Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Enjoying a quick bowl of Squadron Leader in the Boswell with a side of coffee.
Presbyterian Mixture in a Tinsky apple
on the side: a Mixture of espresso+amarula
Heeeey...same thing almost. Got a spanking new Pride cob yesterday and stuck some PA in it this morning and let her go!
HHMV in a Sav. Octavia, pepsi on the side. Enjoy your friday.
Today is Red Cake day in a MM Pride cob with Earl Grey tea!
Red Cake in a Stanwell Ivarsson, cup of coffee and Ray Charles screaming in the background.
After dinner smoke this fine friday evening, some Rattray's HOTW in a Kriswill halfbent ball, coffee on the side.
Rattrays Marlin flake in a ring-blast Tinsky 1/2 bent dublin. This coarse ready-rub coes very well in the highly conical-chambered pipe; sweet to the end, all ash.
Back to back...Red Cake in the Kirsten followed by PA/McC 5105 Stoved in the Falcon.
Feeling due to laptop difficulties...
Pete UF in a Tinsky Poker, Pepsi Max on the side
Scottish Cake in a Stanwell Saucer. Coffee.
wessex brigade vaper in a comoy second billiard.
More McClelland 5100 in the Kirsten, sweet tea to pair.
Just finished off some Spilman Mixture in an Arnold billiad after some of the best local pizza to be had.
Golden Extra . Best there is ! I've been trying new blends lately , thanks to this site , and I'm enjoying the new stuff but Golden Extra is the limit to me . The first flame to it is a bit warm and toasty then it mellos and smooths out and just gets better down the bowl . The room note is fantastic and though I'm on anti inflams , muss relax and pain killers [ picked up my john deere .... oops.. I'm an idiot ] I'm happy when I'm smoking this greatest of weeds
A bit of PA in a MM pride cob.
Red Rapparee in a Knute Freehand. My wife picked the pipe. She's pretty awesome!
McClelland #27 Matured Virginia in a MM Pride cob.
SG FVF in a guildhall pot. oddly the first time i've had a really good smoke in this pipe, though i always smoke VA flakes in it.
A little PA to cake up the heel of the Checker.