A hand-rolled Perfecto shaped cigar is one of the most difficult to make. But examples like Arturo Fuente's Work of Art show that the extra effort is more than worth the payoff. The Work of Art more than lives up to its name — meticulously rolled in a sweet, spicy Cameroon wrapper with impeccable construction and a medium-bodied flavor. Once you burn through to the thickest part of the cigar, it opens up to reveal earthy flavors that lead to a spicy finish. The Dominican cigar is 4.8" long and the largest ring gauge in the Hemingway line.