The large majority of producers usually wrap their cigar in cellophane, with the exception of Cuba, although in the past this regenerated film of cellulose was used to mostly conserve machine made products, but not only, on the Isla Grande. More complicated is understanding the fact why they begun utilizing cellophane. We know that, nowadays, the choice to use this responds to three market objectives: ensuring a minimum hygienic condition of the cigar, greatly limit the risk of accidental breakage of the wrapper (due to inattentions or changes in humidity) and to allow a single cigar sale.

So, that said, is it better to leave it, or remove it?

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