The cigar begins with a very small ring gauge which brings a musty and spicy cedar. At a quarter inch in, there have been some draws where I’ve picked up some faint floral notes. At an inch and a quarter in and past the lighter foot wrapper, the cedar transitions to a general wood as the mustiness and spice remain. At an inch and a half, a toasted bread note joins the profile. The retrohale is spice forward and has a decent bite with some musty wood as well. At two inches in, the profile consists of musty wood with the addition of some cream along with the toasted bread while the baking spice is a supporting note in the background. As the third comes to a close, the mustiness and cream are paired up with the toasted bread and wood while the spice is very faint in the background. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.