What is the World’s Biggest Cigar?
The world’s biggest cigar measures over 6 meters long (about 20 feet). This ridiculously large cigar measures about 1 ½ feet in diameter and holds close to the exact same relative proportions to a regular sized cigar. It is made of tobacco and held in a wooden frame to keep it from losing its shape. The entire cigar ways about 300 pounds and is estimated to be the equivalent of about 4000 regular sized cigars.
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