Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by Morse, Jul 24, 2012.
Move fast people the elusive Hamborger Veermaster is available with a 4 tin limit
I want to try it, but I just got a large order in from them today. They also have some of the old CAO blends in and some other Dan blends that had disappeared for a while...but if they have it now, chances are a new distributor has picked them up and they'll be available again later. I figure they'll sell out fast this time, sorta quick next time, and in a while will likely be around again more or less regularly.
I want to try it, but I'm holding out for some Kingfisher....still hoping it comes back someday!
Where'd everyone go? Hello...Hello...
Just bought 1.5kg direct from Dan, so you guys have at it. Figures.
Thanks for the heads up! I have wanted to try it for a long time now. Got some coming. Now if I can avoid the dreaded "Dear sir, we ran out of..." email I will be great.
Chuckling! At the buying frenzy every other day when another out of stock blend mysteriously appears!
You boys are safe from me buying it all up. I'm only interested in pounds and they appeared not to have those.
Well aren't you just too cool for school!
For that school of thought, yes I am!
You just better hope McClelland never goes tits up.
I have a well stocked McClelland cellar...
No doubt, it's all you buy.
Yes it is, also, at my age my cellar requirements are a lot less than most of you younger guys will need for the future.
"At my age, I don't even buy green bananas" - George Burns
You ain't that old.
No, I'm not that old but I'm still at an advantage over someone 20 or 30 years younger than me when it comes to building up my cellar for my future smoking needs.
More reason to keep buying more tobacco, even those hard to find blends. Cellar wide and deep is what I say.
I agree, and thank God I don't have to chase down McClelland blends all over the internet...
That is one thing we can agree on and one reason why they are a major player in my cellar and rotation.
Chasing down stuff I have not tried is still fun. I build my foundation on good, solid blends that I can get plenty of and the rest is just an interesting distraction.