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Old 02-13-2007, 04:48 PM   #1
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Over humidification

I have an older CO that had been working great. Some time over the weekend something happened and now all my cigars have an yellowish oily substance on them. Many of them look very wet and some have gotten a bit wrinkly. Question - does anyone know what it might be? How do I restore my cigars so that they don't appear wrinkly? BTW, whenever I handle the cigars, my hands smell very chocolatey, like the oils from the cigars have just burst forth onto the cello, etc.

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