The cigar begins with some wood, a full cinnamon note and some breadiness. At a half inch in, the wood becomes fuller while the cinnamon eases up and the breadiness is quite faint now. At an inch in, all of the flavor components become even which is a pretty good combination. The retrohale is a mix of the breadiness and wood. At an inch and a quarter, the wood takes on a little char which knocks down the cinnamon a bit, but the bread note remains at the same level. As the third comes to a close, the charred wood is up front with the bread slightly behind and the cinnamon note in the background. The strength in this third was right at medium.