My first few puffs bring flavors of graham cracker with cedar defining the entire post draw. Strong powdered cocoa with a coating mouthfeel as the post draw cedar quickly recedes. Some white pepper starts to join the post draw as the cigar progresses. Desserty on the retrohale with graham cracker, baking spices and cocoa. On the post draw, pepper builds, getting up to medium plus. Cherry hits the end of the retrohale and the beginning of the finish. That post draw pepper is lingering significantly between draws. Bready notes join the cherry and by the 15 minute mark, the pepper has given way to baking spices. The post draw brings in a satisfying creaminess. By the 20 minute mark, cedar rounds out the retrohale with some drying cedar post draw. Cocoa really defines the profile by the 30 minute mark. In the bottom half, the cocoa gives way to the graham cracker. Pepper on the post draw comes back, at medium minus, pushing back against the cedar. There was a substantial number of flavor notes through the first third, and an almost equal number of flavor transitions. There is a lot going on here.