Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Poplar Camp in a Boswell that I picked up in 2007 at Boswells.
Davidoff Danish Mixture is a "natural" aromatic blend of Virginia and Burley. First whiff of tin aroma is berries, set it down, take another whiff, and deeper notes of chocolate can be noted. When it's "on", the smoke tastes like a bite of raspberry chocolate parfait. Today it's on!
Davidoff Danish in a Big Ben Ball.
I'm no conniseur, but I can stuff any of my medium or large pipes with Frog Morton OTT and it is just a great smoke. I thoroughly enjoy whatever I am doing if I have a bowl of Frog with me.
My fave is still Frog original, but they're all good. There will always be room in my pipe for Frog Morton.
Oh yeah- Stonehaven, Chacom.
Two Friends Redwood.
There's something about shoveling snow at 5:00 AM that just keeps me up, so 5115 in the Family Era Barling. English Breakfast tea and numb hands on the side.
1-Q in a Dr Grabow Omega, 18-F degrees outside, sitting in my workshop - 70-F degrees - 35/40 percent humidity, all is good! Good morning all
Sittin downstairs with my head stuck up the chimney..Latakia this morning and it's too cold in the garage..
It's Tuggle Hall in a Parker Canadian..
Gooooooood mooooorrrrrrninnnnggggg PSF..
PA in a Dr Grabow.. Good morning
Ten Russians in a Ser Jacopo.
LNF in a country gent
Lane 1-@ in an omega, it was so good the first time I thought I'd do it again
Found a tin of SOTEF that had only half a bowl left! So I mixed up a parfait of SOTEF and IRC Balkan Supreme and now smoking it in an Aran 69.
SWR in a grand duke
Past midnight here, and believe it or not, I'm smoking some C&D Apricots & Cream!
And for the first time ever, I'm actually enjoying it I tried it in a briar and didn't like it. I tried it in a falcon and didn't like it. I tried it in a meer and didn't like it. I tried in it a Mizzou cob... and I'm liking it!
LBF cut with a little 7 Seas.
Irish oak in a Don Carlos Billiard
Grousemoor in a LePeltier clay. Smoking this'n indoors thanks to crap weather. Lady Grey tea and a range hood vent accompanying.
Ten Russians in a Peterson system 302
Altadis TobaccoGalleria: Classic Vanilla in my white Kaywoodie with Vanilla Chai on the side.