The Cinco Decadas begins with mild spices, trailing sweetness and cedar. Some pepper develops at the tip, back and sides of my tongue. As the first third progresses, some earth at medium minus strength develops. The retrohale takes on a creaminess as the pepper lingers on the post draw at medium strength. At the 15 minute mark, a light plus powdered cocoa joins the flavor mash up. That earth begins to bleed into the post draw, as the pepper intensity falls. Approaching the halfway point of the first third, post draw leather joins in and brings with it a drying mouthfeel. Moments later, post draw sweetness comes through and balances out the leather. Towards the end of the third, the leather intensity fades as the sweetness intensifies.