Initial draws bring cedar, cream and a spice that is not quite cinnamon. At a quarter inch in, the spice goes away and the cedar transitions to just the lightest of a general wood note, but the cream maintains its level. The retrohale has a slightly fuller general wood note along with a matching level of cream. At three quarters if an inch in, the wood gains a slight bit of toastiness to go along with the creaminess. At an inch in, the toast goes away and some nuttiness joins in to mix with the creamy wood. At an inch and a quarter, the nuttiness goes away and the profile returns to just creamy wood. As the third comes to a close, the profile gains a bit of sweetness which is a nice enhancement to the creamy wood. The strength in this third was mild-medium.