Agio Meharis Reviews
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Agio Meharis Ecuador
"Glad I tried it"
Agio Meharis Brasil (20)
Eve in Milwaukee November 15, 2012
Agio Meharis Brasil
Quick smoke, smells good, looks good, tastes good, great packaging. Impressive. Will def purchase more, thanks Famous!
Kurt in Concord, NC November 24, 2011
Agio Meharis Orient (20)
Great tasting little cigar. I've been smoking Agio Brasil for awhile know. I used to smoke Agio Biddies, but they were discontinued. Agio Brasil is my cigar.
Robert Smith in Michigan August 8, 2011
Agio Meharis Brasil
A very average cigar, if that. I don't understand how it could get a 92 rating. Wouldn't buy again.
John in USA April 6, 2011
"Sunny and Mild"
Agio Meharis Java
I smoke the cigarillo size since I'm not a big bugger in the face kinda gal, and I like a good bargain. These little guys have such a nice disposition and burn evenly, yet don't waste themselves if you're reading and forget about them. They have an even roll and lovely warm, slightly Havana flavor, bringing to mind dryer, warmer climes than Seattle. I recommend them.
Barba in Seattle November 5, 2010
Agio Meharis Brasil
These cigarillos score well for a good draw and rustic appearance. Unfortunately they also score well for consistancy in disappointing me, at least in referance to the box I recieved. They appear to me to be machine rolled.
They have more appearance, draw and consistency than taste or burn. They were, sadly and consistantly, dry and tasteless. They don't even have a flavorful cover leaf like many cheap cigars do.
They tend to regularly burn out when not smoked for a nicotine fix, which would be a fairly miserible way to get a nicotine fix in the first place. An unfiltered cigarette smokes better than these little money wasters.
CNR in WI June 19, 2010
"great taste and enjoyable my favorite"
Agio Meharis Orient
I'm a first timer been smoking cheap cigar cigarettes for a few years and I can't believe I've been missing such a smooth great tasting cigar. I look forward to what the cigar world has for me next.
dennis b. in tulsa ok May 1, 2010
"Amazing Quick Little Smoke"
Agio Meharis Java (20)
I came home from work for lunch today and while I was at home UPS came with my first order from Famous Smoke. I had enough time to toss my order in the humi before I had to go back and decided to smoke one of my quicker smoking cigars. I lit up one of the Mehari's Sweet Orient on the way back to work. 10-15 min. smoke was perfect for the ride back, and the taste and aroma was great. Not too strong and not too sweet for a flavored cigar and not too weak either. I think I found my new treat for the ride home.
Christopher in OH September 15, 2008
Agio Meharis Mild and Light Ecuador (20)
Previously, I gave a general review of the 3 other Mehari's (Ecuador, Brasil, & Sweet Orient), but hadn't tried the Java. This is the original Mehari's offering and I held off trying it because I read a description where this cigar was said to be 'slightly pungent'. To me, that didn't sound good. The pungency is due to the Java Besuki wrapper. So impressed was I with the other cigars in the Mehari's line, I decided to try it anyway. Having smoked half a dozen of these I can say that, yes, they are somewhat pungent, but in a most pleasant way. This is probably the strongest Mehari's cigar. Like the other 3 varieties, the Java is very aromatic and flavorful in it's own unique way, but not artificial-tasting at all (unlike many reasonably-priced cigarillos, which taste sickly sweet in a very fake way to me). The Mehari's line appears to achieve it's flavors and aromas through the tobacco itself rather than through the addition of chemicals. As a small cigar smoker for many years now, I can say that the Mehari's brand is now firmly in my top five favorites. For a unique (and big) experience, give the little Java a try. You won't be disappointed.
Mike in South Dakota July 20, 2008
I love these little buggers. Perfect for a quickie or for someone like me who doesn't like to smoke for hours on end. 10-15 minutes of enjoyment. I've tried all but the Java and it's next. Each is unique but they all grow a little spicier and more complex as they burn down. The Ecuador is subtle and mellow, the Brasil is nutty and more flavorful, and the Orient is slightly sweet with a very amazing aroma and taste. I don't have a fav but choose by my mood. Right now I'm enjoying an Ecuador. Life is good indeed.
Mike in South Dakota July 10, 2008