First try of 1792

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  1. AndyLowry

    AndyLowry Member

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    Ummmm.... uhhhhh... achchchhh... This is the worst damn stuff I've ever seen, smelt, felt, or stood next to. Does anyone know where I can get a pound of it?
     
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  3. woody

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    Now your smoking! Gratz!
     
  4. tsgourley

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    Only a pipe smoker would have that kind of reaction to something and thoroughly enjoy it! I'm with you all the way!
     
  5. Legend

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    1792 is something every pipesmoker should try. When it's aged good and not as moist, I taste a meaty beef stew thing going on in it. Wierd...but I like it!
     
  6. BradNTX

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    In the context of smoking tobacco... this is a very interesting description, including the conclusion! Makes me want to sniff a sample.
     
  7. Smoker99

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    I love 1792, and I prefer to smoke it a bit wet. It tends to lose it's flavor/aroma with drying. My 2ยข.
     
  8. Mike Pomery

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    I need to try some. I like a tobacco that has some meat to it.
     
  9. Mister Moo

    Mister Moo Normal Cow Moderator Moderator

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    +1 on the meaty thing.

    +50 on the weird thing.

    1792 is the most famous of love/hate tobaccos I suppose.
     
  10. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    1792 is the most famous of love/hate tobaccos I suppose.
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    I might argue in favor of Grousemoor, but I won't argue that SG is king of the love/hate thing.
     
  11. Mington

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    grrrr....
    just when I thought I had a handle on my next TAD wishlist\order.
    <sigh>
    Add another to the list please.
     
  12. Legend

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    Sorry man...
     
  13. Gondar

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    :cool: Made me chuckle that!
     
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