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Cigar News: Binny’s Beverage Depot to Carry Full Line of Asylum 33 Cigars

April 27, 2017 (Miami, FL) – Binny’s Beverage Depot is set to pick up the full line of Asylum 33 Cigars and carry them in stores and online this month. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Binny’s Beverage Depot is home to 35 retail outlet stores throughout the state of Illinois. The Asylum 33 line of Asylum Cigars tested the waters at Binny’s Beverage Depot before but is now permanently calling the popular retailer home. Binny’s very own production line of Asylum 33 will be available in 46×5.5, 50×4.5, 52×6, and 70×6 vitolas and range in MSRP from $9.95 to $12.95 per cigar, depending on the size.

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Cigar News: Famous Smoke Shop Gets Asylum Lobotomy Exclusive Cigar

Easton, PA — Famous Smoke Shop is a leading online distributor of discounted premium cigars. The company specializes in offering the web’s widest selection of cigars at the lowest prices. Famous has just released a new cigar line in collaboration with Asylum Cigar Company, under the leadership of founders and cigar experts Tom Lazuka and Christian Eiroa. Both founders have had much success in their many years within the cigar industry, and have teamed up to bring an unprecedented level of knowledge in both cultivating and blending tobaccos to their joint venture.

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Cigar News: Christian Eiroa’s Father and Brother Start New Company

Christian Eiroa announced today that his father, Julio and brother, Justo, have entered the cigar business under the company name, JRE Tobacco Co. Their brands are Aladino, Rancho Luna and Tatascan. Eiroa says father is truly a pioneer in the tobacco and cigar business, and his mentor. His older brother and personal hero, is an agricultural engineer (graduated from the Agriculture School El Zamorano University in Honduras). He spent over 22 years building a bottled water company in Honduras and the last 4 years with Campbell Soup Company. He is extremely knowledgeable in leaf tobacco and an expert in consumer products and distribution chain management.

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Blind Cigar Review: Hechicera | Maduro Robusto

“Overall, this was an excellent stogie, with my only complaint being that it was too bloody short! This really reminded me of an Illusione Rothschild. I smoke the regular ones regularly as the creator and owner of the brand has a B&M in Reno. If this is what it is, I’m stoked that they came out with a Maduro line!!!” -Robert (NavyPiper)

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Blind Cigar Review: CLE | Signature Series PLdM

“This was a very good cigar. The first third is the star giving me complex flavors of coffee and cream, oily chili, black pepper, sweet bread, hay, cedar and at times perhaps a black licorice. I kept wanting to take draws just so I can confirm what I’m tasting. The cigar does still have a little bit of edge to it in which I think age may help with. Easy fiver for me. Smoking one every 6 months or so to see how it is progressing.” -Jiunn (jliu)

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Blind Cigar Review: OSOK | Cabroncito

“Overall, this was a nice, quick smoke that would be great for those occasions where time is limited, but you would really like a cigar. Plenty of power, packed with a good amount of flavor, and well made, I would definitely be interested in buying a few more of these to keep in the humidor.” -Dave (mdwest)

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Blind Cigar Review: Eiroa by CLE | Robusto

“While the flavor profile of this cigar really wasn’t in my personal wheelhouse, it will likely appeal to others who prefer sticks that bring a strong pepper punch on the front end and like smokes with grass and hay type overtones. While not very complex, it was not overly simple or boring either. It was well made and other than the single touch up required (not really a big deal at all) it performed nicely from start to finish as well.” -Dave (mdwest)

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