As soon as the cigar was lit, it provided the graham cracker note I got from the pre-light draw along with a slight cinnamon. A few draws after that, the graham cracker is replaced by a slightly charred wood with a concentrated cinnamon note. At a quarter inch in, there seems to be a bit of black pepper wrestling with the cinnamon behind the charred wood. At a half inch in, the cinnamon won over the black pepper and is now mellow and smooth with the addition of some cream. At an inch in, the retrohale is carrying quite the cinnamon bite with some oak in the background. At an inch and a quarter, the wood is more defined as oak and has lost the char while the cream is pairing up with it nicely. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.