The cigar begins with a mix of wood and cinnamon. At a quarter inch in, the cinnamon drops down in intensity while the wood remains up front. At three quarters of an inch in, the cinnamon morphs to a more general baking spice that becomes a bit more potent and is present on the finish as well as the retrohale. At an inch in, a mellow creaminess and mustiness join the profile as the wood remains up front with the baking spice in the background. As the third comes to a close, the mustiness has really built up and takes the lead over the wood while the baking spice is in the background and the cream is no longer present. The strength in this third was right at medium.