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  1. This is the first spring I have been through since I started buying CCs. Our humidity sometimes feels like the Pacific Ocean at the equator and I am on the eastern edge of " tornado alley. " When I take CCs with me on my travels by the afternoon they have exploded in places. I'm guessing that is caused by too much moisture. On the advice of several people here, including dear leader, I have lowered the Rh in my Cubans humidor from 69% to 62%. They smoke much better now, but I don't have room for even a small travel humidor on my bike and Ziploc bags aren't cutting it. Any words of wisdom from the community?
  2. Ok lads and lasses, I recently purchased a larger desktop humidor (300 count) and am trying to decide on which humidification device to use. I've narrowed it down to either beads or Boveda. There seems to be strong support for both on FOH. Some insight would be much appreciated. Cheers, Phil
  3. With all the effort we put into properly storing our beloved smokes I began to wonder how proper humidity is maintained during the warehouse storage phase of the cigar supply chain. How do you humidify a commercial warehouse? Or is it not needed because the stock is constantly moving out to customers on a regular basis?

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