Storing Your Cigars
The casual smoker will be content allowing their local tobacconist to worry about humidification and storage. However, if you plan to keep cigars on hand for any length of time (even for only a few days), you’ll want to invest in some sort of humidor.
Humidors come in all shapes, sizes, and prices, but they all share one common goal: holding a constant and consistent temperature and humidity to keep cigars fresh and supple.
Cut, Snip, or Punch?
Hand-rolled cigars come with a sealed foot. There are several different methods by which the smoker can open the cigar without damaging the delicate wrapper. A sometimes controversial topic, each smoker will come to decide and determine which method is best for their needs.