The cigar begins with some wood, baking spice and a subtle stone fruit sweetness. At a quarter inch in, the stone fruit sweetness is replaced by a mustiness. At three quarters of an inch in, some of the sweetness returns on random draws, pushing through the mustiness. The retrohale is primarily mustiness with some wood and baking spice in the background. At an inch and a quarter, the wood, baking spice and mustiness are all at equal levels. As the third comes to a close, the mustiness takes a slight lead over the wood and baking spice. The strength in this third was mild-medium.