If you smoke enough cigars, and you keep enough of them on hand at your house, you will eventually want to get a humidor. Sure, if you’re smoking the cigars that you bring home every few weeks, and if you’re not bringing home more than about twenty of them or so, this won’t ever be an issue for you. But when you’ve got a collection of 120 cigars or so at your house, and you’re constantly running out of space, you’re going to want to get a real dedicated humidor so that you can keep proper care of your cigars.
And when you get that humidor and you begin to stock it, you are going to have to do something to keep your cigars properly humidified. That is, after all, the entire point of buying yourself a humidor for storing your cigars in. But what do you use to make your humidor humid? You can use distilled water, or you can use humidipaks like those that are made by Boveda or that come in every box of Arturo Fuente, to name a few, but you can also use Cigar Caddy Solution.
Cigar Caddy Solution is designed to be used with a humidor, to make sure that it stays moist without causing mold, or creating a funky taste like you might get if you use regular tap water in your humidor. It has been engineered to preserve your cigars while being taste and smell neutral, and that means your cigars will stay delicious as long as possible. It's great to use in conjunction with distilled water to keep your cigars perfectly cured.