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    I had a smilar issue just some weeks ago, it was the only cigar that was cedar wrapped in that drawer of the humidor.
    Only this cigar had something on the wrapper that looked just like mold.
    I have sent this cigar to my tabacconist and he told me that it was no mold, but the so called cigar blossom, which is harmless.
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    I had the same sort of thing happen to me a while back but not just on my cedar rapped babies but a few other cigars as well. Turns out humidification was def the issue. I switched from using a traditional humidification device to Boveda packs Boveda Humidification from SeriousCigars.com . Takes about 2-3 for my humidor that holds a 100 every 3 months you have to replace them but they have been the best way I have found to keep humidification right.

    I know I am late to this thread but maybe someone else will get some benefit out of my info in the future!

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    Dont remove the wrap from each and every one. Just check just another one if it has mold

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF355 View Post
    Good news that it was only one...throw it out and move on.
    Yeah definitely throw it out and forget about it. It just one cigar

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    Aging generally happens with cigars

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