Second thirds flavor profile initially starts quite similar to the first thirds flavor profile. A cedar that is no longer sharp, increased creamy bread and the same medium bodied sweet cream. The oily red chili slightly dies down but is still considered a dominating note. A new earthy note of bitterness mixes in, playing off the charred wood quite well. At the halfway mark, the oily red chili again decreases, allowing the creamy, sweet bread to move up front. There is also a slick and “zing,” associated namely with the red chili, creating some nice tannins. On the retrohale, still the same fierce white pepper spice and slight bread creaminess. On the finish, charred wood mixing in with the oily red chili. Since the beginning of the second third, both body and strength ramps up to a medium full.