Buying a humidor is a serious step, so having the best knowledge possible is essential in choosing a humidor that not only fits your needs but doesn't break your bank.
The keys points in choosing a quality humidor:
1.) Size. This is tricky because most places list the size by "Cigar Count". The estimates on how many cigars the humidor they are selling varies greatly. IGNORE the "Cigar Count" and look at the actual dimensions. When comparing two humidors, multiply the L x W x H to get the cubic inches and then compare them. Typically, "cigar count" when referring to humidors, is based on a Corona size cigar, which is 42 x 5 5/8". 2.) Quality. Gauging quality is tough when viewing humido
What is a "Wineador" (or Wine-A-Dor)? Winedors are wine chillers that aficionados have attempted over the years to convert for cigar and herbal medicine storage. Some have had success while others have had nothing but heart ache. If you are even remotely impatient, then it's probably best to put the thought of a winedor out of your mind and stick to a tradional humidor or "coolerdor". Or, if money is no object, take a look at the exquisite Liebherr XS-200. It's wonderful. If money is a consideration, patience is more than key here. There are no "hard and fast" rules to setting up a wine chiller to use as a humidor and setting one up can be extremely frustrating. Your local environmental con