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Samhain2000
Posted 5/16/2009 10:41 AM (#29692)
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If you buy cigars that are individually sealed in glass tubes, do they need to be stored in a humidor?
I do not think that do but I would rather ask.
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lowpro75
Posted 5/16/2009 11:46 AM (#29693 - in reply to #29692)
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I never really thought about it because I just stick everything in the humidor. I would tend to agree with your thinking that you wouldn't have to but if the tube is not airtight how would you know?
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Ken Kelley
Posted 5/16/2009 12:28 PM (#29694 - in reply to #29692)
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If you can be assured the tube is 100% air tight I can't see how they would dry out. On the other hand, I don't think they would age very well. Don't cigars need to breath a little when they are aging?
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DonM
Posted 5/18/2009 7:53 AM (#29754 - in reply to #29692)
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I occasionally enjoy a Cuesta Rey Cortez Centro Fino Sungrown, of which comes in a glass tuve. I actually take them out of the tube when I get them, and have had no problems. I actually think they turn out better with some rest in the humi, with out the tube
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mountedshriner
Posted 5/18/2009 9:21 AM (#29769 - in reply to #29692)
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I asked my local B&M counter person and he said that the problem w/the tubos is that they "can't breathe" and should be uncorked at least and put in the humi. Sounds reasonable to me.
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Bob Cordell
Posted 5/18/2009 4:03 PM (#29786 - in reply to #29692)
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I always put em' in the humi...why chance it?
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nukbucko
Posted 5/18/2009 6:39 PM (#29793 - in reply to #29692)
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I take them out and putem in my humi.
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mhuss
Posted 5/19/2009 12:13 AM (#29847 - in reply to #29793)
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nukbucko - 5/18/2009 7:39 PM
I take them out and putem in my humi.



I definitely agree. Although I don't purchase many cigars that come in a tube, but if they do, I take them right on outta there and put them in the humi with the rest of the clan.

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druid
Posted 3/3/2015 6:29 PM (#541918 - in reply to #29692)
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I need a glass tubo to protect a rare cigar. Anyone know of a minimum 7.5x56 cigar that comes in glass?
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Brlesq
Posted 3/3/2015 7:21 PM (#541925 - in reply to #29692)
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Well at least Druid searched the forums for an answer before having to dig up a 6 year old similar thread to ask the question! Many of us appreciate that you looked first BEFORE you asked!



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sar127
Posted 3/3/2015 7:44 PM (#541927 - in reply to #29692)
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