Thursday, June 18, 2009

Improvised Humidors for Ciagarillos and Cigars

Since pictures are much easier than a long winded explanation, this is how I'm dealing with waiting on two smallish humidors, one for my lanceroos and one for cigarillos.



The first is a cigar box with a piece of glass to replace the warped wooden sliding top, it includes an old analog hydrometer and a home made 'credo', which is essentially, a piece of moist sponge in a little plastic container.



Next is the same deal, but with a plastic cover. That plastic window material might be easier for some people to work with. In this case just a little piece of sponge in a plastic cup.



The last are a bit on the temporary side. Just some LOCK & LOCK containers holding packages of cigarillos and some lancero cigars till something better comes along or they get burned up in a series of small fires.....

Anyway, beats keeping them in a draw or a shoe box.

4 comments:

bigunsfan said...

It looks like you have enough room for some more cigars,that's good.I'll try sending some normal sized cigars.

What's your favorite Cuban cigar?
IMO Montecristo is the best,Hoyo de Monterrey is pretty good too.

bigunsfan said...

The pictures are very helpful,thanks for the info.

Anonymous said...

I've only had one of the big real ones way way back...

The little Pantagras and Hoyo were excellent, but I was let down by the Montecristo.

buzz

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