Many cigar aficionados want to know what the most popular cigar shape or size is. Well, there is an easy answer to this question: It depends on who you ask. Why? Because there are lots of popular cigar shapes and sizes and personal preference is usually the deciding factor. Some say the Robusto cigar is the most popular cigar size in America. The E.P. Carrillo Pledge Prequel Robusto was top of Cigar Aficionado’s 2020 Cigars of the Year list, earning a historic 98 Rating! While others will argue that it’s the Toro cigar that is the most popular cigar shape. The Tabernacle Havana Seed CT #142 Toro earned the 2018 Cigar of the Year. Either way, both of these cigars shapes are beloved for different reasons. Other popular premium cigar shapes and sizes include: Belicoso, Churchill, Corona, Gordo, Lonsdale, Panetela, Torpedo, & more! Find the best cigar shape for you, search our huge inventory.
Q: What is the most popular cigar size?
A: The Robusto cigar, short & fat (5-inch by 50-ring gauge) shape and slightly varied by manufacturer - is the most popular premium cigar size in the world. While the Toro cigar, measuring 5 5/8 by 46-ring gauge, is growing as the second most popular.
Q: Does cigar shape matter?
A: Cigar shapes can vary greatly in size & shape between manufacturers so describing a cigar by its size and shape is very significant. Cigar strength depends on the tobacco inside, however, the smoking experience it provides is defined by the shape.
Q: What are the major types of cigars?
A: The most common cigar sizes can be categorized into 12 popular shapes from smallest to largest: Petit Corona (4.5x42), Gordito (4.5x60), Robusto (5x50), Corona (5.24x44), Toro (6x50), Gordo (6x60), Panatela (6x34), Lonsdale (6.5x42), Churchill (7x48), Lancero (7.5x38), Double Corona (7.5x50), Gran Corona (9.25x47).