The cigar begins with some charred wood and some artificial sweetness from the head of the cigar on my lips. At a quarter inch in, there’s an aftertaste that’s sticking to my tongue similar to what you get from an artificial sweetener, but without the sweetness. At a half inch in, some mustiness comes between the charred wood and the aftertaste that’s sticking to my tongue. At three quarters of an inch, the aftertaste becomes very light as some baking spice has joined in to go along with the lightly charred wood and mustiness. There is still a light sweetness from time to time on my lips. The retrohale has a mix of wood and baking spice. The third wraps up with lightly charred wood, mustiness, baking spice and that light sweetener aftertaste. The strength in this third was slightly below medium.