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Humidor Tour 2016

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Follow Charles Walhingford through his quest to be a Real Cigar Aficionado with his 2nd edition of his humidor tour. This edition showcases Charles’ two separate humidors and their contents.
Cigars high lighted will be from Rockey Patel, Oliva, Alec Bradley, CAO, La Aroma De Cuba, La Gloria Cubana, Tatuaje, My Fathers Cigars, Davidoff and many more.
The humidification will be from “Humicare” and Cigar Oasis.

15 Comments

  1. I discovered your channel this week and I've been watching it a lot. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  2. That cigar oasis plus is designed to handle humidors up to 10 cubic feet. I have a 250 count humidor and im running the cigar oasis excel which is working perfectly. Is there a reason you dont trust yours by itself, especially in a much smaller humidor than it was designed to handle? Overall nice vid though!

  3. If you have a suggestion on where you get your cigars, or links to the websites for the cigars you have recommended, I would be eternally grateful. Hokej94@yahoo.com

  4. How long have you been smoking cigars

  5. nice to pal, enjoyed the video 🙂

  6. Nice collection. You absolutely need to invest in some heartfelt beads or boveda packs. Those gel bullshit things will ruin you, trust me I've learnt the hard way. Stay smokey my man!

  7. dude your cigars look like they've been ran over by a train.

  8. I don't see any Cubans. get either Romeo y julieta "short churchills", or montecristo #4, or hoyo de Monterrey epicure #2 to get a taste of real Cubans.

  9. However, sorry, I'm in the comment mode, lol.. Get that wood away from the fan on your oasis, you need about an inch of space in front of the fan, at least. I put the shorter tank on my Oasis so I could stand it up..

  10. You don't need to take them out of the wrapper, I've been buying, selling, storing smoking, etc… for years. Leave them in the wrapper. It doesn't really matter, but they are more durable if you do..

  11. Well I guess it's just to protect the wrapper but it might age quicker without the cellophane on I also thought that plume would grow on the oil's without the cellophane on

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