There are certain cigars that I smoke that are better at certain RH...some I store at 68% and a few that I store at 70%....but that's only because my experience with them over the years teaches my taste buds as to what I like...not a written rule for others. The natural oils in any cigar will decline as you store cigars at a lower RH...just a fact and when those oils dry up you aren't going to get them back because they have dried up. There is the long and exhausting debate as to what that magic number is in reference to the storing of our cigars. Most will use 65% as their own personal 'magic number' and others will store their cigars in the low 60's...but don't take anybodys word as you'll need to see where YOUR tastes lie...we're all different.Cigary, so do you say you never go above 65 rh right? And you say above 65 rh, cigar oils will deteriorate?
Well, again it's all preference.Pardon the irrelevance of my question given the context, but where might I learn about favoured RH for non-Habanos?
Yeah, if your NC's don't wanna' hang out in the same room with your CC's, screw 'em. Let 'em get their own damn credit card.Well, again it's all preference.
For me, non-Habanos = 65-67%, depending. I prefer slightly higher for big, dark, bold maduros, slightly dryer for things like equadorian habano, corojo, etc. I kinda settle for putting them all at 65% though.
lol. I keep my NCs and long-term CCs in one wino at 65%, and my ready to smoke CCs (and a few NCs that I prefer on the dryer side) in my second wino at 62%. Not going to worry about a third wino! (Yet... I mean maybe... but no... but maybe...)Yeah, if your NC's don't wanna' hang out in the same room with your CC's, screw 'em. Let 'em get their own damn credit card.