Initial draws bring a mix of oak and baking spices. After a few draws, these flavors become fuller and create a nice, bold mix. At a half inch in, the oak gains a bit of char and still mixes well with the baking spices. The retrohale is a very bold charred oak. At an inch in, the profile mellows a bit as the baking spice reduces and lets the charred oak take front stage. At an inch and a half, the profile becomes very smooth as some cream joins in which completely pushes the baking spice out and reduces the char. The retrohale is a creamy oak. This is how the third finishes. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.