Living in South Florida where it is almost always humid, I figured that the problem with keeping cigars would be keeping the humidity level down. I was not thinking properly as while the humidity outside may be 88%, inside the house it stays right around 55%. I did not take into account that the A/C runs year round and keeps the humidity way down. I now have a 50 count humidor that stays right at 67% and a few small tupperdors that stay at whatever boveda pack level I put in them. I have been thinking about using a large jar as a currently smoking humidor. It could be decorative and with a 65% boveda pack in it, I would have a choice of a few different cigars to smoke on hand. Is there anything detrimental to tobacco that is stored in a jar?
Logistics cannot win a war, but its absence or inadequacy can cause defeat. FM100-5