Humidor


Humidor -

A term somewhat generally applied to any device for keeping cigars moist. A stricter trade acceptance confines it to boxes or chests especially constructed for keeping cigars in good condition - accomplished by insulation from contact with the outside air and the inclusion of a slab or tablet of porcelain, clay or other porous material which is moistened from time to time.

Devices, whether of clay or metal, in perforated tubes and other forms, which are set in cigar cases to keep the air moist, are best known as "cigar moisteners."


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