Getting into the second third, the dry earth note still has a slight lead over the oak. At the midpoint of the cigar, the oak takes the lead back from the dry earthiness as the cream from earlier makes a mild return to the profile. At three quarters of an inch in, the cream increases a bit creating a nice smooth mixture with the earth, which isn’t as dry anymore, and the oak. As the third comes to a close, the oak gains a bit of char to go along with the earthiness and cream. The strength remained right at medium.