As the second third begins, the graham cracker note goes away and is replaced by a floral note to go along with the wood while the cream and black pepper remain faint in the background. At a half inch in, the wood becomes a bit fuller as the floral note, cream and black pepper are in the background. At an inch in, the char returns to the wood. The retrohale now has the floral note up front with creamy wood in the background. As the third comes to a close, the cream increases to become even with the charred wood while the floral note and pepper are still faint in the background. The strength in this third bumped up to slightly above medium.