Filler:Mexican. Take the identifying band off a Te-Amo and knowledgeable cigar smokers would still know it was one of the world's most prized cigars. There is a silky, "quality" feel to a Te-Amo that tells the connoisseur - even before he lights up - of superb tobacco and painstaking craftsmanship. (The tobacco is grown in Mexico's famous San Andres Valley and Te-Amos are handmade by people who have been cigar makers for generations.) As a Te-Amo is smoked, the cigar lover experiences the incomparable enjoyment of tobacco flavor and aroma that distinguishes a truly great cigar.