The more luxurious and intricately divided of our Craftsman's humidors is fittingly enough named after the Taj Mahal, whose complex history
began as a (roughly) 12th-14th century Hindu temple-palace before some foreign cad decided to loot it and entomb his favorite wife/concubine there in the early 1600s. The things a man will do when women are involved... or precariously-perched theocratic empires, for that matter.
But I digress. While our other Craftsman's Bench humidor features a simple three-divider arrangement, the Taj Mahal sports three short dividers, which sit snug beneath a removable tray, itself divided into sections. Suffice to say, those of you with more heterogeneous cigar selections should appreciate this. Additionally, there is of course the built-in humidifier and hygrometer. Externally, it features a gorgeous exotic burled Brazilwood veneer, fitted to perfection.
Measurements: 14 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 6 1/8"
Capacity: 110 cigars
- Eric N. Squires