I am sure there has been a thread on this at some time , so excuse me if this is rehashing old news.
When I started smoking cigars, I was given several robustos. Being a novice (then as well as now) I stayed with what I knew. I tended toward larger ring gages and bought larger cigars even though I didn't always have time to smoke them. Recently however, I won some lots on C-bid. 5 Vegas A series, Anomaly (petit corona) and Fonseca Habana seleccion, Delicias (lonsdale). These are both much different in size than what I have usually smoked, but both are pretty good even though they still need some time in the humi.
So the question. How does size effect the cigar experience? I eagerly await the knowledge filled responses!