The Buben&Zorweg house is particularly known for the fine timepieces it produces. More recently, one can find in their stores, the Grand Connaisseur stores, a new, lavish way of storing one’s cigars. It’s common knowledge how the rich praise their cigars and that is why, Buben&Zorweg have come up with a method of storing their cigars in a way that is worthy of their status. The luxurious object appeals to the connaisseurs and it is called a humidor. The humidor is 5.6 feet tall and it is made out of Macassar wood. It can accomodate up to 1000 cigars and it features a humidification system (obviously), stainless steel frames and automated contamination protection. Other characteristics of the humidor are a led lighting, high security german lock, an electronic water level indicator and leather inlays.
All things considered, we believe it is safe to say that even the most picky of the cigar lovers will find reassurance in the fact that the Buben&Zorweg’s humidor will preserve the aroma of their cigars for the longest possible time.