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Does Size Really Matter?
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CascadeSmoker
Posted 12/6/2017 7:40 PM (#729933)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!

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Posted 12/6/2017 7:55 PM (#729935 - in reply to #729933)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa
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Deener27
Posted 12/6/2017 7:56 PM (#729936 - in reply to #729933)
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Some like them with a larger ring gauge, some like them a bit smaller. I have always been a robusto guy, perfect balance of filler, binder and wrapper. Lately I have been going into petit coronas and more lanceros (damn Bstessl and those JSK's). With those, you will get more of the wrapper than you do in other sizes.
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Posted 12/6/2017 7:57 PM (#729937 - in reply to #729935)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa


What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?
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Posted 12/6/2017 7:58 PM (#729938 - in reply to #729933)
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I prefer a good robusto/toro, right down the middle for me. I will go smaller, and bigger on the right cigar, but that’s my sweet spot size.
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Posted 12/6/2017 8:02 PM (#729939 - in reply to #729937)
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What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?


panetela
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Posted 12/6/2017 8:03 PM (#729940 - in reply to #729933)
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Robo or Toro
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Posted 12/6/2017 8:03 PM (#729941 - in reply to #729933)
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Robusto, lancero, corona, and petit corona are all in my wheelhouse.
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Posted 12/6/2017 8:44 PM (#729945 - in reply to #729937)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa


What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?


Slightly larger than a No.2 pencil
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Posted 12/6/2017 9:08 PM (#729946 - in reply to #729945)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa


What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?


Slightly larger than a No.2 pencil


Thanks for clearing that up. Never heard of it or have seen it.
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Posted 12/6/2017 9:20 PM (#729947 - in reply to #729933)
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i prefer corona. if the line is blended for each size any size is fine though. but if i’m buying i stick with the smaller rings.
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Posted 12/7/2017 1:37 AM (#729949 - in reply to #729933)
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Robustos and toros for me.
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Posted 12/7/2017 3:05 AM (#729951 - in reply to #729946)
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Slightly larger than a No.2 pencil

Thanks for clearing that up. Never heard of it or have seen it.

It's an old cuban size which is 7x33 pretty much the same as a panatela which can run 6.5-7" and up to 38 ring gauge but not a lancero which tends to be 38-42 ring gauge
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Posted 12/7/2017 7:13 AM (#729955 - in reply to #729933)
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Toro, robusto, lancero are my preferred sizes.
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Posted 12/7/2017 9:10 AM (#729964 - in reply to #729933)
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toro or lancero, but also like some smaller variations like the rothschild
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Posted 12/7/2017 9:39 AM (#729966 - in reply to #729933)
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If every cigar were made in a Cuban Corona, I'd be a happy camper. Lancero, corona, cuban corona, robustos and toro's. Anything bigger than about 52RG is getting too big for my tastes. Definitely don't go for those 60RG cigars.
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Posted 12/7/2017 10:18 AM (#729967 - in reply to #729937)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa


What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?



Hey now, let's not bring my size into this, I'm very self conscience.
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Posted 12/7/2017 9:36 PM (#730028 - in reply to #729967)
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What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?

Mine are Lonsdale, Corona, Petite Corona, Ninfa, Lancero, Robusto!



All of the above except for the Ninfa


What is Ninfa?

Is that the ninfiction size?



Hey now, let's not bring my size into this, I'm very self conscience.


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PETE314
Posted 12/8/2017 6:25 AM (#730037 - in reply to #729933)
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CascadeSmoker - 12/6/2017 11:40 PM What is your favorite size(s) cigar(s)?  

 Yes.

 

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Posted 12/8/2017 10:24 AM (#730046 - in reply to #729933)
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I do enjoy coronas. They have a good burn time, and being thinner you get the smoke hitting the back of the palate rather than the slow dispersal at the front of the palate that larger RG cigars produce.
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