them old and crusty before I smoke them.
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Crusty is better than moldy for sure, brought my humi downstairs because it's starting to heat up in the closet I kept it in, outside wall, southern exposure.
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