My initial flavor impressions are cedar, cocoa and some baking spices. The baking spices and cedar carry into the post draw. On the retrohale, the baking spices take on a nice creaminess. Between each draw there is a lingering cedar, with hints of spice. Those post draw spices build rapidly in intensity. As the cigar settles in, cocoa joins the middle of the flavor profile. Post draw spices are up to medium-full, almost full bodied by this point. Some stewed raisin sweetness joins the middle profile as the cigar progresses. Shortly afterwards, some post draw leather joins. In the bottom half of the first third, some loamy earth joins the profile.