On initial light, I get a nice dose of cinnamon, closer to the sweet candy variety like a Red-Hot. After a few draws, the sweetness mellows and comes more to the actual spice of cinnamon. The retrohale brings a creamy version of the same cinnamon level. A quarter inch in, an oakiness comes in as a background flavor to support the cinnamon. At about half an inch in, the cinnamon, oak and some cream really come together well to create a nice flavor profile. A little further along and the cinnamon is now in the background with the oak taking over. There is still a little cream in the mix as well. The retrohale still holds on to the cinnamon, but the cream has been replaced by a woodiness. About an inch and a half in, the oak is joined by some char and some black pepper that is hitting me towards the back of the tongue. As the third comes to a close, the oak is slightly charred and the retrohale is woody with some cinnamon still in the background. The strength in this third was right at medium.