“Daddy, What’s a Gordo?”
Have you talked to your kids about cigar sizes? No? Well, consider this a teachable moment. My hand-pulled letterpress print makes a great gift for the cigar geek in your life, bringing clarity to the wide and wonderful world of cigar nomenclature.
Today’s most common cigar shape is the straight-sided, round-headed parejo, but many other shapes are available, from the twisted Culebra to the aptly-named Torpedo. The print also covers wrapper color – there are seven, each of which have their own name.
Description by 33 Books Company