come in a variety of sizes so they don't easily fit in the chart above,
but you can still use the search box above to find them.
Cigars come in all shapes and sizes and certain
"size names" are often used to refer to a particular size or
shape of cigar. Names such as "Corona" or
"Churchill" designate a cigar of a certain length and ring
gauge. However, there is no naming and sizing standard in the cigar
industry and after generations of manufacturers independently deciding
which name went with which length and ring gauge, there is much confusion.
While one manufacturers may call a particular size a Churchill, a
different manufacturer calls that same size a Double Corona.
We believe that most people want to look for cigars of a
particular length and ring gauge, regardless of what they are called and
that is how our Cigar Database works. When you search for cigars by shape
you are actually searching for cigars that are within a range of lengths
and a range of ring gauges regardless of what the cigar is called.
For example, cigars between 6 3/4" and 7 3/4"
with a ring gauge between 45 and 48 is designated as a Churchill in our
database. Choosing that option will find all cigars within that size