Cigar Review: Asylum Schizo

Basic Information: Asylum Schizo

Manufacturer – Asylum Cigars

Size – Robusto

Wrapper – Nicaragua

Tobacco Blend – Nicaragua

Pricing – $1.84 – $2.20

Body – Medium

Construction/Appearance:

This Asylum Schizo has a rough brownish grey wrapper with some obvious veins and pretty tight nearly invisible seams. 

Pre-Light: 

Aroma – Perfumed Cedar and smoky cocoa.

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Cedar and Cocoa

After Toast:

First Third – Cocoa cedar and spice take the lead here with that smoky wood note lingering on the finish. The burn is wavy and ash fell at the inch mark. 

Second Third – Cocoa, cedar and spice carry into this third with some earthy and leather notes taking over the finish. The burn remains wavy. 

Final Third – The Cocoa gets sweeter here and the cedar dies down. The finish remains earth and leather. The burn remains wavy.

Suggested Pairing:

Bourbon – Woodford Reserve

Wine – Septima Malbec

Overall Experience:

I must say when it comes to the Asylum Schizo I have smoked probably 200 of these and everyone has been virtually the same, which is rare for a brands budget cigar bundles. I love this smoke, the entire experience for the price is unbeatable in our book. Perfect for anyone who loves a good cigar and is on tight spend leash. We keep these stocked at all times in our humidor here.

About Asylum Cigars – https://www.clecigars.com/portfolio/asylum/

Asylum Schizo