Many excellent shapes for cigars are uncommon. Here are a few:
Belicoso – about 6 inches long and a ring gauge of 48 (~3/4 inch) with a pointed cone shaped head.
Petite Belicoso – about 5 inches long and a ring gauge of 40 (~6/10 inch) with a pointed cone shaped head.
Pyramid – about 6 to 7 inches long and tapers down from a ring gauge of 52 (~8/10 inch) at the foot and 42 (~7/10 inch) at the head with a pointed, cone shaped head. Smoking time 45-60 minutes.
Torpedo – varies in length and ring gauge. Has a pointed cone shaped head, bulge in the body, and a relatively flat foot.
Culebra – Three cigars each 5 to 6 inches long with a ring gauge of 34 (~1/2 inch) that are intertwined. The cigars have to be unwound to be smoked. In order to avoid breakage, cigars must be very well humidified.

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