Upon lighting, I’m getting a bit of a vegetal flavor along with a mellow spice which is a pretty good combination. After a quarter inch, the spice fades away a bit, but makes itself more present in the retrohale. The flavor is carrying a very dull mix of the vegetal experience and the spice. It mixes well and is low key, but at the same time enjoyable. About half an inch in, the flavor becomes very grassy with the spice almost completely gone now. As things progress, I begin to get a little bit of cinnamon on the retrohale. The grassiness turns into more of a dry hay. The retrohale carries just the slightest bit of cinnamon and creaminess. Nearing the end of the third, a fair amount of mineral makes its way into the retrohale. As the third finishes out, it is creamy dry hay with a little minerality on the retrohale. The strength in this third was a mild-medium.