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Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Tsurugi, Oct 21, 2010.

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  1. Tsurugi

    Tsurugi Member

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    After loving my Peterson Sherlock Holmes Squire I just had to buy another Peterson, and always wanted a system pipe, and so this is what I got.

    I have been wanting to try RRR for a long time, and Old Dublin was sort of next on my list, and topping it off I decided on 25g of Kendal Brown Irish twist, which I'm looking forward to trying, although a bit nervously.
     
  2. Tas Gunsmith

    Tas Gunsmith Member

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    Crikey who let the dog out!
    No wonder your nervous....

    No seriously I love my petes and my latest isn't getting enough drying time so I'll have to get another. Then I might get another but that will be it or though...... Maybe just one....
    Anyway enjoy, you have a nice pipe there.
    Cheers
     
  3. Dondi

    Dondi Active Member

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    Wow, feeding both PAD and TAD in tandem! Good job [​IMG]

    I think you'll find that RRR and SL can share the same pipe to good effect.
     
  4. Tsurugi

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    I just tried it with Old Dublin, the pipe smoked great, and I absolutely loved the tobacco.

    Thanks for the tip again Dondi :)

    Yeah, it really does look like dog poo. :yikes:
     
  5. Tsurugi

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    I just tried the Gawith & Hoggarth Brown Irish twist, and was kind of blown away, tasted like a full bodied peppery cigar, with a little chewing tobacco taste too.

    Absolutely loved it, I'm sure it's a great after dinner smoke.
     
  6. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Nice little purchase! Bet that twist will be an
    interesting smoke! Doesn't look appetising! LOL
    Enjoy the new burner.

    dp
     
  7. Tsurugi

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    It sure was interesting, strong and lovely. The one drawback though is that it goes out pretty easy, requiring quite a few relights.
     
  8. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    I love that Pete. Congratulations. Now, file the P lip off so you can enjoy it.
     
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