The GOOD news is that Asylum Sensorium cigars bring a very special leaf to you. It’s called Pinareño tobacco, a very memorable Cuban seed leaf that the Eiroas haven’t grown since the late seventies. Company founder Christian Eiroa, however, says that it is “worth the sacrifice, as it's truly the tastiest tobacco I’ve ever had.”
That’s some pretty big hype, but sometimes you just can’t beat a special leaf when it comes to making a high-quality blend. Mother Nature really makes us work for this one, so aficionados can enjoy it if they’ve got the coin.
All of the tobacco used is Honduran, and the resulting flavors are off the charts. Spice, earth, cocoa, dark fruit… There are layers and layers of complex notes that will have you puffing along and smacking your lips. This is a blend that you really can’t experience any other way. And the leaf apparently has been on the minds of the Eiroa family for decades.
The “sensorium” refers to the “parts of the brain or the mind concerned with the reception and interpretation of sensory stimuli.” Accordingly, one can tell that this cigar is crafted to be a very special and especially stimulating experience. If you want something sophisticated and unique, you’ve found it.
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Asylum Sensorium FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Spice, earth, cocoa, dark fruit
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Asylum Sensorium cigars are for aficionados in search of a blend unlike any other.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It’d be a crime to waste this one.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Glendronach Revival is a 15-year scotch with sumptuous dark flavors that would pair marvelously with the Sensorium.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
When absolutely no one is going to interrupt your enjoyment. This is a “phone off” cigar.