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The Arturo Fuente Shark vitola of cigars is one of the most recognizable sizes of cigars on the planet. It is a round to square shape, with the cap being a more normal rounded cap, but as the cigar progresses to the foot, the shape gradually squares up until it ends at a perfect square at the end.
This vitola was first seen as a prototype given out at CFCF in 1999, and was called (oddly enough) a “Round To Square Shape” or “Bull Shark”, and was 5 5/8″ x 54. It was never officially released, and it had a rounded cap, compared to the pointed belicoso-style cap of later incarnations…
The next time this vitola was seen was in the Añejo line of cigars, as the “Añejo Shark No.77”, which was released in 2001, one year after the rest of the Añejos were first released, in 2000. The vitola was such a hit (and so memorable) that cigar smokers started referring to it as just a “Shark”, and not using the RG to identify it, as is usually done with most other Añejo vitolas, i.e. Añejo No.48, etc.
Arturo Fuente Añejo Reserva Xtra Viejo Limitada No. 77 Sand Shark
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|Dimensions||7 × 9 × 2 in|
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