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So if it’s full why did you have to hide it???


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Because @CVAC085, just like wife's titties, what's in my Wino is for my eyes only! And the thread is, "How do you store your cigars", not, "what's in your Wino"!

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Because @CVAC085, just like wife's titties, what's in my Wino is for my eyes only! And the thread is, "How do you store your cigars", not, "what's in your Wino"!

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Ayeeee, well played!! LOL. I mean we could start a new thread just for you, called Show us what’s in the wino or FYMB.....


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I’ve got a very Large collection of cigars 1 in a glass front cabinet and one is a giant inch thick Spanish Cedar box 5 ft wide 4ft deep and 4 ft tall. I run 2 separate Avallo Acumonitor systems for RH. The one in the Glass front cabinet is 16 yrs old it’s worked flawlessly the entire time. I keep the temperature at 68 degrees and the Rh at 68% as well.
The giant box is my deep storage and aging box. Many are unopened for more than 15 years or more. It’s full of boxes, I can’t buy any more sticks unless I pull a box out. I run the RH a little higher in the box about 72% and the temp around 65°. I find the higher RH helps the fermentation process and it has to penetrate the boxes. I do a complete rotation every 6 months inside both the units and I fill the water cans monthly.
I’m a cabinet maker I build all my own humidors and furniture in my home so I’ve got an advantage I can make them exactly the way I want. My spreadsheet says I have 2200 sticks aging and about 300 floating around.
I have a smoking shed in my backyard, I used the keep about 200 or so sticks in a yeti coolerdore but I just upgraded this week to a wine fridge that. Holds 4 plastic storage boxes w Boveda packs in each plastic Sistema container has a rubber gasket and locks closed, there available at the container store in a wide range of sizes.
I’ve been a cigar fanatic since 1986, I’m now in my early 50’s.
I have noticed that a lot of us are into scotch and Bourbon along with our cigar obsession, including a picture of my solid walnut bar I built about 10 years ago, I never figured I’d fill the top but then I didn’t think when I started out with a little mahogany desktop humidor in college I’d end up having as many sticks as a small cigar store either.
The last pic is my car humidor, yeah I have a car humidor made from Yetti’s largest water container. It can get to 110 degrees in my Black Honda Pilot, it’s got a wide range of sticks a cutter a small size refill bottle of Xikar butane a lighter or 2 and a cutter. I just grab it and go and I’ve always got some with me. If it gets left in the car for a day or two the sticks stay nice and cool and humidified with some Boveda Packs. Gosh what a long post thanks for reading I’m BillVan in Harrison, AR. Stay Smokey and wash your hands !! If your reading this likely your in the demographic for the H1N1 virus.







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Some really great ideas here. I'm currently rocking tupperdoree, but I'm working on getting 100-200. more cigars. The only thing that holds me back from a wineadore is always needing electric.
 
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Some really great ideas here. I'm currently rocking tupperdoree, but I'm working on getting 100-200. more cigars. The only thing that holds me back from a wineadore is always needing electric.
My wineador is in my closet and unplugged. I just have the boveda packs in them. And every week or so I try to open the door for a few seconds of fresh air. Works ok for me.
 
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