As the second third begins, the toasted wood is out front, still with a bit of that dryness/staleness while the baking spice is now more of a background note. At a half inch in, some dry earth joins the profile. The retrohale has toasted wood slightly ahead of the dry earth with a decent level of baking spice right behind. At an inch and a quarter, a burning paper note has joined the profile which brings a faint bitterness. As the third comes to a close, the baking spice has departed. The strength in this third bumped up to medium.