If you smoke cigars, it is essential to properly store them because it increases their lifespans, keeps them fresh, maximizes flavors, and reduces the risk of outside elements affecting them. When storing cigars, maintaining a consistent temperature and humidity level is key, and the ideal temperature is 70 degrees with 70% humidity.
To store cigars, using a humidor is best, but you can use an alternative such as a storage bag, container, glass jar or small cooler. You should also air out your cigar storage once a week and not store several brands or flavors in the same place.
In the following infographic by FloridaTobaccoShop.com, learn about proper storage methods and tips for cigars.