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I just recently ended my experimenting with dry boxing as i noticed no difference whether it was in there a day or a week. Likely because my room rh is about 60% consistantly, so they weren't really able to dry out very much.

Also eliminated my on deck tupperdor and designated smoke times as I felt it had all become too rigid and was detracting from the enjoyment.

Now i smoke whenever the mood strikes me and pick out whatever cigar gets my attention when looking at my inventory.

Have been enjoying smoking much more this way

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I keep a little stash in the unit in a hard case travel “humidor” or ziplock bag, but I never add any Boveda or anything like that.

keep 1 cigar to cut chucks off as a chew / dip (whatever you call it) when I don’t have time to smoke but need a fix.
 

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It was really good. Almost chewy smoke with a charred meat flavor to it and a super bold leather note. Was an absolute smoke factory too...looked like I was vaping. :ROFLMAO:
Nice! I love it when they stay lit so well on there own and produce mass amounts of smoke. I find a lot of Drew Estate stuff does the same.
 
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