Initial draws bring a very spicy cedar. The spice that it carries is very diverse. After a few draws, the spice settles down and a good amount of cream comes in along with a little bit of coffee to mix with the cedar. The retrohale is creamy, but carries a decent spicy zing to it. At a quarter inch in, the coffee goes away and the cedar and cream remain. The retrohale has lost all of its spice and is also a creamy cedar. Three quarters of an inch in and a slightly green coffee bean flavor has joined in with the cedar and cream. At an inch in, the green coffee morphs to a light roast coffee and mixes really well with the cedar and cream. The retrohale now carries a slight vegetal note along with some cream. As the third comes to a close, it continues with the cedar, cream and light coffee. The retrohale is a mild cedar and cream. The strength in this third was right at medium.