The tin of Davidoff medallions I'm currently smoking is quite moist; moister than Escudo and LBF that I have smoked. Since it is sold by weight you get less tobacco when it is moist as opposed to drier offerings.
Peck: I don't think they are. The LBF is grassier, more hay-like, and not quite as rich or as smooth in flavor, and it has less earth, too. Of course, aging in a tin can aid in the differences, and I find LBF's flavor immature in bulk. It needs age. But the differences are varied enough to convince me that they aren't the same.