Light cedar and hay opens the cigar up, finishing with white pepper. Baking spices and pepper on the retrohale. That pepper quickly moves to medium, lingering on my lips and tongue. Minutes later, mild chlorophyll and earth join the flavor mix. There’s an interesting aroma from the cigar that I’m not able to describe adequately. Light earth joins the middle of the profile, with mild cocoa buried underneath. At an inch or so into the first third, the post draw pepper has taken over most of the palate. At the halfway point, some mild sweetness comes through at the end of the draw. At the middle of the profile, cocoa at light plus. Some mild hay comes through at the beginning of the draw but is quickly erased by the other flavors. Nearing the end of the first third, mild cocoa comes through on the retrohale, with post draw dry earth.