Humidor holding humidity but possibly not seasoned
So I live in Florida. Bought a humidor. Bought a humidity device. Left it in for 8 hours as suggested. Not sure if it was seasoned properly because the humidity always stayed relatively at 70. Recently cranked that sucker down to 65 and the humidity never drops lower than 68 unless I open it. Wondering if even though it's maintaining that, if it wasn't properly seasoned, if that would effect my cigars. Theory is that it may pull the oils if it wasn't properly seasoned even with a good relative humidity or if where it was placed in the box could give a false reading but haven't been able to find much online. Trying to figure out if my pallet was screwed up tonight from eating some whole grain jalapeno corn chips or if the cigars might be pulling oil out of the cigars. Also wondering if a robusto might have a different flavor than a Churchill of the same kind. Tried my Rocky Patel 15th I won from an auction and they seemed slightly less flavorful than the Churchill of the same kind from a local humidor room.