Initial draws bring an aged and spicy cedar. A quarter inch in, the spiciness increases while some cream joins in. The smoke is very chewy. At a half inch in, the spice calms down a bit and creates a really nice mix with the creamy cedar. The retrohale also carries this same combination but with the spice taking more of a backseat. At an inch in, the spice decreases a bit more moving the creamy cedar to the forefront. At an inch and three quarters, the cedar transitions to oak while the cream and slight spice remain. The retrohale is now a smooth creamy oak. As the third comes to a close, the spice has moved to the finish only while a slight nuttiness has joined the creamy oak. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.