Reviewing cigars and the lifestyle surrounding them.
"The Capri Cigar Humidor"
This humidor has served me well. I was so pleased with this humidor, after a few months, I bought another. This humidor cost me roughly $45.00 or $50.00 a couple years ago at my local cigar shop. The Capri will hold 25 to 50 cigars, however I find it will fit 40 perfectly. It’s completely lined with kiln dried Spanish cedar and the seal is second to none. This humidor also comes with a Spanish cedar divider and a little humidifier. The bottom of the humidor is covered with felt to protect your desk or wherever you plan on putting the humidor. The Capri also features two hidden solid brass quadrant hinges. This humidor is available in many finishes, the Capri shown in the picture features the Rose wood finish, my other Capri features a Mahagony finish. Now that I have multiple large humidors, I use these humidors mostly for aging purposes. If I find a cigar that I enjoy or if I find a cigar which is a limited edition, I will try to pick up a box and give the cigars a proper resting place. I wouldn’t hesitate to invest in a humidor like this again, simply for aging or extra storage. The Capri humidor would be perfect for a beginner or anyone looking for a great little humidor to have on a desktop or use as a show piece! As Always, Stay Toasting!

"The Capri Cigar Humidor"

This humidor has served me well. I was so pleased with this humidor, after a few months, I bought another. This humidor cost me roughly $45.00 or $50.00 a couple years ago at my local cigar shop. The Capri will hold 25 to 50 cigars, however I find it will fit 40 perfectly. It’s completely lined with kiln dried Spanish cedar and the seal is second to none. This humidor also comes with a Spanish cedar divider and a little humidifier. The bottom of the humidor is covered with felt to protect your desk or wherever you plan on putting the humidor. The Capri also features two hidden solid brass quadrant hinges. This humidor is available in many finishes, the Capri shown in the picture features the Rose wood finish, my other Capri features a Mahagony finish. Now that I have multiple large humidors, I use these humidors mostly for aging purposes. If I find a cigar that I enjoy or if I find a cigar which is a limited edition, I will try to pick up a box and give the cigars a proper resting place. I wouldn’t hesitate to invest in a humidor like this again, simply for aging or extra storage. The Capri humidor would be perfect for a beginner or anyone looking for a great little humidor to have on a desktop or use as a show piece! As Always, Stay Toasting!