Cigars are measured by length (expressed in inches) and their girth or “ring gauge.” The ring gauge is measured in units of 1/64th of an inch. A 64-inch cigar would be one inch in diameter. The size of a cigar does not determine its strength.
The strength of a cigar is used to describe the potency of the tobacco used in a cigar. The strength is often times rated as follows:
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