Buying a Cigar Humidor here in Canada may seem confusing as the prices vary from high to low for 2 cigar humidors that look the same. Price is often the main key point when buying a cigar humidor. We carry many cigar humidors, travel humidor, desktop cigar humidors, in our online shop shipped daily from Ontario.
All of which will age your cigars perfectly. Our supplier Cigar Star is a Canadian company that focus on using the best material for their cigar humidors, like the Spanish cedar, air tight seals and are backed by 1-5 year warranties.
Cigar Star knows that it is essential to keep your humidity ideal to keep your cigars fresh. A cigar that has been perfectly humidified burns slowly and of course evenly. The slower burn allows you to taste the full range of flavors from your cigar. A properly humidified cigar will remain cool on your palate allowing you to enjoy more of your favorite stogie.
It is important to calibrate or check on your hygrometer to ensure your cigar humidor and hygrometer is doing its job. Analog hygrometers should be tested from time to time with the salt test. Digital hygrometers may require battery replacements from time to time. Always keep an eye on your hygrometer and never let it be out of service for very long.
Some signs that your cigars have become too dry:
- The smoke is harsh, the more you smoke the harsher it is going to become.
- Your cigars feel hard and brittle to your touch.
- Burns quickly and unevenly.
On the other spectrum, some signs that will indicate your cigars have too much humidity are:
- Cigars will seem to swell and cause the outer wrapper of your cigar to break or split.
- Cigar may feel soggy to the touch.
- Too much humidity in your cigar humidor 75% + will make it very hard to smoke your cigar, difficulty staying lit.
- Mould can grow in an excessive humid environment, this will ruin your cigars.
Cigar Star offers an assortment of digital and analog hygrometers, it is common to have both in your cigar humidor to ensure accuracy and for peace of mind that your collection is safe. Every Cigar Star cigar humidor comes with instructions on use and care. Always follow these instructions to enjoy the best care our cigar humidors offer.
We offer you deals on all of our cigar humidors, travel cigar humidors, desk top cigar humidors. We also ship direct from Burlington Ontario Canada with a flat rate shipping of $9.95 anywhere in Canada. We will ship your cigar humidor with in 24hrs of receiving your order expedited parcel. Quick and simple with great deal on all our cigar humidors.
We carry brand like Xikar, Cigar Star, Nibo just to mention a couple. Get the best deals on cigar cases and cigar cutters with your cigar humidor.
Cigar Star 600 Cigar End table humidors with two finishes to choose from, Exotic Bubinga, or an amazing dark Ebony.
Whether you are looking for a small humidor or large humidor know that if you buy from the Amazing Humidors that you are receiving some of the highest quality cigar accessories in the market today.
Cigar Star humidors are made to last for years while aging your cigars perfectly
We want to provide you with the best cigar humidor for your cigar at discounted prices. We have noticed that there has been many new sites that offer you a cigar humidor over the past few month. After viewing them at rock bottom prices we noticed that they do not have real Spanish cedar inside, instead they come with a cheap veneer that looks like Spanish cedar. All of the cigar humidors we offer use the best Spanish cedar on the market, as this aids in proper aging of cigars.
After all if you are storing a box of cigars that cost $100 would you want to chance it by placing them inside a cheap cigar humidor?
By definition, the term ‘humidor’ can be applied to any box or container utilizing a device that increases the levels of moisture or humidity within.
Humidors come in a staggering array of sizes, ranging from small desktop models holding 25 cigars to giant freestanding cabinets capable of storing hundreds of boxes. Prices are just as varied; the use of exotic hardwoods, custom designs and sophisticated humidification systems can push the cost of even a small humidor into the thousands of dollars.
Regardless of the size or price, all humidors have one single purpose in common: to provide a humidified environment that will keep cigars fresh and ready to smoke. Maintaining that environment is critical towards ensuring that your cigars are always in good shape and ready for sale.
To add moisture to the environment, humidors employ a wide range of humidifying devices. Large-capacity cabinet-style humidors usually use an industrial humidifier similar to the kind people use in their homes; these units continuously pump moisture from a self-contained water reservoir into the air, turning off automatically once humidity reaches a pre-programmed ideal level.
