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We Dream in Red & White

Cigars and Wine

2009 March 31
by Joseph & Curtis

>With it getting harder and harder to find places to be able to enjoy cigars and wine together…many customers are now asking for Joseph & Curtis to install “smoke eaters” or fans so that they can enjoy a cigar with their wine. In some cases we build the venting systems in either the wine cellar or the adjacent wine tasting room.

We have been selling humidors for years all around the world, but in the last few years our customers have pushed us into full blown cabinetry to fit within the custom rooms we build (built into the racking) or other cabinetry. The cabinets can be built to any size and are always lined with Spanish cedar.

We usually supply the customer with one of our humidification systems (battery or plug in) for cigar freshness.

(SNEAK PEEK shhhh – we just supplied a humidification system to a client DIY NETWORK “MAN CAVES” which will be featured in season 3. Stay tuned to our blog for the full story and don’t forget to watch the episode on DIY!)

We can build the humidor cabinets with almost any wood species…but if its in a climate controlled space you want to use a species that can handle the cold and humidity. Check out our previous blog article titled “Which wood species is right for your custom wine cellar?” for more information.

In any and all of our humidors we offer custom engraving…Whether you want text or even a logo engraved on your humidor, Joseph & Curtis can make it happen for you. If you would like a logo engraved, please contact us first so we can arrange for you to email us the image.

Check out the Napoli Humidor engraved with our logo.

Check out the Monte Carlo Humidor engraved with the New York Yankees emblem.

Please feel free to contact us regarding any humidors, cigar lighters, humidification systems or cigar cutters. Please allow 1-3 weeks for custom cabinet style humidors.


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