A few days ago, my wife and I decided to go to an old cigar factory. My family has been in the tobacco industry for quite a long time; it’s become part of our heirloom. Cigars are a big part of our tradition, every one of us has a small cigar shop that hand rolls cigars all afternoon. My wife and I were excited to tour the cigar factory, which was one of the oldest in the country, and this place is known for its extraordinary use of hemp paper. My wife and I were part of a tour group of 25 to 30 people. Every one of us toured a great deal of the building, before we came to a room with cheerful people hand-rolling cigars. The room had 25 odd stations with more than one person hand-rolling cigars at each booth. The room was only accessible using a hid reader, with only specific people accessing the room since the cigars need to be kept in a special temperature controlled area. Our tour guide explained the intricate Heating and Air Conditioning system. The room was filled with lots of air vents as well as exposed air ducts. The Heating and Air Conditioning plan was set up just for the task of rolling cigars. The Heating and Air Conditioning unit included a specialized humidifier. This plan kept the room at the perfect temperature, with excellent humidity conditions. The Heating and AC conditions were especially important, because the indoor air conditions affected the taste as well as the quality of the tobacco. To ensure that the delicate hemp paper wasn’t damaged during the rolling process, the room had light humidity. It was an intricate plan as well as particularly interesting to watch, and at the conclusion of our tour, all of us acquired a hand-rolled cigar. It was the best cigar I ever puffed.