Getting into the second third, it’s much like the first with a slightly drying profile of wood, now more defined as cedar along with underlying notes of coffee and baking spice. At a half inch in, some mustiness joins in with the cedar creating a murky flavor profile which leaves things in an odd, but not bad mixture. After a few draws, that mustiness turns into a slightly bitter char that mixes with the wood. As the third comes to a close, the charred and slightly bitter wood remains up front while the coffee has left and a slight baking spice remains in the background. The strength in this third has moved up to medium.