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How can I know how big or what sizes the cigars are that are being sold? I'm used to buying NC from shops and catalogs where sizes are listed. Is there a forum on sizing like the one for the codes? Thanks in advance. Brian

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Probably not what they want to hear, but I usually have a couple vendor sites up during the 24:24 to see size (and price).  I'm somewhat new to the forum, and I've been thinking about suggesting they list the size in the description of the offerings. I know a few, but I'm not familiar with most.

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19 minutes ago, SignalJoe said:

This is pretty handy reference: 

http://www.cigars-review.org/sizes.htm

Just note that the list referenced here is the name used in the factory, not the marketing name on the box.

I know it can be confusing when someone like me says they love dalias & cervates, and then you can't seem to find any cigar named "dalias" or "cervates".

It basically is a marketing vs factory simplicity thing.

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10 hours ago, Dodgeski said:

To all who replied, thank you for your time and answers. Brian

You'll be surprised how quickly you'll come to know the different sizes!

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4 hours ago, JohnS said:

You'll be surprised how quickly you'll come to know the different sizes!

You list them by time taken to smoke, don't you John? :P

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4 hours ago, JohnS said:

You'll be surprised how quickly you'll come to know the different sizes!

That's probably easier today than it was before 2005, with all the MM and certain cigars being made in 2 versions (HM and MM)…

That said I find the myriad of recent short robusto a bit challenging…

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