Upon lighting, I am greeted with a slightly sweet and creamy woodiness. After a couple of draws, the wood becomes a bit piney, but not a bright pine, but a rough and muddled pine. The flavors in the mouth are identical to what is present on the retrohale. At a half inch in, the retrohale diverts from the flavors in the mouth and becomes much creamier but still maintains a bit of woodiness. As the cigar continues, there is still an underlying pine in the mouth flavor that mixes in with a little cream. The sweetness is no longer present. An inch and a half in, the pine finish really sits on the tongue. There is an ever so slight mild pepper that is now peeking in. As the third comes to a close, The mouth flavor is primarily creamy and woodiness with a bit of pine finish. The retrohale is creamy with a bit of woodiness. The strength is just slightly below medium.