Escape the asylum of life’s everyday stresses by delving into a cigar experience like none you’ve had before.
This is Asylum Cigars’ motto, describing their impressive collection of Central American cigars. Of the many flavor-forward brands under the Asylum portfolio, none are as popular as the Asylum 13 series, which has expanded to include flavor profiles for smokers of all preferences.
On the mild-end of this flavor spectrum is Asylum 13 Connecticut. Introduced in 2016, the Connecticut features a blend of Honduran Corojo and Habano leaves in the filler, a Honduran binder, and a silky smooth Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. The entire filler recipe is grown on Asylum co-founder Christian Eiroa’s family-owned farms in Honduras.
The resulting profile is mild/medium in body and strikes a heavenly balance between smooth creaminess and zesty spice. Asylum includes their signature “mega” sizes for the Asylum 13 Connecticut, such as 6x60 and 7x70 gordo formats that are known for their cool smoking texture and big smoke output.