wolfain

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  1. wolfain

    Boveda Mounting Plate Falling

    Lol yes. I have used this before, it can hold up really heavy stuff. Scotch 3M heavy duty mounting tape is also ok, holds up to a 1kg. If you wanna save some money. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
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    Boveda Mounting Plate Falling

    It's a pain In the ass , but I'd just scrape off the old tape and head over to your hardware shop and get the 3M heavy duty double sided tape. It'd be stuck on permanently like forever. I wouldn't fuss over this. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  3. coke zero with cigars, have done it, a little odd but ok cane sugar coke is hard to come by these parts, and is pricey, about 3-4 bucks a can. What about coke life? otherwise, the usual go to is: 1) cold oolong tea 2) coffee 3) rum
  4. I'm from Singapore. Cigar spots are limited, and rather expensive, most whisky bars are non smoking too. BYO cigars if possible. For the best and widest range of whiskies 1) Auld Alliance 2) The Single Cask 3) The writing club (hella expensive but nice ambience) smoker friendly Quiach Bar (beach road), can smoke outside, whisky bar. have fun!
  5. Taiwan is at 11c today. That’s too cold? What’s the. Try smoking at -5c Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Decent smokes. (Lol who am I kidding, they are amazing) Last purchases. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Amazing looking humidor! Looks really good. I’m guessing you come from a dryer climate than mine ( Using 82RH packs or a small bowl of water in the box for a week should be fine, then 65/69 packs to maintain your cigars, I wouldn’t fuss too much over this. Over time, your box will acclimatize with your 65/69 packs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Plume or Mold (Remake)

    It’s 100% mould. I wouldn’t be inhaling it. Your humidity in the box is too high, try reducing the RH. I use Rubbing alcohol tissue wipes on moldy cigars, and it has not affected the flavor of the cigar whatsoever. All the best Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    bolivar & monte cristo box issues

    Exact same thing happened to me as well, having requested for a 'sealed' box for the first time. Been buying from said vendor for years. So, not being able to get an actually sealed box really puzzles me. I really wonder why this is the case. Official reason? Their supplier does last minute checks. [emoji848] Stogies smoke well however.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    bolivar & monte cristo box issues

    Did you check the serial number on the habanos website? No way to tell from here, even if you showed us the cigars. I think smoking one would be your best option. Besides, you said reputable online vendor, no? So I don't think there's going to be a problem, since you mentioned reputable.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Warning, high quality con (fakes) in the market

    Yeah 'no bs'. That's the truth yo. [emoji849] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. wolfain

    Montecristo 80th Anniversary

    I want some ... ! [emoji24] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. wolfain

    BEHIKE 56 from Cuba

    Some things don't look right. Probably fakes , sorry to say it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Compressor. You can get fridges in much bigger sizes for compressor units, thermos are usually smaller units. With compressors, you can bring the temperatures lower. Electricity bill, does it really matter? One good Cuban stick costs more than a month's electricity bill anyway. To answer your question, compressor probably. Check the unit specs, wattage and power usage. Calculate that based on your country's electricity unit pricing. It can be done. If you're isolating your sticks in containers, go for compressor. I used both and find thermo's very volatile wrt the humidity control. I use a compressor fridge now but it is a specialised cigar fridge (no modifications needed).
  15. That's fine. 65/67 is okay. Don't over think it. My cigar RH range from 59-67, but it's due to my active fridge cycling period. It hovers 3/4 Of the time at 65/67 range. (It's an actual cigar fridge, not home conversion) That being said, for passive storage 67 is fine for CCs. I have had non CCs crack at around 62-64 range, I guess they need to be wetter. Also, you just need to smoke your stogies, if they are tasting good to you, yep. All's good. Don't try to science the **** out of it too much [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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