Asylum Insidious Habano
During the cigar boom of the 1900s, many people like Asylum co-founder Tom Lazuka were catching the cigar bug, and a lot caught it so bad that they gave up their careers to chase something—anything—cigar related.
So we get to this point that not too many people take, but Tom Lazuka takes it. And out of all the people that catch the bug and then take this step, how many work for Camacho where they’ll meet a seasoned professional and future business partner in Christian Eiroa? Not many. Damn, Tom. Can we get some of that good luck over here?
Asylum Insidious Habano cigars are wrapped in a stunning Habano leaf. Beneath this is a quality blend of Honduran long-fillers. The sweetened cap is present though not in an overwhelming sense. The wrapper is milk chocolate brown with minimal veins. The cold draw is all sweetness as we expected.
Once burning, Asylum Insidious Habano cigars deliver spice, sweetness, cinnamon, leather, and cedar. While the second third adds a pepper note, for the most part, it is a continuation of the above flavors with the spice increasing. To finish things off, the pepper and cinnamon really step up their game toward curtains.
Please enjoy Asylum Insidious Habano cigars at your leisure.
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Asylum Insidious Habano FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Sweetness, spice, cinnamon, leather, pepper, cedar.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Lovers of habano wrappers and stronger cigars.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It’s a beast, so make sure you have a chair to get you there (if needed, of course).
What’s a good pairing with it?
Given the note, pair Asylum Insidious Habano cigars with a Ballast Point Cinnamon & Raisin Commodore Stout. It’s destined to be one hell of a combination.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Just before you realize that tomorrow is Sunday when you thought it was going to be Monday.
Only when it’s Monday.