Common wisdom in the commercial cigar world says that cigars with darker wrappers have a richer taste and more vitamin N than cigars with a light ( Connecticut) wrapper. Some wags have stated the wrapper contributes the most to the taste. Is there any truth to this "wisdom" or is it like a Chinese restaurant putting the littler hot pepper symbol next to the spicy dishes, a way for manufacturers to allude to what's inside?1. Does the wrapper leaf contribute more to flavor/aroma than the bunch leaves? Or it merely an outer dressing?