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  1. This is a plugged cigar poll only and does not relate to other construction issues. Clarification: The poll was for seriously plugged, not totally plugged. I prefer a slightly tight draw as is the norm with a decently rolled Cuban. What I am referring to are those that really take a big effort to get airflow to the extent that it ruins the experience of the cigar.. My plugged hit rate is about 10%
  2. Please redirect me if I'm repeating another topic as I know there are many topics on storage. I've seen many suggest CC's store best closer to 65F/65RH and NC's 70F/70RH. And I know much related to this topic is subjective, however, as I've lowered my temperature and humidity closer to 65/65 I feel like my Opus and Anejo are smoking much faster and also some Monte2 that were stored at 70/70 when I first smoked a few of them, and they also seem to have lost a little flavor character. There were more burn issues at 70/70 but I miss the flavor. And I got almost three hours from the first Mon

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