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  1. Bri2k

    Bri2k Active Member

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    An after-work pipe of PA in a Yello Bole Imperial.

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  2. Puff The Magic

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    well let's see........this morning was CH in a Kaywoodie Standard (for Dad).

    Mid day was a CCSS Redhead filled to the brim with cubecut Escudo.

    Most recently was a brand new Jake Hackert "Diplomat" filled with Reiner LGF.

    All smoked wonderfully BUT I gotta say the Hackert was the BOMB! I can tell that I'm gonna really really enjoy this one.......the first bowl was awesome and I KNOW this'll get even better with subsequent intro's to fire & leaf.

    Hey cob lovers, get a Hackert cob! You owe it to yourself! No lie.
     
  3. dubhdarra

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    longmire diplo full of fvf. first bowl of the day, dunno why but my stomach was cramping so bad this morning i had to call out of work.. glad i finally feel well enough to smoke.
     
  4. hoss

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    The morning bowl, whilst out running errands was Carter Hall in a CAO bent lattice meer. I'm about to go fire up some Irish Flake in my Rad Davis squashed tomato now that i have a good little spot to take a break from the tyranny of the urgent! :thumb:
     
  5. Rugbysh9

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    Pre dinner smoke - Westminster in a Radice Rind Bent Billiard, Buffalo Trace Burbon neat
     
  6. GlassSculptor

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    SG is in stock at pipesandcigars.....Get it before it's gone gents!

    Oh,,,,, Christmas Cheer in a Stanwell 186.
     
  7. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Escudo in my mini-meer waiting on my son to finish up grilling....does good for a 13 yr. old.
     
  8. dubhdarra

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    smoking some now slightly less precious FVF in the longmire diplo while ordering one metric butt ton of gawith tobac.

    lost my tamper earlier and came to an odd discovery, relighting instead of tamping on a gawith flake makes it burn cooler, longer, and drier. like, in a major way. suggest giving it a try to anyone who didn't already know this trick.
     
  9. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Some CH in my Hackert MM General, lamenting the fact SG will hafta wait while I square away my son's education...oh, a Lionshead Pilsner on the side.
     
  10. adpipes

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    Peterson university flake in a Dr Grabow straight savoy. Very good with hints of fruit (fig maybe?) and a floral, almost incense like taste that I enjoy in cigars on the rare occasion I taste it.
     
  11. stummel bum

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    1792 in a pot with iced earl grey on the side.
     
  12. Dondi

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    very true, when I'm smoking flakes, I find that I use my multi-tool often... but not the tamper part, instead I just lightly loosen the flakes using the poker tool, relight and go!

    edited to add: Germain RJP in a Tinsky apple
     
  13. Deckard

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    Red Cake in a Cob and I'm right with yinyang on the Gawith sitch. I just payed my last tuition bill and trusted the word on the street for the November ETA.
     
  14. nobler son

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    Carter Hall in a MM Legend.
     
  15. dubhdarra

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    i may have just perfected sas's canuckball technique with the just about last bowl i have of 1792 in the orlik doublebore pot. usually the pipe smokes slightly wet (not broken in yet) but i just finished a bowl using half as much tobacco as usual, burned as long as normal, tasted better than i've ever smoked it, and not a drop of moisture. in a freaking pot.

    that thread should be required reading for signup, i can't believe i never read it before today. thanks sas!
     
  16. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    Just remember the old seat belt ad, Dub, "You can learn a lot from a dummy"

    JFG SLF in a Caminetto.
     
  17. GlassSculptor

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    Davidoff Flake Medallions in a Stanwell Ivarsson......only 2 medallions left .... :D

    :groucho:
     
  18. Dondi

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    How do the medallions compare to escudo?
     
  19. Rugbysh9

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    Morning all! 5 Bros. in a Turner Twist Dublin, :groucho:
     
  20. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    SWR in a small apple . Gotta watch kids today ... maybe I'll get to finnish a bowl ... maybe :groucho:
     
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