CAO La Traviata began at the turn of the 20th century in Cuba's Tabacalera Cubana Agramonte No. 106, which is fondly remembered for its strict adherence to the traditional principles of Cuban cigar craftsmanship. More than 100 years later, CAO resurrected the La Traviata name, abiding closely to its roots in presentation and taste, while offering a modern take on the old world Havana flavor profile. Built from the ground up with a Dominican and Nicaraguan filler blend, a Cameroon binder and an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, La Traviata has been awarded numerous accolades including a spot on Cigar Aficionado's Top 25, and a stellar 92-rating for the "Radiante" frontmark. Accessibly priced, La Traviata is one of the premium cigar category's best-selling cigars.