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Old 11-21-2013, 03:41 PM   #1
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Will an improperly seasoned humidor hold humidity?

Hello all. I seasoned my antiem by running the inside down with distiller water and letting it sit overnight. This was done some time ago and my humidor holds humidity well.

Today, I picked a stick from the bottom of my humidor to smoke. The moment I lit it it burned fast and lacks in flavor. I've noticed that, sometimes, my cigars seem light in flavor and burn strange.

My humidity is holding fine, but is it possible that the cedar needs reseasoning? For a week?

If so, how do you guys recommend I store my 200 cigars while it seasons? Coolidor?
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