The cigar begins with cedar, a dark cinnamon along with a very light creaminess. At a quarter inch in, the cinnamon note has transitioned to a light baking spice. At a half inch in, the cream has transitioned to mustiness as the cedar is up front and the baking spice is slightly behind it. At an inch in, the cedar gains a slight char. The retrohale is cedar and baking spice. At an inch and a quarter, the mustiness increases. As the third comes to a close, a slight chalkiness has joined the profile. The strength in this third was right at medium.