Wrapped or not? Another rookie here, been smoking the leaf for a couple of months now and love it. I already have 2 humidors, a 50 and a 120 count, going and quite a few cigars Ive been sampling. 15 different brands so far, more coming tomorrow, and I havent smoked one yet I didnt enjoy. I lean toward 5 Vegas, Cohiba and anything Man o War. I was going to age some cigars in the near future and was wondering about the cellophane. The general consensus seems to be leave it on for protection. But for aging the cigar and humidor I was wondering about going commando. I cant smell the cigar through the wrapper so it is protected but what about the humidor and other cigars aromas? Would it be better to let them age unwrapped so they and the humidor would share the different aromas and become part of the final taste? Is it beneficial to season the humidors aroma or just worry about aging the cigars themselves? If they were unwrapped would they lose some of their flavor or oils? Or just leave them wrapped because no matter how careful you are you can damage them? This is a great forum and I have gotten off to a good start because of the fine advice from all. Thanks and look forward to contributing myself someday.