The cigar begins with a very full mixture of wood and baking spice. At a half inch in, the flavors become a bit more distinct and aren’t as muddled together as they were at the start. At three quarters of an inch in, a very light cream joins in to help smooth out the wood and baking spice a bit. At an inch in, the cream has continued to increase to create a nice balance between it, the wood and baking spice. The retrohale is primarily wood with a decent spice kick to it. As the third comes to a close, the profile is an equal mixture of wood, baking spice and cream. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.