Humidors and storage stuff what's the right RH?
ok first off the 70/70 myth was made by the one and only zino davidoff! Well mr davidoff smoked cigarettes not cigars! So we will leave it at that. Next is well that's Cubans climate...not sure but when was the last time you were in Cuba? It's also called climate change. Personally if you are using the 70/70 or 70/72 method you surfed the web for bad info. Yes RH is very important for cigars but most people are just miss informed. Anything between 60 and 68 RH is very exceptable especially for certain cigars. Crap Olivia says up to 78 I think which I'm sure they say so you get mold and have to buy more! But really people if you have tunneling issues and all of that well it's too high RH in your storage! Store them how you like them! I like 62-65RH but that's me. I run certain stuff lower and certain stuff high because of how it smokes. Wrappers are the majors that I go with concerning the RH since that's usually the issue. But please don't be fooled by myths do a ton of research and you'll find out what really suites you the best. Yes it's a long process but that's what this hobby/fixation is! I was told a long time ago wet leaves smell bad when on fire...the drier leaves smell good. I put thought into that and tweaked things from there. It's a huge learning curve but once you realize the lies you were told it's a smack in the face! Go by what you like and not myths
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