Colt45

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  1. Fuzz's response is a pretty good explanation. If someone rehashes a three, five, nine year old thread just to post, is it of benefit? Some of the revived discussions were relatively specific to a time frame, and have been revived nonetheless. Etc, etc. Perhaps it might be a matter of "forum health". Thanks Fuzz
  2. My personal opinion is that it might be more important for the overall humidor environment - trying to maintain a uniform humidity. For me - the cigars packed in their boxes - close quarters contact - perhaps less so.
  3. They're meant for cigars Keith, for cigars. But, it is 2020, so whatever floats your boat...... 🍆
  4. Given the choice of the same cigar in a dress box or box of tubes? Tubes.
  5. Not necessarily ugly, but perhaps - given what's been posted - the most unique... In the same way that someone with no tattoos is the most unique in a group of people covered in ink...
  6. As Fuzz mentioned, it's always a good idea to have a look around the forum before posting..... That said, I doubt you'd ever be able to find out what they are, or where they came from, or who made them. The 2006 EL came in boxes of ten, with the box / date codes stamped on the outer cardboard box. The bands would have been from that era. The 1966 humidor a completely different size, date, bands, etc...
  7. I still wear my shirt, as does my wife hers.
  8. 'Cuz I am a man, what wears pants - I'll smoke a churchill and laugh at the weather.... Cold, wind, no sun - no cigar. Cold (~ 30'f, sub 40'f), no wind, sunny - any perla or minuto Cold (40'f+ ), no wind, sunny - opens up sizes just a little bit. I've a little corner in the back of my house that gets the sun in the winter and can help block the breeze, so I can go slightly larger, but won't go past enjoyment to reach smoke just to smoke.

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