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  1. I have a box of PL Montecarlo's on the way to me because I was curious about trying them. Do they age like the PLPC's? How much time do you put the Montecarlo's down for before you feel like they have hit their stride?
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    Some Tuppador questions

    Thanks for the advice guys! Much appreciated!
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    Some Tuppador questions

    I have been looking for a good way to store my cigars and someone told me "Tupperware, Boveda 65%, done." So I have read through 7 pages of threads in this Humidor Tutorial section as well as other articles and videos online. I'm left with a few questions. 1) Boveda recommends 2 60g packs for every 50 cigars your humidor can hold. A piece of Tupperware isn't rated by the numbers of cigars it can hold, it's rated by volume. It's also an airtight environment, unlike a humidor which would naturally leak humidity. Assuming a 7 liter Tupperware container how many 60g (or 320g) Boveda packs would you recommend? 2) A video tutorial called tupperdors "high maintenance" because "as cigars age they release gases which need to be vented from the tupperdor by opening it once a week". Is this true? Nowhere else does anyone mention this. 3) Is 65% the preferred humidity for Cuban cigars in a tupperdor? Reading through Ray's posts and watching his video on moisture content, temperature and rH I understand this to be a big limitation of the tupperdor. I have a cooler I'm probably going to put my tupperdor in to reduce the impact of temperature swings. My question is, without the temperature control of going to a wineador, would it be better to go with a 62% humidity pack as more of a buffer? If I double the amount of Boveda packs I need for the given volume can I essentially brute force the percent moisture content in the cigars? 4) My last question is do I have to periodically rotate my cigars or can i just leave them label side up for years at a time? Thanks
  4. robothunter

    Hi from Boston

    I'll check them out. Thanks for the tip!
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    Hi from Boston

    Lots of good information in there. Thank you.
  6. robothunter

    Hi from Boston

    I'm just getting into cigars. I don't really know anything about them. I flew to Cuba for work last year and bought a buddy of mine some Cohiba's. I didn't even know what I was buying. For some reason he has it in his head that Cohiba's are the best but he doesn't know anything about cigars either. Cohiba's seem really strong to me. I think whenever he gets around to smoking them he is gonna puke because he isn't use to smoking cigars. He just had a baby boy so I ordered him a box of MONTECRISTO - NO.2's. From what I've read and heard from people, thats a really nice cigar with good flavor that won't overpower him. Sorry for rambling on so much.

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