Last third is where the gold leaf resides. The significance of noting this is when the gold leaf was burning, I tasted a faint slick metallic note. I wondered if I tasted this because of visually seeing the gold leaf burn. Mind trick perhaps? At any rate, after the gold leaf portion of the wrapper, I no longer tasted the metallic note. Aside from the metallic note, faint charred wood, wood bitterness, sweet cream, sweet hay and bread. On the retrohale, white pepper spice, sweet medium bodied cream and sharp cedar. The finish consisted of faint charred wood, wood bitterness and dried nuts. Body and strength, just like the first and second third, continues to be medium and medium minus, respectively.