The cigar begins with a very smooth and mild wood note. The retrohale has a slight black pepper to it that is also smooth, but makes you take notice. At a quarter inch in, the wood note begins to get a bit fuller and a little nuttiness is becoming present. At three quarters of an inch a bready note joins in to mix with the wood and nuttiness. The mix of flavors are all within a fairly mild profile, but it works well together since the strength level is also low. At an inch and a quarter, the bread note gains some toastiness and a buttery note joins the profile while the wood and nuttiness continue on. As the third comes to a close, the profile continues with the complex mix of wood, toasty bread, butter and nuttiness. The strength in this third was mild-medium.