Although cigar shape charts feel authoritative, the named dimensions of cigars vary wildly by manufacturer. Every few years, a creative marketeer invents yet a new name to throw in there. Those named after famous cigar smokers seldom reflect the size of cigar regularly smoked by that honored person, and often conflict with a similarly named cigar from a different manufacturer.
A tale of two stogies. The first one was an abject failure and the second one was a qualified success. The first started tunneling immediately, so it was like smoking ASP ligero puro . It was tasty but utterly unsmokable. I had overcased the filler. I made both seeing how far I could push the density and still smoke. The second one was made on a different day and feels like a brick and has very tight draw but smokes beautifully; the ash is tenacious enough to survive me wending around the city operating the signal stalk and wheel.
ASP, Corojo viso, seco, binder and wrapper. Rich, tasty smoke.