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Torpedo Cigars

A closed foot, a bulging middle, and a head tapered to a fine point are the significant features of a true Torpedo cigar size and shape. The dimensions can vary in size from lengths of 6 to 7 inches and ring gauges of 52 to 54. They are complicated to roll. The main challenge is the head or “cabeza,” which requires expertise and exceptional attention to detail. Torpedos are perfect for cigar enthusiasts who seek an added concentration in flavors. The narrowed head is designed to condense and intensify smoke as it passes into your mouth, providing you with a richer taste.

Torpedos also hand you control over how you want your cigar to taste. Depending on how far you place the cut, you are offered a different flow of smoke. A high cut gives a more concise draw, while a cut a little below gives a greater volume of smoke for each puff. This allows you to experiment with your experience until you find the perfect sweet spot. Although, the difficulty of making Torpedoes means that the more experienced rollers in the factory are entrusted with this responsibility. This will probably cost you a little more than the more generic shapes. Also, cutting Torpedos can be a difficult task, especially for those picking it up for the first time. If you cut too shallow, the draw will be too tight, and if you cut too deep, you lose most of the tapered head— the whole point of a Torpedo.

Montecristo No. 2 Torpedo, Arturo Fuente Don Carlos, and Padron 1964 Anniversary Series Torpedo Maduro are some of the premium cigars presented in this size and shape. Taste the difference of a Torpedo-size cigar today. Surf through our collection to pick up a box, or try other Figurado cigars. Check out all cigar sizes and shapes. Explore all of our handmade cigars! You may also return to the homepage.

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