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Right now my is fairly modest but, I'm working on it growing up to be a big boy like some of yalls.97ba8f8791cdd9a4a61ed9663ebfe62c.jpg

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I like the humidor. What kind is it? I have a smaller aristocrat one of my good friends gave me. But I want a larger one.

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Humble collection in a small humidor. Some Partagas Rosados Sabrosos and other cigars below as well. Can't wait to graduate, get a job, and finally be able to upgrade, but for now I'm very happy with this. Your setups are definitely inspiring.
I do own another humi, but it's full of cheap cigars I got my first months of smoking. They seemed great back then, now I cannot even force myself to light one up. Damn Cuban cigars and their heavenly tastes.
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Ditch that 75 damn


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one of three of these wine coolers..they are deep and go back abut 2 ft..so there are a lot of cabs and dress boxes hidden

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On 6/5/2011 at 11:05 PM, CohibaBehike said:

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Half for aging, half for smoking. I Wax paper all of my aging boxes to keep myself out :clap:

Plus 5 desktops and a Plastic Tub... Those aren't as pretty as my wine cooler though.

what are those fans called ?

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what are those fans called ?

Oust fan. Wish I could find a couple more.


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Pretty awesome setups in here! I am thinking about getting a curio style cabinet and holding individual humidor in there. But for now I use a 1933 Frigidaire I restored with an oasis plugged in, and discovered in desperation that glass hocking jars  with a boveda pack are wonderful at keeping humidity. Have 6 of the jars for now

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On 11/28/2013 at 1:43 PM, CurtisEss said:

The two humidors I've set up since March. I really should have taken a picture when I had all these boxes on my kitchen table. I imagine that is what my intervention will look like...

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Stumbled onto this thread. Still drooling over this pic. Unreal.

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