The cigar begins with an abundance of bread along with some wood and baking spice. At a quarter inch in, the bread gains a bit of sweetness as the wood and baking spice pair up well in the background. At three quarters of an inch in, a slight coffee note joins the mix of sweet bread, wood and baking spice. The retrohale carries a fair amount of baking spice along with some wood. At an inch and a half, the bread and coffee have become even while the wood and baking spice remain in the background. There are moments of bitterness that pop in on random draws. As the third comes to a close, a fair amount of cream comes in as the wood moves up front while the bread, coffee and baking spice are in the background. The strength in this third was right at medium.