Upon initial light, I am getting some cinnamon and a bit of woodiness. A few draws in and the cinnamon increases. The retrohale has a white pepper component that gives a nice zing to my nostrils. About a quarter inch in, the cinnamon mellows out and a nice mix of wood and creaminess presents itself. The retrohale still has some pepper, but it has mellowed some. About half an inch in, the creaminess fades and the profile is now primarily wood. The retrohale is now a very mild cinnamon. At about an inch in, the profile has become very smooth. The wood is still the primary flavor, but just the right amount of cream is mixing in. The retrohale still has a mild cinnamon, but is also carrying some creaminess. As the third comes to a close, a bit of earthiness comes into the profile to mix with the wood. The strength in this third was just a bit less than medium.