My grandfather kept his cigars in a humidor.
No , the antifreeze contains chemicals that would contaminate the cigars and the humidor .
Both, I work at a cigar and tobacco shop. We have a huge cigar case with a humidor. A humidor keeps them fresh, wrapper, or not-just throw them in:-)
It depends on the cigars. Some of us do, others do not. If you smoke flavored cigars like Lars Tetens and Acids, don't put them in the same humidor as your Cohibas and Punches if you don't want all your cigars to taste like Lars. I wouldn't put really powerful cigars in the same humidor as mild cigars, because the mild cigars will absorb the flavor of the strong ones. But as far as putting...oh, Partagas and Punch together...no real problem.
Ideal conditions for a humidor are 70 degrees F (21 degrees C) and 70% humidity .Keep your humidor from direct sunlight .
It is any kind of box or room with a constant humidity where you would store cigars, cigarettes, or pipe tobacco in
i age my cigars in the cherry wood box that they came in but they should have already been aged before they were rolled! - - - - - If you have a good humidor, put them in the humidor and leave them for a year. Some serious aged-cigar lovers buy 150-quart Igloo coolers, glue spanish cedar to the inside of them, leave them open for a few months to get the smell of plastic and glue out, then age cigars in them.
In a humidor, a specially designed encasement for keeping cigars. It has constant humidity and uses a hygrometer to measure humidity levels.
Possible. If you have kept them in a humidor, not in excess humidity they should be fine.
Cigar accessories could include a humidor to store your cigars , a variety of cigar-cutters , a lighter specifically designed for lighting a cigar and a case to carry a few cigars .
Once you have mold you pretty much need to start over. Every cigar in the humidor will be affected. (infected) You could try leaving the humidor open for a week or so and giving it a light sanding and re-humidify it with out cigars for a week or two, then test it with some expendable cigars to see if it ruins them or not. Use a digital hygrometer and the crystal jars not the sponges with water. It make it easier to regulate and keep the mold away. If the humidor is a cheapy, I would toss it and start over.