An interesting combination of flavors start things off as I’m getting wood, cinnamon and underlying floral notes. At a quarter inch in, the wood gains some char as some cream joins the floral note and the cinnamon is mostly present on the finish. At an inch in, the cinnamon has completely left as the charred wood is up front and the cream and floral notes are in the background. The retrohale carries the same combination of flavors, the charred wood is just a little fuller in its presentation. At an inch and a quarter, the wood loses the char as a dry earthiness joins the front of the profile. As the third comes to a close, the wood has gained a toastiness while the dry earth also remains up front. There is some cream still present in the background, but the floral notes have gone away. The strength was right around medium.