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Cigar temperature and humidity monitoring
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Posted 11/7/2015 6:50 PM (#615365 - in reply to #590170)
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What's the best temperature for cigar storage?
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Posted 11/8/2015 4:53 AM (#615397 - in reply to #615365)
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70ºF is the optimal temperature for long term storage, although slight variations won't hurt your smokes. When temperatures get up towards 80ºF this makes for ideal conditions for beetle egg incubation and any untreated tobacco may have eggs that will begin to hatch at this temperature.........
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Posted 11/8/2015 4:58 AM (#615402 - in reply to #615397)
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Vroomp - 11/8/2015 8:53 AM

70ºF is the optimal temperature for long term storage, although slight variations won't hurt your smokes. When temperatures get up towards 80ºF this makes for ideal conditions for beetle egg incubation and any untreated tobacco may have eggs that will begin to hatch at this temperature.........


Thanks! I new the ideal humidity range but wasn't sure about temp!
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