Smaller units will generally feature a bottom- or top-mounted tray that contains a slab or disk of absorbent material such as a sponge, porous clay or a substance similar to that used by professional florists. Once saturated, these materials release the water back into the humidor through natural evaporation.
Both methods work extremely well in their respective environments provided they are regularly maintained and monitored.
Having trouble keeping up the humidity level in your humidor? Cigars should be stored at room temperature (about 70F degrees) with a humidity level of 68 to 72 percent. Sometimes, it is difficult to maintain a constant level of humidity inside the box, especially when seasons change. The humidity level inside your house, as well as other conditions, will affect the performance and operation of your humidor’s humidification system.
Factors Affecting Humidity Levels In a Cigar Humidor
The varied use of air conditioners, heaters, and open windows can drastically change the level of humidity inside a house in a short period of time, making it harder (or easier) to maintain the optimal level of humidity inside a humidor. In addition, other factors such as air circulation and exposure to direct sunlight can also lower humidity levels. Try not to place your humidor near vents, fans, or windows. In the winter, the sun is lower in the sky than in summer, and can actually shine further into your house than in the summer (when the sun is overhead). A humidor that I had placed on a coffee table during the summer, had to be moved in the winter because the sun began to shine right on it. .
Best way to maintain your humidity levels inside your humidor during the winter months is to use, http://cigarstar.ca/store/cigar-accessories/tropical-humidity-propylene-glycol-humidor-solution/
it offers the perfect humidification solution for your humidor. This solution consists of 50% propylene glycol and 50% distilled water and should be applied to sponge-based humidifiers along with crystal humidifiers as well.
Propylene glycol is a colourless and harmless liquid which has two favourable qualities for your humidor:
•It prevents the formation of mold and bacteria
•It is self adjusting to a humidity level of 70%.
This solution actively prevents the formation of mold and bacteria, absorbs humidity at humidity levels over 70% and emits humidity at humidity levels below 70%. This way, the humidifier is self-adjusting and will automatically stabilize the humidity level of your humidor at an optimum level of approximately 70%.
To add humidity to your cigar humidor in the winter months you can also pick up This small http://cigarstar.ca/store/cigar-accessories/cigar-size-clear-crystal-humidifier/
come with balls of crystals that will retain 200 times there weight in water. This humidifier is perfect for getting your cigar humidor humidity up with out using a great deal of space.
Fill humidifier with distilled water let stand for 2 hours or until the crystal balls have filled the humidifier, add a few drops of Tropical humidity to fight mold. place inside your cigar humidor.
Being a transparent humidifier, when the balls get smaller you know its time to add to your humidifier.
Simple, reliable, smart, compact.
There are several techniques a person needs to master in order to ensure they obtain maximum enjoyment from their cigar. They are:
- The Cut
- The Light
- The Draw
- The Finger Roll
- The Denouement
One of the chief gripes i get from friends and through readers of My Cigar Blog concerns the consistency of their cigar. Why does the cigar taste good in the beginning, then taste bad towards the end? Why does the cigar “canoe” (burn unevenly)? Why does the cigar get hot in my hands? Why does the cigar taste like ashes? Why does the smoke burn my lips/palate?
The answers to these questions lie in the 5 techniques above. The one most often overlooked and misunderstood is #4 — The Finger Roll.
Every 60 seconds or so, or every 2 draws (whichever comes first), The Finger Roll involves rolling the cigar in your fingers. Not twirling the cigar, but rolling the cigar in-between your thumb and index & middle finger. A leisurely roll, slowly letting the edges of the burn spread out evenly.
Cigar Humidors Shipped same day from Ontario Canada.
Our cigar humidors are 100% hand crafted and coated with a high gloss lacquer finish. The lid’s of our cigar humidors match and make a perfect seal. Cigar Star guarantees this before they leave their factory.
The presentation of the cigar humidors we sell guaranteed to appeal to all cigar aficionados.
The lid of these humidors opens and closes smoothly on hidden quadrant hinges.
The interior of our cigar humidors come with premium, kiln dried Spanish cedar, in order to provide the utmost in protection and ageing for your cigars.
Also included in your purchase of these humidors are a large, rectangle humidifier and a brass mounted hygrometer. In short, you will be provided with everything you need to keep your cigar collection well protected and aging perfectly.