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Your search for Ring size located the below Ring size Search Results. The Ring size Search Results are returned from stories published by Puff.com. Puff publishes stories covering Ring size news, Cigar Reviews, Cigar News, Cigar Forums, Cigar Videos, Cigar Interviews and more!

Written by: Paul Shoberg
#...½ inches by 52 ring gauge, the cigar is really only half inch short of being your standard robusto, but I still couldn’t leave out.  I guess I’m willing to bear the cold weather a little longer ...
03-08-2009
Word count: 1118
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#...hat has a large ring size can become a burden rather than a pleasure.   So have an ashtray handy that’s suitable for cigars and be prepared to allow your cigar to rest in the ashtray from time to...
31-07-2009
Word count: 1765
Written by: Paul Shoberg
...hat the smaller ring gauge versions of the cigar packed a bit more punch in their limited size.  Although the ample length of all three of these cigars (8 ¾ x 50, 7 ¼ x 48, 6 1/8 x 43) allowed for ...
29-06-2009
Word count: 1066
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
...ese huge 56, 60 ring gauges.   Tremendously successful since their introduction, they have out done themselves with the Nestor Miranda Special Selection 20th Anniversary – commemorating the 20th ...
29-05-2009
Word count: 4727
Written by: Kevin Godbee
#... the length and ring gauge with great thought, as one would choose the right club to tee off on a certain hole. I also make sure to bring extra smokes for the company that I’ll be with. I’ll make ...
27-05-2009
Word count: 1230
Written by: Paul Shoberg
...gars have thick ring gauges (ranging from 54 to 64 in the figurado’s) to provide for a fluid, consistent, smoking experience.  The wrappers are all silky smooth Connecticut fermented wrapper, selec...
20-05-2009
Word count: 1052
Written by: Paul Shoberg
...d sporting a 50 ring gauge, this is the robusto of robustos. The brand Bolivar gets its name from one of the great historic characters of the 19th century.  Simon Bolivar liberated much of South Ame...
18-05-2009
Word count: 1094
Written by: James Payne
... Robusto with a ring gauge of 54 on up to the 8 ½ inch x 54 #1 Robusto. They also feature two 6 x 64 Figurados (the normal and the Maduro).   There are two types of Diamond Crowns: The Normal and ...
11-05-2009
Word count: 1854
Written by: James Payne
...hes long with a ring gauge just under 50. The wrapper is dark with some veins and black mottling here and there, with an attractive oil sheen. It is well constructed, firm to the pinch. The draw on t...
07-05-2009
Word count: 1228
Written by: Frank T Flores III
#...moke, a smaller ring gauge, a shorter smoke, and then you’re on to the next.   Frank: What qualities do you look for in a cigar?   Erik: To me it’s taste. I look at construction, and I look ...
17-04-2009
Word count: 3948
Written by: Gary J. Arzt
#...of the tent was ringed with the booths of the various cigar brands – and it is essential for you to understand that it would be easier to name the brands that weren’t there, then to reiterate thos...
27-03-2009
Word count: 3227
Written by: Megan Gordon
#...ves, Sticks and Rings. Each line offers characteristics that echo those in cigars. The chocolate and the flavorings have been carefully chosen so that the tastes blend and become one, much the way the...
04-03-2009
Word count: 1502
Written by: James Payne
#...hes long with a ring gauge between 49 and 52. Also commonly known as the Prominente.   Draw: The draw, technically speaking, is the quantity of air that is pulled through your cigar when you puff o...
28-02-2009
Word count: 1913
Written by: James Payne
...hes long with a ring gauge between 48 and 50. The cigar was named after Winston Churchill, who smoked between 10 to 25 cigars everyday, and went to great lengths to ensure that he could smoke them whe...
25-02-2009
Word count: 1683
Written by: James Payne
#...dth is known as ring gauge, which is essentially measured in 1/64ths of an inch. A cigar with a ring gauge of 64 is one inch around. 32 ring gauge is half an inch, and so forth. The length of the ciga...
02-02-2009
Word count: 1371
Written by: James Payne
#...osing the right ring gauge and length, the right wrapper color and sheen, or the right cut – how about the strength of the smoke? Do you want a mild cigar or a full bodied? That of course, depends ...
28-01-2009
Word count: 1520
Written by: James Payne
#...te, featuring a ring gauge that starts at about 20 and goes up to maybe 28, mostly less. It is machine made, and is considered to be pretty tame when it comes to smell, the amount of smoke it emits, a...
26-01-2009
Word count: 1437
Written by: Paul
#...t in the larger ring gauge cigars of this line. So if this is something that overly concerns you stick to the larger smokes in the Macanudo 1968 line. While the Macanudo 1968 has not hit all of the r...
25-01-2009
Word count: 1694
Written by: James Payne
#... in particular, ring gauge, which is the diameter of a cigar in units of 1/64 of an inch. In that scenario, a 64 inch gauge is one inch around; 32 ring gauge is half-an-inch, and 16 ring gauge is a qu...
16-01-2009
Word count: 1513
Written by: James Payne
#...cigar is, well, ring gauge. Simple enough?   Ring gauge is the thickness/girth of a cigar. It is measured in 1/64 of an inch increments. Therefore, a cigar with a 64 ring gauge would be approximate...
16-01-2009
Word count: 1507

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