The cigar starts with some interesting vegetal notes, which I assume come from the Jamaican tobacco, along with some wood. At a half inch in, the two flavors mix together a bit more rather than being two distinct flavors. At an inch in, some pepper joins the mix of the vegetal note and wood. The retrohale is a slightly vegetal wood note. At an inch and a half in, the retrohale gains more of a vegetal note as the mouth flavor loses some of it to the wood and pepper. As the third comes to a close, the pepper is very faint in the background while the profile is back to the mix of wood and vegetal note. The strength in this third was slightly below medium.