Message posted by Alanza on March-29-2010 at 13:54 - IP Logged
I'm curious, do the cedarwood humidors not change the flavor of the cigar enclosed? I am custom to cedar smelling very strong so I worry about it. Is there a specific way to prevent that from happening?
Message posted by 90milestoCuba on March-29-2010 at 16:40 - IP Logged
As long as the humidors are made of properly cured spanish cedar, there is no danger. Most Habanos stogies come in cedar boxes so don't worry!
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Message posted by Alanza on April-02-2010 at 07:20 - IP Logged
Thank you for replying. I've not had any humidors myself, since I don't smoke often enough however many of my good friends do and I would love to purchase a nice looking one for them during the holidays. :)
Message posted by b0bby on December-13-2013 at 06:43 - IP Logged
Cedarwood is considered to be the best material for a humidor. So there is nothing to worry about, especially, if you have a lot of Cuban cigars there.
Message posted by TonyC on January-06-2014 at 05:00 - IP Logged
Nope, it doesn't - even if it has a very strong smell, it only improves our cigars' quality. It is the best material for humidors.
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