The draw was perfect with just the right amount of resistance that I prefer.
The cigar began with cedar hay and some dull black pepper. As it progressed, the cedar became toasted and some mustiness joined in as the pepper faded away. Strength never grew above slightly below medium. The burn was a bit of an issue with the cigar going out twice, but the draw was perfect. With the Davidoff Luke Bryan being an edition for a Country music singer, I can see the low strength being a draw to reach fans who may not be regular smokers and not wanting something too full. Overall, the cigar was pretty typical of other Davidoff white labels. The price point is quite high for this vitola, but for its audience, I think the cigar is probably a good fit. Not something I’ll likely return to, but if you’re a fan of the white labels or the singer, it might be something you want to try.