Enjoy the rich flavor of Agio Mehari's Java cigarillos in the original blend that debuted in 1976. Made with a diverse mix of prime tobaccos from several nations rolled in a savory Java wrapper for a satisfying short smoke that's mild, well-balanced, and fragrant. Add some to your cart now.
Have been buying them regularly, they are consistently good. I also enjoy Agio filter tips but is not available in the U.S.00
These are OK, for the price...I have a feeling they would score higher reviews as a toro or maduro wrap. They do seem to be wrapped a little loose and burn quickly. However, the pull is even and stays cool throughout. Taste/flavor is pretty subjective, but you can get a bit of the Java flavor most noticeable in the middle . I would say if you re looking for a small cigar to smoke with your morning cup of coffee, these would be OK.00
Didn t taste good. It burned fast so no much to enjoy. Crappy job on wrapping.11
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.21