Initial draws bring some woodiness and a light black pepper. There is a spicy tingle on my lips as well. After a few draws, the black pepper morphs into cinnamon. A quarter inch in, the profile is creamy wood and cinnamon, a great combination. The retrohale is a mellow creamy wood. About half an inch in, the retrohale gains a bit of a bready component to go along with the creamy wood. Just passing the inch mark, the cinnamon goes away and the creaminess mellows out while the woodiness takes front stage. The retrohale has lost the cream, so it is primarily woody, but still has a great bready finish. An inch and a half in, the breadiness from the retrohale is now making its way into the mouth flavor. It mixes well with the wood and dialed back cream. As the third comes to a close, the mix of wood, bread and creaminess has come together quite well. The retrohale is still wood and bread. The strength in this third was right below medium.