The cigar begins with cedar, a pretty full baking spice and some mustiness. At a half inch in, the cedar has transitioned to oak and the baking spice has mellowed slightly while the mustiness has maintained itself. At an inch in, a fair amount of creaminess joins the profile which eases the baking spice some more. I can barely retrohale the cigar as it has an intense baking spice note to it with a fairly significant zing. At an inch and a half in, the baking spice becomes very faint in the background while the oak is up front and the cream and mustiness are slightly behind. The retrohale is still baking spice forward, but tame enough that I can do it more frequently and detect the oak and mustiness behind it. As the third comes to a close, the profile is creamy oak along with some mustiness and a very faint baking spice. The strength in this third was right at medium.