Okay, have to ask...
See Exhibit A - the perfecto on the left in the "different cigars next to each other" shot.
The difference in width has me thrown...not like with a regular torpedo where the end you smoke from is thinner, but the end you light starts and remains the same width.
So in this case, obviously you light the end opposite the label, but are you supposed to cut that end to an even width first? Or do you cut just a little bit and light the end (even though it's smaller and the burn has to work its way outward to get the rest of the stick going eventually). Reason I ask is the only time I've tried smoking a cigar with a recessing width on the lighting end, the burn never really caught on right, seemingly because I didn't cut it far enough up to have an even width to burn.
Did it not work for me because I just screwed it up, or is there a rule of thumb that I don't know about lighting these shapes of cigars?