Cigars And Mold

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I bought some Cohiba's about a year ago at an airport, I only smoked one and put the other two in a tupperware container with a piece of damn sponge. At first they grew mold on them which I wiped off and then removed the sponge, then they got too dry about two months ago so I put a really damp spong

Cigars And Mold

Cigars that grow mold on them should be discarded. If mold is growing on the outside, there is a chance that they are also growing mold on the inside.

The taste of these cigars will not be good. It is hard to repair a cigar once it has dried out and if you are using normal tap water the results will not be good.



9/15/2011 12:23:03 AM
The Dood said:

Yeah!!! No tap water!!!


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