The first thirds dominant notes start with a mixture of hay and creamy bread. Surrounding these flavors, slight barnyard, toasted wood, roasted nuts and a very unique bitter herbal spice that I can’t quite pinpoint. About an inch in, the creamy bread, unique bitter and herbal spice, toasted wood and wood bitterness creates a very balanced and tasty symphony of flavors. Through the nose, white pepper spice, wood bitterness, cedar and slight creamy bread. The finish consists of salt, lingering creamy bread and tongue sticking, tapered, oily black pepper spice. In terms of strength and body, both are at a solid medium the entire first third.