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Condition of merchandise upon delivery.

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Due to my geographical location it looks like my order will be in-transit for about three weeks. I assume my order will be a little dry when it arrives. I would be interested in hearing about any regiments employed by the membership.

 

Cheers!

 

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Due to my geographical location it looks like my order will be in-transit for about three weeks. I assume my order will be a little dry when it arrives. I would be interested in hearing about any regiments employed by the membership.
 
Cheers!
 
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You have nothing to worry about.

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I just add it to my cooler with the other boxes and forget about it..
Mine are usally in transit for 2 weeks to a month..

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2 hours ago, shadowACE said:

 

Due to my geographical location it looks like my order will be in-transit for about three weeks. I assume my order will be a little dry when it arrives. I would be interested in hearing about any regiments employed by the membership.

 

Cheers!

 

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Put it in your humidor. Leave it 60 days. Relax

if you can stretch it to 90 days even better.  The rule of thumb applies to all cigars. 

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How is it humanly possible to just hide a new box away like that?  I’m a firm believer in trying every box right off the truck. But I have impulse control issues. :D

 

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I am in Canada and my customs hangs onto things for a while deciding on excise taxes.  Usually 2-3 weeks from shipped email to box in hand. 14 boxes so far and all have been in near similar condition as those in my humis.

With essentially 2 layers of wrap (packing paper and bubble wrap) and the box itself, I would think it would take much longer to get to a worrisome state.

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3 weeks the cigars will be fine, but whether it's next day or month, the cigars should rest in the humidor before smoking.

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I used to subscribe to “one rott” but realized these were often complete waste of $5-10 and my time. So I let them rest and smoke something else.

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I agree with Rob...let them acclimatize in your humidor for 60-90 days and all will be well.  Cheers.

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I had 2 boxes show up 2 1/2 months later one year.  In August no less.  They were just fine and after resting for 90 days they smoked great.  Heck I smoked one as soon as i opened it and it was fantastic.  No need to worry.  Cigars are very resilient. 

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