I do not encourage nor promote smoking. However, for informative purposes, here's how to store cigars and keep them fresh without a humidor:
1. Ziplock Bag and a Damp Sponge Method:
Place the cigars in a sealed ziplock bag with a damp sponge. Make sure the sponge is not dripping wet but damp enough to fill the bag with some moisture. Seal the bag and place it somewhere with a stable temperature, preferably between 65-70 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Tupperware and Boveda Pack Method:
Place the cigars in a tupperware container and add a Boveda pack. These packs are designed to release humidity inside the container, keeping the cigars fresh. Choose the correct humidity level according to the cigars you're storing. Seal the container and place it somewhere with a stable temperature.
3. Fridge Method:
Place the cigars in a sealable container and store them in the fridge. The temperature and humidity levels in the fridge will keep the cigars fresh. However, make sure the container is well-sealed, and the cigars are stored away from any odorous food items.
Note: These methods are not ideal for long-term storage, but they can be useful for short-term storage when a humidor is not available.