As the final third begins, the char eases up a bit allowing the wood to become more defined as oak. The cream also reappears. At a quarter inch in, a mild spice joins the profile. The retrohale is a similar profile of slightly charred oak, cream and spice. At three quarters of an inch, the cream increases to become even with the charred oak while some dry earthiness remains present in the background. As the cigar comes to a close, it begins to heat up and some mintiness joins the profile. The strength in this third remained at slightly above medium.