Date: October 2020
Author: Inspector Z

Asylum releases Twenty Minutes Tom. This cigar caters to the Asylum fans that live in colder climates. Not all cigar smokers are allowed to smoke inside, and being outside with a 7×70 or 8×80 Asylum in the cold isn’t fun. So the cigar company is releasing the smallest Asylum cigar ever. 

It is a 4×48 Rothschild. The production of the cigars takes place at the CLE Factory in Danli. Christian Eiroa is the owner of the factory. Eiroa is also one of the two founders of Asylum Cigars. The other owner and founder of Asylum Cigars is Tom Lazuka. The Twenty Minute Tom is named after him. CLE Factory is formerly known as El Aladino. The El Aladino name refers to the movie theatre that was once home to what is now the factory.

The blend & packaging

The blend of the Asylum Twenty Minutes Tom is simple. It’s all Honduran Corojo tobacco. Much like the Asylum Medulla and Asylum Oblogata cigars. We reviewed these cigars earlier this year. The packaging is simple. The Asylum Twenty Minutes Tom comes in packs of five cigars.

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