As the cigar begins, it presents flavors of light wood and baking spice. At a quarter inch in, some bready notes join the light wood and baking spice. At a half inch in, the flavors all mix together very nicely for a smooth but slightly spicy profile. The retrohale carries the wood and bread notes, but not the spice. As the third comes to a close, the bread gains a slight toasty note to go along with the light wood. The baking spice also remains in the background. The strength in this third was slightly below medium.