Co-founded by Tom Lakuza and Christian Eiroa, Asylum Cigars has garnered a reputation for releasing mind-blowing blends and rare, difficult to find sizes. Asylum has been flooding the cigar market with bold stogies that are breaking-up the monotony produced by competitors. Christian Eiroa, owner of Tabacaleras Unidas, spent his childhood on the Jamastran farm in Honduras, which fostered his passion for tobacco. Tom Lakuza has an impressive background working with well-known brands including Davidoff and Camacho Cigars. Superior Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos used in Asylum Cigars have helped the brand amass numerous 90+ ratings and awards from revered industry critics. Most importantly, Asylum has won the respect, as well as loyalty, of cigar aficionados whose tastes and preferences had long been neglected. The 7 x 70 and 8 x 80 sizes are the company’s most successful cigars and their limited release lines have been known to sell-out. Lakuza’s and Eiroa’s dedication for releasing ingenious, premium blends rolled into daringly large stogies is evident in every stogie they craft. Connoisseurs searching for an audaciously big cigar bursting with innovative flavors can find refuge in every series released by Asylum.