As the second third begins, the wood, now better defined as oak, is back up front with the cinnamon and cream in the background. At a half inch in, the oak gains a damp note and char which drowns out the cinnamon and cream. At an inch in, the dampness fades back a bit so that it is in the background with the char note. As the third comes to a close, the dampness and char have gone away and the oak is left with a darker profile. The strength in this third moved up to medium-full.