These are individually wrapped in cellophane
Is it best to leave them wrapped or remove the cellophane in the humidor?
I leave them on
Personal preference but the cello breathes and leaving them on will help protect the wrapper
Cello protects the wrapper from handling and whenever I find mold it seems to strike the cigars without cello.
Also, take the cap off tubos or take them out to prevent mold.
Don't take that cello off until your smoke session. I buy cellophane wrappers and put it on all my naked cigars for all the reasons listed above.
When I get a box of 20 cigars, I take the cello off of 10 of them and leave it on for the other 10. It really presents a problem with the manufacturers that sell boxes of 21 or 23 or 25. Usually, then, I take the last cigar and cut the cello in half and have it half covered.
Cello on, cello off
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Just FYI if there is cello but the cigars also have cedar wrap, the mold can develop underneath the cedar on the cigar and you'd be no wiser until you tried to unwrap it. Ordinary cello on a cigar, no problems. I might get around to removing the cedar wrap on all my cigars, or move them to a drier humidor.
I turn the cello inside out to prevent the mold
Hell...yours don't sit long enough to grow mold. You gotta pre-order them with the mold option at no extra charge.