HOW TO SAVE THAT SMOKED CIGAR
Every once in a while, you'll find that you let your cigar get a
little too moist. Maybe you neglected your humidor for a while, or
perhaps you just dropped it in the pool while trying to save that
damsel in distress.
Unless it was a great smoke, I say throw it away and try again. But
there are some things you can do to bring the life back to that
Some people will take their wet cigars and put them in a new
humidor to allow them to release the humidity back into the
humidor. This will work, but if you don't have a new humidor, you
can try getting some old cigar boxes from your local cigar store.
They are usually free and are loaded with Spanish cedar, which is
perfect for the occasion.
After being in this environment for a few days, you should have
removed most of the excess moisture and can place the cigar in your
humidor. You might need more or less time depending on the amount
of moisture you are trying to remove.
Another quick tip is to place the cigars in a Ziploc bag and place
a small desiccant bag, commonly found packaged with electronics.
These bags contain silica gel and remove humidity. One of these in
a bag with the cigars will surely remove the humidity. But be
careful, you can remove too much, so be sure to monitor it with a
— Courtesy of www.cheaphumidors.com