How many cigars do you own?


How many cigars are there in your humidors/tupperdors/locker?  

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These polls are fun! The last one I put up seemed to get a lot of votes, so I thought I'd do another....

I only have 24 cigars in my tupperdor, but the total is 82 if I count the ones that Diana is having them package up for me. I own them, so they still count right? nyah.gif

 

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More than I need, fewer than I want.

Just enough (barely) to trim a tiny bit from the inescapable angst over never, ever, having enough Not enough to defeat the utter conviction I must seriously step up my purchases Just enough that it

I get the feeling it would be easier for some guys here to count the number of boxes

I get the feeling it would be easier for some guys here to count the number of boxes lol3.gif

Yeah, certainly seems that way! Perhaps I should have made 2000-5000 and 5000+ options! I figured....2000 cigars, that's 80 full boxes of 25, should be enough for anyone?! :) Wrong hehe.

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I had a a full edgestar...

That's interesting. That'a a refrigerator right? What temperature do you store your cigars at? I didn't know this was a storage method that people were using.

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That's interesting. That'a a refrigerator right? What temperature do you store your cigars at? I didn't know this was a storage method that people were using.

Yeah, its common name is a wineador. Wine cooler with custom built cedar drawers. It's pretty popular.

As far as the temperature, i dont turn the unit on unless it is hot in my house. My house stays between 68-74 degrees Fahrenheit year round.

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Yeah, its common name is a wineador. Wine cooler with custom built cedar drawers. It's pretty popular.

As far as the temperature, i dont turn the unit on unless it is hot in my house. My house stays between 68-74 degrees Fahrenheit year round.

Here is a very outdated picture. But you get the idea...

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Yeah, its common name is a wineador. Wine cooler with custom built cedar drawers. It's pretty popular.

As far as the temperature, i dont turn the unit on unless it is hot in my house. My house stays between 68-74 degrees Fahrenheit year round.

Thanks for that, and the photo! I have a very similar small refrigerator that I use of soft drinks, but it tends to impart a chemical-type smell to anything I put in there lol.

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