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Asylum cigars takes a detour from their usual approach with their new release, Asylum 33. Brand owners Christian Eiroa, of Camacho fame, and Tom Lazuka are focusing this line extension towards small batch manufacturing and the inclusion of hard to find tobaccos.
Asylum 33 hails from the El Aladino factory in Danli, Honduras. This cigar is a Honduran puro that uses aged, premium 7 year old tobaccos resulting in a medium to full-bodied blend. You can expect your palate to be carpet bombed with flavors of red pepper, baking spices, chocolate, espresso, cream, wood, and leather. This stick is a slow burner with complexity, balance, and displays a pleasing evolution of flavors.