Why is it that one size of a particular cigar can get a 90+ rating but not another size of the same cigar. Aren’t the tobaccos and blend the same?
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It's a matter of space.
While most cigar brands will have a consistent blend for all the sizes in a brand, there is always some level of difference between the sizes due to the difference in size.
Certain brands have different blends for certain sizes in a line. The Davidoff Millennium Blend Robusto, for example, has a different blend than the other sizes in the line.
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