For short-term storage, everybody keeps their Cigars in an attractive small wooden box called “Humidors”. But for long term storage, Expensive Cigars, must be kept at a low temperature. This is because the tobacco leave which is wrapped around contains small larvae (eggs). If the temperature is 70°F and above for some length of time, then these eggs hatch & bore holes in Cigar. The rich people usually construct a separate A.C. Room to store their Cigar and Wines. The middleclass and others will keep their Cigars in home Refrigerators along with food & milk. This causes some problems. The Inventor designed and constructed a regular Humidor with the solid state cooling Thermoelectric chip and proper heat sink. This makes the regular humidor as a refrigerated humidor, for the first time in the world.