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European Editor James Suckling is heading to Cuba for the Habanos Festival. This year, the party is all about Cohiba and the brand's landmark 40th birthday. (Read all about it in Havana Corner, at www.cigaficionado.com.)
James has a special cigar to the first person who can guess the correct size of the upcoming 40th Anniversary Cohiba. Post your picks here.

One guess per person, please. The first person to guess correctly wins. Good luck!

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It has to be an "A"


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I will go with the DC.
 
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............Churchill..............



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Rodolfo (piramide)- 7 1/8" X54.

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I'll make up a size

40 x 6 1/8"
 
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Double Robusto


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bjm you may have something there. I would like to see that.
 
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double corona.
 
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Lancero
 
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6 3/4" x 54 ring
 
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you would think lanceros, but maybe the will suprise us with a double lanceros or the lanceros especiales!!!

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It will probably be something absolutely new. The Sublime was a completely new ring size and they might decide to do something similar only longer. Maybe...we'll see.
 
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Would love to see that, and its a nice contrarian pick. But the trend these days is big and bigger..unfortunately

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Lancero


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churchill barber pole (light & darl wrapper)
 
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Maravillas 9 x 55


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I say a " super robusto" one of those 60 ring gauge babies
 
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I'll say 7 x 49; A Sorcerer...
 
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I'd say, they are obviously not going to repeat what they did 10 years ago... for one thing "thats so 1996". But they are not going to wuss out and make a mild small gauge cigar. I would say roughly 8 x 54. Somthing with power and complexity.
 
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