CAO La Traviata Radiante.
CAO traditionally uses extensive marketing and flashy packaging to mark its place, but this time they have let this cigar do the talking for itself. Packed into a simple wooden box, this medium to full bodied cigar has some complex flavors to it. When first firing up you may notice a distinct earthy, peppery, leathery smell and taste, and as you burn through the cigar you will notice some cedar and nutty tastes and notes with the flavors holding steady as you finish the cigar. Released in late 2009, the quality and popularity of this cigar earned it a spot in Cigar Aficionad’s Top 25 Cigars of 2010 and remains a popular cigar still.