Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
GLP Abingdon in a Castello sea rock dublin, 7-Up on the side
IRC Dr. Bradley in a Big Ben golf ball... another good blend from Iwan Ries! A light English sent to me by a generous member of the forum. John!
Fighting a nasty cold all weekend. Been smoking Old Ironsides and drinking Double Wood to cure it. Don't know if it worked, but I feel pretty good this morning.
Old Ironsides in a Tsuge. This stuff put the bomb in Lat bomb.
Presbyterian in my Sav Bing's Favorite - coffee on the side!
OGS in a no-name danish freehand sitter, coffee on the side.
Thanks...that's great, and I know where it's going to be flying soon! :cheers:
Treebeard sample in a cob. (should be called Treebark) :yes:
GLP Abingdon in a Dunhill patent 127 billiard, BenRiach curiositas on the side.
W.O Larsen Flake Cut in a handmade smooth Nording bent 8 panel. 7-up on the side.
Had a bowl of Pelican earlier today - about to go out for some Captain Black.
Smyrna #1 in the box pass Medico prince. Decaf coffee with creme brulee creamer. Um, yum?
Dan Independence/Red Cake mix in a no name briar.
Start with some #222 Flake in a Karl Erik grade A bent. Coffee on the side. Enjoy your pipes today gents.
GLP Maltese Falcon in a Dunhill patent shell 660, Coke zero on the side.
222 Flake (thanks, noflex!) in a CAO meer.
Effortless smoke. No relight, and no
gurgle. An hour and a half smoke.
Jon Hopkins - Opalescent through
PPP in my Meer. I may be growing to like this more than Irish Flake.
I do, however, need to sharpen my damn knife.
Macion, my last plug of PPP was like trying to cut through leather with a butter knife. That's some compact baccy...
Had some Walnut in a MM on the way to work, coffee and news radio
Century Z50 Cordial in my new found Fukashiro full bent brandy sitter. I so scored this pipe
1776 Tavern in KW canadian
Solani Silver Flake in a home-made bent billiard. This is the second bowl of the Silver Flake that I have had and must say that I REALLY like it. Good overall taste... you can detect the sweetness of the VA and the nuttiness of the Burley... great blend.
PA in a cob.