As the final third begins, the profile is a bit darker with the charred wood and earthiness. The retrohale is a creamy charred wood. At a quarter inch in, a slight bitterness latches on with the charred wood while the earthiness is now a background note. At three quarters of an inch in, the char and bitterness drop back and the wood is up front. There is also a slight bit of mintiness that joins in. At an inch and a quarter, quite a bit of bitterness returns, pushing the charred wood to the background. This is how the cigar finishes. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.