The first few puffs consist of an undefined sweetness, which I then immediately recognize as a sugary sweet tip. The interesting thing is that the sweet tip is not overwhelming, and it doesn’t have that ‘artificial’ quality that I have come to associate with sweet tips. A few more puffs in and some cedar flavors begin to define themselves on the retrohale, along with some post draw pepper that lingers at the back of the throat. As the cigar starts to settle in, the sweet tip takes on a vanilla character, along with some light hay flavors. That undefined sweetness eventually joins in the retrohale, as the sweet tip and vanilla falls to a light plus.