Cigars absorb aromas from their environment. That is, they not only
absorb the aroma of the humidor's interior wood lining but also
aromas from other cigars stored in the same humidor. Dividers are
used in humidors to minimize this mixing, as are the cigar wrappers.
However, in order to prevent any flavor transfer, cigars have to be
stored in different humidors or in cabinet humidors, where cigars
can be stored within their original boxes.
Some aficionados, however, appreciate the mixture of the flavors of
their favorite cigars and therefore intentionally store different
cigar brands in one humidor for several months.
In general, however, the storage of cigars of different strengths
(in particular different countries of origin) should be avoided.
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