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  1. I like nice toys as much as the next man, and who doesn't love their Cuban cigars. Storage is of importance but some of the humidors in this article are nuts. Who doesn't want the world's most expensive humidor? Just a cool million dollars. To me it's become more about what's in my tupperdors than the fact that they're being stored in a plastic bin. How about you guys? Some of your shudder at the thought of having them anywhere but a gorgeous piece of furniture. If you had to choose between buying a bunch of stock and storing in tupperdors/coolidors, OR a high end humidor (i.e. Elie Bleu, Aristocrat, or the million dollar option above) but not have the money of your initial investment in the humidor towards cigars. What would you choose? This isn't about the right way or wrong way to store. Just chatter about your preference. Cheers

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