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Layering Different Baccy's

Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by Pecci, Dec 10, 2010.

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  1. Pecci

    Pecci Active Member

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    I had a thought! That's worth a post in itself!

    Has anyone ever layered different tobacco types in their bowl? I realize their would be more ghosting than on Halloween night, but thought it was worth asking!
     
  2. Deckard

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    Ah yes, the parfait, the black and tan. Its come up several times independently by different people.

    Though I still haven't gotten around to trying it.
     
  3. Bri2k

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    Me either. Good tobacco I'm happy to enjoy as is and less than good I do a little "kitchen sink" bolending with.
     
  4. dfrontiera

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    Interesting concept though I think I'd first rather mess with blending. Mixing different toby's for new flavor experiences. Plus I would have to assume there is some sort of technique needed to layer toby's in a pipe, and personally I'm still learning to just pack my pipe right so that I can keep the flavor the entire way down the bowl.
     
  5. Dondi

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  6. Pecci

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    Thanks, Donde. That's a good thread. I'm guessing this could be interesting to try.

    I wonder if the order of tobacco, should be as is while wine-tasting. The sweet stuff or aromatics, after or on top of the a burly or virginia, or whatever.

    What combos do you think would be best?
     
  7. Smoker99

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    A parfait, I dont do it, I just move on to something I like.
     
  8. Dondi

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    It's fun to just try out different stuff...a heavy english over a light english... or a rum blend over a chocolate flake. :bing:
     
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