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Old 11-23-2013, 01:15 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Danforz View Post
All 3 of my calibrated hygrometers read between 67 - 70%.
I keep all my cigars at 65%. But certain cigars (usually Nics) seem to have more flavor at 75%. I don't like the way they burn at higher RH though.

I don't think re-seasoning is going to do anything at all for you. Your humidor is doing exactly what you want it to do.

Try keeping a second humidor (tupperdor, cooler, whatever) at 75%. Put the cigars in there that seem bland at lower RH and see what happens.

Or you could try putting those cigars closer to the humidifying source. in your Antietam.
First: So that a cigar, burn even, circularly, it needs that the tobacconist made it professionally well.

Second: That the cigar have the temperature and humidity necessary, and

Third: _________________________________? ......... (The first person that tells it to me, I will send him free, two René's cigars .

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