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Where the Most Money is Burned on Cigars

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When it comes to buying cigars, U.S. adults are among the biggest spenders. Americans of age to buy tobacco spend around $36 per year on cigars, only topped by the Lebanese who spent almost $37 per capita last year on the vice. Other high rollers who like to spend big on expensive cigars are Qataris, Luxembourgers, Icelanders, the Swiss and the Brits – likely aided by the fact that these countries all have high price levels and/or high taxes on tobacco.

This chart shows the per capita revenue from cigars in selected countries in 2022 (in U.S. dollars).

per capita revenue from cigars in selected countries

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