dan.sarv

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  1. Happy birthday. Thanks for all that you do for the forum.
  2. I have just been starting out on my Cuban cigar obsession. I have currently been using a Boveda Small Acrylic Humidor. It just holds twenty Robustos. I have one of the older models that doesn’t have the Spanish Cedar tray. It just has an acrylic tray to elevate the cigars above the Boveda packs, so it’s 100% acrylic. I needed something bigger so I ordered a Colibri Quasar Humidor. It’s a traditional humidor that is lined with Spanish Cedar. I guess I should have asked you all this question before I ordered it, but does the Spanish Cedar lining change the flavor of the cigars? I know that Spanish Cedar has been synonymous with cigars for probably thousands of years, but I want to taste my Cubans for what they are and don’t want anything changing their taste. Any help is appreciated.
  3. I was looking at those Yeti Loadout Goboxes, but I never thought of using one as a humidor. That’s actually a great idea. It has the organizer built into the lid that you can use for your cigar accessories like lighters, cutters, punches and a PerfecDraw. It also has the removable tray that you can use for singles like you’re doing and the bottom section for boxes. Plus it’s airtight and you can even put locks on it if you wanted to keep your stash secure.
  4. Thanks everybody. I’m glad to be here.
  5. Hi everyone, newbie from Maryland here. I was a cigar smoker in college as the wine store I worked in had a nice selection of new worlds. I haven’t smoked much in the years since I graduated, but I’m looking to get back into them. I’ve been lurking on this site for a while and have been soaking it all in. I have my phone alarm set for when the 24:24 gets posted so I’ve been checking that out for a while. I have yet to pull the trigger on anything, but hopefully will as soon as I learn more from everyone here. Nice to meet you all.

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