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Dry Boxing?
#11
You have a box of THOSE Romeo y Julieta??? I am sooo jealous. As to the dry boxing, yes I do.
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#12
I dry box only when the cigars are to soft, I leave them in any cigar box for around a week or so until they firm up and then back in the Humi
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#13
(09-26-2011, 01:09 AM)tafdom Wrote: You have a box of THOSE Romeo y Julieta??? I am sooo jealous. As to the dry boxing, yes I do.

Are you crazy lmao!! My buddy at the B&M gave it to me. Hell those are $17 bucks a stick. I was just glad to have the nice box Big Grin
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#14
never really heard of dry boxing but i do like someone said earlier i take out my stick about an hour before i smoke it. nice question there bro an really nice info guys thanks
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#15
I dry box when need be but I try to keep my humidity around 65 but the seasons wreak havoc on that
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