As the final third begins, the earth picks up a bit. At a half inch in, the earth is now right behind the toasted oak and the mesquite smokiness has departed. At three quarters of an inch in, a vegetal note joins the middle of the profile. The retrohale is now oak and a light vegetal note. At an inch in, the vegetal note has mellowed a fair amount. As the cigar wraps up, the toasted oak is up front, with earth in the middle and creamy black pepper mustiness and vegetal note in the background. The strength bumped up to slightly above medium.