My first few puffs and I immediately taste the sweetened cap, followed by dry cedar and dry cedar on the post draw. On the retrohale, there’s some creamy cedar. Overall, as the cigar starts, the sweet cap is driving almost all the flavor. I would describe the cedar as having a clean finish, with some of the botanicals coming through at the end of the draw as it settles in. Some mild cinnamon comes through on the retrohale, along with light plus earth on the post draw by the 35 minute mark. 5 minutes later, some post draw bitterness begins to compete with the sweet cap. At the halfway mark, vanilla sweetness joins the retrohale, along with light plus cocoa as the post draw bitterness falls. I found the first third to be fairly average with none of the flavors standing out or having any particular complexity.