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Lampe Berger Fragrance Review – Creme Brulee

In this short video I will show you how to set-up and use the Lampe Berger air freshener. These things work awesome at home to help keep the air smelling fresh (and not like cigar smoke). Sometimes after leaving your local humidor after a busy night you might end up leaving and smelling like a human cigar. That’s all fine and dandy until you get home and your significant other thinks otherwise! These French lamps work pretty cool by burning fresh scented oils. The fragrances smell wonderful, and there are a lot of different scents to choose from. I bought my Lampe Berger from my local Club Humidor on Huebner Road. If you don’t have a retailer in your area, you can also order them on Amazon. Here are a couple quick tips: 1.) Let the wick soak up the fragrance for at least 15 minutes before you light it.    2.) Make sure the burner/wick is inserted fully (and firmly) into the base and snaps into place    3.) After you light the burner, let the flame burn for at least 2 full minutes.   4.) Place the Lampe Berger in a nice open area at home so the fragrance can easily spread throughout the home.

Cedar Spills to Keep Your Cigars Smelling Fresh

Cedar Spills

Cigar Reserve Cedar Spills

These are the cedar spills that I like to use in my tupperdores at the house. They come in packs of 25 or 50 and I usually snap them in half before I lay them in with my cigars. The cedar spills will give you the aroma that your typical wood humidor that is lined with cedar has. I’ve bought boxes of these cedar spills in San Antonio from the Humidors on San Pedro, Thousand Oaks and Huebner. You’ll love the way your cigars smell after adding a few of these to your box.