No prizes for guessing my brand of cigarettes. Runners-up: Rothmans B&H Marlboro regular Camel Craven A Local brands: Blue Master, Teddy: I used to seek out the most arcane labels I could find, but the trouble is that the odder brands may have been warming the shelves for years, and would too often taste horribly. The fridge works well as a make-shift humidor (for cigarettes, mind you) if the cellophane wrapping is still in place. Otherwise, it will dry out the tobacco even faster, it seems. I once got a huge humidor from my (now) ex, filled with cigars with personalised bands. Not bad quality, I think they were Honduran. After all those was consumed, I really went a bit off cigars.