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Old 10-14-2017, 04:53 PM   #1
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Humidor seasoning Q

My new humidor has so far reached 73 and climbing in under 24 hours and I am in a dry state. All I did was charge the humidifier and place a shallow dish of distilled water in it. I upgraded the useless analog gauge with an Xikar digital so I know it is right. I have never had a humidor season so quickly. Do you think I can place cigars in it already? They are all Habanos, with no cello of course, and in my experience properly stored cigars without cello actually increase the humidity. This is what I bought:

Kark: "Oddvar, maybe you want to go next."
Oddvar: "I'm thinking, what's the worst thing that can happen to me if I don't do the attestup? I mean, what's worse than being crushed?"
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