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Travel Essentials | Cigar Travel Guide

Travel Essentials | Cigar Travel Guide

The holidays are coming. It’s time to change out of your suits, relax, and enjoy the freedom of the sun and nature. Don’t forget to bring your favorite cigar when you travel! It's sure to be a must-have when traveling, visiting friends, or on vacation.

How to choose the number of cigars?

Before deciding how many cigars to bring on your trip, check the quantity limits in your destination city. Some countries have quantity limits, while others measure them by weight. If you know that the place has strict restrictions, you might as well leave your cigars at home and add a trip to explore local cigar shops in your travel itinerary, which is also a lot of fun!

Plan the number of cigars you want to bring according to your itinerary, but remember not to just pack them for yourself, bring more to share with friends. It is best to carry cigars that have been stored in a humidor for a while as they are already in a stable state of humidity.

How to store cigars on the go?

Once you decide how many cigars you want to bring, remember to prepare storage equipment to protect your cigars. We recommend choosing the right storage device based on the length of your trip.

If you don’t travel often and your planned trip is no longer than a week, a simple leather cigar case or zipper zipper bag will do. A sealed zipper bag with two Boveda hydration packs is enough to keep your cigars fresh for a week. Additionally, wrapping the zipper bag in some protective material, such as your clothing, can prevent your cigars from getting crushed during travel. Or you can choose cigars packaged in aluminum tubes. Usually, some larger aluminum cigar tubes can be left and used when going out (each aluminum tube has cedar wood chips inside, which is enough to ensure the humidity of the cigar for a certain period of time. state)

If the trip lasts longer than a week or you travel frequently, purchasing a specially designed travel cigar humidor or humidor will come in handy, as this will protect and keep your cigars fresh for a long time.

Sudden changes in temperature and humidity are the biggest negative factors to the condition of your cigars. So please put the cigars in your hand luggage or carry them with you in your backpack. On the one hand, it can prevent the cigars from deforming, and on the other hand, the temperature in the passenger cabin of the aircraft is more balanced than that in the luggage compartment. When playing, remember to avoid exposing your cigars to direct sunlight and harsh environments.



How to choose cigar cutters and lighters?




It is best to put cigar scissors and lighters in checked luggage to avoid being confiscated by customs. If you want to enjoy a cigar before boarding your flight, it’s recommended to bring an inexpensive double-cut cigar cutter and lighter (a disposable lighter is a good option). But please note that matches and lighters are not allowed in hand luggage on most flights!

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