Travel Humidor Question
Chefjohn
Posted 6/12/2018 3:50 PM (#741812)
Subject: Travel Humidor Question



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My wife got me a 6 cigar cedar lined travel humidor for some upcoming trips. Seeing that this will not house any stick long term should it be seasoned? I do plan to use either a Boveda pack or Drymistat stick for a himidifier.
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Beegerply
Posted 6/12/2018 4:09 PM (#741813 - in reply to #741812)
Subject: RE: Travel Humidor Question



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Boveda pad will work I use them all the time, get the small ones.
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Deener27
Posted 6/12/2018 4:10 PM (#741814 - in reply to #741812)
Subject: RE: Travel Humidor Question



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Chefjohn - 6/12/2018 3:50 PM

My wife got me a 6 cigar cedar lined travel humidor for some upcoming trips. Seeing that this will not house any stick long term should it be seasoned? I do plan to use either a Boveda pack or Drymistat stick for a himidifier.


I usually just throw one Boveda pack in it a few days before just to get it going. A Drymistat will generally take up one slot for itself so I would go with the Boveda.

Happy and safe travels.
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