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Drew Estate ACID in humidor ?
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M82
Posted 5/22/2017 9:31 PM (#707662)
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Anybody keep them in humidor with your non infused sticks? How long would it take for the flavor to "infest" the other non infused cigars would you guess? I bought these before I even knew what infused cigars were ! Thanks for sharing any experiences you may have with these. I actually have them in a cigar shop zip top bag with a drymistat tube not in my humidor but would like to put them in if it would be ok.
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Posted 5/22/2017 9:44 PM (#707664 - in reply to #707662)
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I had a CAO Vanilla in my humidor for about 4 years and didn't notice a difference. But keep these things in mind: A) It was still in cello, B) The other cigars in my humi for that duration were not top dollar smokes, and C) A little vanilla may have just made the others seem "creamier" to me, but I had never smoked them before. But really, I never tasted vanilla in any of them.

Edit: Oh and D) I'm pretty much a newb

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Posted 5/22/2017 10:26 PM (#707666 - in reply to #707662)
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It's not suggested to do so. You can always get a small rubbermaid/ziplock container and keep a Boveda in with them
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Posted 5/23/2017 7:45 AM (#708678 - in reply to #707666)
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bstessl - 5/22/2017 11:26 PM It's not suggested to do so. You can always get a small rubbermaid/ziplock container and keep a Boveda in with them

 X2, I would be more worried about them touching and transferring flavors that way

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Posted 5/23/2017 7:51 AM (#708680 - in reply to #707662)
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Like Brian said, quarantine them. Infused cigars will not only effect the cigars in the humidor but will also get into the wood in you're humidor and then the only thing you can store in you're humidor is infused stuff. A separate storage with a Boveda pack odrymistat tube is the best way to keep infused cigars.
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Posted 5/23/2017 10:49 AM (#708682 - in reply to #707662)
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I have been to the D.E. factory. Even they keep the ACIDs segregated in another part of the facility to prevent other cigars from picking up flavors and odors from the infused sticks. Same goes for coffee infused cigars.
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Posted 5/23/2017 1:38 PM (#708694 - in reply to #708682)
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Smoke em, don't store em!
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Posted 5/23/2017 4:37 PM (#708708 - in reply to #708694)
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nirab - 5/23/2017 2:38 PM

Smoke em, don't store em!


After reading the great replies here in this thread - I was thinking the same thing !
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Posted 5/23/2017 9:05 PM (#708746 - in reply to #708680)
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ntanner - 5/23/2017 8:51 AM

Like Brian said, quarantine them. Infused cigars will not only effect the cigars in the humidor but will also get into the wood in you're humidor and then the only thing you can store in you're humidor is infused stuff. A separate storage with a Boveda pack odrymistat tube is the best way to keep infused cigars.


Wonder if the Drymistat tube that's been in with them is tainted ? Meaning the gel ?
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ntanner
Posted 5/23/2017 10:40 PM (#708750 - in reply to #707662)
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Yes it is. Take it out and smell it. I guarantee it will smell like the infused cigars.

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