As the final third begins, the char is replaced by a toasted note paired with the oak, and the burning paper note is now just present on the finish. At a half inch in, the burning paper note comes back to being right behind the toasted oak and mustiness. The retrohale is toasted and musty oak. At three quarters of an inch in, an immense amount of bitterness, likely associated with the burning paper note, has joined the profile. The cigar wraps up with toasted oak along with burning paper and bitterness. The strength in this third remained at medium.