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I lowered my humidity and temp levels in my Aristocrat early last week and have maintained a pretty stable 64/64 for about 7 days now and I just smoked an AVO #2 Classic and what a difference lower humidity has made. I now understand why I had to relight my cigars 3 times and why the burn was never straight, they were too wet. WOW is all I can say. Wet cigars of no bueno!!!

-Patrick

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» Good to hear it KB. An over humidified cigar often times will also be

» muddled flavor wise.

» Did you note any flavor difference?

It was def smoother in taste. I didn't notice any harshness that the last couple had which probably was a cause of them being too wet. I look forward to lighting up a cuban and seeing the difference.

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» I lowered my humidity and temp levels in my Aristocrat early last week and

» have maintained a pretty stable 64/64 for about 7 days now and I just

» smoked an AVO #2 Classic and what a difference lower humidity has made. I

» now understand why I had to relight my cigars 3 times and why the burn was

» never straight, they were too wet. WOW is all I can say. Wet cigars of

» no bueno!!!

»

» -Patrick

Glad you dig it Patrick!

You should find far fewer draw problems as well as better aging in the long term with more concentrated and subtle flavors.

~Mark

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