Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Gone dog walking with Irish Flake in a Legend.
Old Joe Krantz in a funky little full bent Pete whose shape I don't know exactly how to describe.
A little red cake and coffee in the Invicta Zulu.
Carter Hall in a cob with coffee.
Haven't had a smoke yet, but it's looking like it's going to be some Westminster in a Squatch.
5100 Red Cake in a Masto De Paja bulldog/rhodesian.
2035 in the PSF POY.
HPCS Butternut Burley in an IMP meerschaum apple. Coffee on the side. Another vacation day with my grandson, who is still in bed because he stayed up after midnight watching the Batman movie (1966 version)
JFH Blue Balls (no kiddin') in a Sunday Cob (50's Canadian Co got absorbed by MM. Sunday was making MM branded cobs in the end). No wonder MM felt threatened...these cobs are wonderful! The bend is right, the bottom burns off with minimal wood burning taste, the cob outer stays cool, the oem stem feels "right"...And the bowls are very large for cobs (esp of current cobs). If you see one, and you enjoy cobs, you hafta get one...or two!
Engine 99, cob.
That was not a bad aro at all. No nic but good berry flavor. The other two from the JFH Blueberry Sampler (Blueberry Hill, and Old Toby Stash....which is not the Old Toby in the Middle Earth Series is exceptional! Old Toby Stash is one of their premium bulks (almost double ST Mushroom price), i guess it has more expensive ingredients...
Now is C&D Night Train, same cob!
...so did you find your thrill - on Blueberry Hill? ......sorry - but Fats Domino just came to mind!
Obviously not, given the name of the blend
Old Gowrie, in a Squatch bing.
BBH was better than Blue Balls but Old Toby Stash was the hands down winner if i had to pick one.
This Night Train ROOLZ in this Sunday Cob! Yummy!
Good Afternoon All,
I am enjoying PCCA Dulcet from '93 in my Davorin Morta Billiard with an ice tea. It's the first time I am trying this toby, just opened the tin. it is quite mellow. A very nice tang to it though. Great natural sweetness.
Dark Birdseye in a Baki paneled horn, Twining's English Breakfast tea on the side.
Sillem's Blue in a Altinok Acorn.
BBF in my new meer.
Both blends contain Planta pipe tobacco, which is imported from Germany, hence the increased cost.
McClellandBeacon in a Comoy Dublin. Outstanding!