The cigar begins with a mix of cocoa, dark wood and baking spice. At a quarter inch in, each of the flavors mellow a bit and create a better overall profile. A little further in, the cocoa goes away and is replaced by a bit of creamy coffee to go along with the dark wood and baking spice. At an inch in, the cream bumps up a bit while the coffee, dark wood and baking spices are at even levels. At an inch and a half, I begin to get a graham cracker note right at the beginning of the draw as the creaminess has almost completely left the profile. The retrohale is contributing a spicy oak note. As the third comes to a close, the cream comes back in to the profile. The strength in third is slightly above medium.