Zuca Luggage – Holiday Travel Tips
The Best Gifts At The Best Prices
The holiday season brings out a lot of excitement. Serious shoppers map out their travel expenses, hours of operation, inventory, price checks, discounts; you name it – some “crazy” shopper has thought of it. I thought the holidays were about spending time with family and friends – But more importantly getting the BEST gift you possibly can for that special person.
Let’s face it, in today’s economy – people are tight with their money, it is no longer acceptable to let things go to waste.
CIGARS ARE NO EXCEPTION.
Isn’t it better to give than to receive?
Giving gifts can be a very rewarding feeling if you know where to look. It’s an even better feeling when you KNOW they will LOVE it!
Many cigar smokers are probably contemplating how to make sure their holiday stogies don’t “go-bad” before they’ve had a chance to smoke them. I simply can’t stress this enough: If you buy and smoke cigars, your best option is to store them in a cigar humidor. There are other less-effective methods, but why stress yourself out. If you plan on becoming an avid cigar smoker, plan on
getting a good humidor to save yourself time and money!
Keep in mind that tobacco is primarily grown in semi-tropical conditions. The storage system the best replicates those conditions are as follows:
Cigars that come from a humidor will last. Those that don’t, won’t.
It really is that simple.
Newly bought cigars should be fresh from the humidor in a plastic material wrapping.
Keep them tight. We recommend smoking them within about 30 days if you aren’t going to use your own storage facility, room or humidor.
Be sure to store them in a relatively dry part of the house. For starters, you can add a slightly moistened paper towel to create the effect of tropical humidity levels in a plastic bag or Ziploc bag. (Make sure it’s completely sealed and we talking just barely damp, no water dripping or leaking out the bag please!)