From beginning to end, the draw on the cigar was to my liking. It was not too loose, but not too snug. It had a slight bit of resistance, but nothing major and made for a preferred smoking experience.
The Davidoff Selección 702 Limited Edition is an enjoyable cigar with a very nice flavor profile from start to finish. I believe it smoked best in the second third, the first third to follow, but no third was bad. The construction was almost perfect and the draw great throughout. This is a flavor focused cigar, it’s not about the strength or body, and while there is not a lot of transitioning from start to finish there is some transitioning present. It is a cigar more focused on the depth of the flavors, rather than transitioning and I believe that to be the case with a lot of Davidoff offerings. I enjoy this wrapper on this blend, it is nice to smoke that 702 wrapper in its “original form” and not by being used as a “substitute wrapper,” and because of that I find it to be the superior offering with the wrapper. On top of that, I really dig the size for this cigar. it has that Toro quality but with a smaller ring gauge that I prefer. If you are a fan of the 702 Series, I think you should try this smoke out and if it hasn’t crossed your mind yet, you should. I believe this to be lighter than the 702 Series offerings, but more elegant overall.