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  1. dubhdarra

    dubhdarra Active Member

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    carey's special dark flake in a falcon, thermos full of irish breakfast tea on the side. this stuff still kicks my butt, dunno how gerry survives it.
     
  2. ruffinogold

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

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    Mb GE / Kaywoodie 39 ..... cold outside ... Coffee
     
  3. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    There is a tobacco that kicks YOUR butt? Now that is impressive. Wait, is that the remake/repackage of...crud, I forget. Revor Plug? Something Gerry said...now I can't recall.




    Taking a break from Dunhill Flake FTM...some G&H Kendal Flake in a MM Patriot. Twining's Darjeeling on the side.
     
  4. velveteagle

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    MB Navy Flake in my Brebbia Ascot brew time...
     
  5. GlassSculptor

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    A.J.'s VaPer in a Cutty nosewarmer. :coffee:
     
  6. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Just polished off a small bowl of Wilderness...should of been a big bowl, so...

    A small bowled Falcon, stuffed with SG Irish XX. Switching to coffee again.
     
  7. Boomer-Z

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    Hello,

    Smokingmy first bowl of Tewksbury & Co's Windjammer. It is a light english blend...very light, but good. Smoking it in my new acorn cob with the Forever Churchwarden stem. Quite an experience.

    Z
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Dropped some G&H u/s Brown Flake in a Pete B-Dog. Coffee, again.
     
  9. Mington

    Mington Well-Known Member

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    Gonna give Boswell's Premium Burley (not Barley) another try, this time in my favorite, my best pipe: the Pete Killarney.

    *It sure does smell nice in the jar!
     
  10. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Dunhill Flake in a basket 'Czech'warden. Sweet tea to pair.


    I may have underestimated my cautious Dunny purchase. :dunno:
     
  11. raistlinsk

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    OGS in a German estate pipe, Guinness on the side
     
  12. Grim_Puffer

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    McClellands Grand Orientals: Classic Samsun in a Boswell Freehand with a nice cold one on the side
     
  13. Dondi

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    H&H Ambassador's blend in a Celtic 69. This from a forumite who was about to chuck it into the trash! [​IMG] I'm glad he didn't! The toby is a smoky english blend, lots of black flecks in the pouch... lots of latakia, definitely cyprian.


    soooo looking forward to smoking this blend in a square-chamber pipe to bring out more intense flavors! :bing:
     
  14. Smoker99

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    GLP Meridian in a Castello 65. An English on the lighter side.
     
  15. Puff The Magic

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    DH DNR in a Wiley "Bent Billie" longstem (semi-warden-ish), :coffee:

    Kyle, the warm bread flavors hit me too as I was finishing up some DH Flake as well. It was just momentarily but noticable. A lovely smoke! With how well the Flake & DNR presents and smokes, I too underestimated the "new Dunhills" in my purchase. I'm sure nearly everyone who has purchased these two feel the same. It's gooe that DH/CAO have come through giving US piperz another superb toby to choose from.

    Will they become a fav and will I proceed with bulk orders of more? Well, initially, i'd say that my recent experiences of these two are stellar ftm and probably will get more but would really prefer it in bulk.............not bulk tinnage though. Any word if CAO/Orlik are planning to kick it out in big bags? :)

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    Ed Puff!
    Cogito ergo puff
     
  16. GlassSculptor

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    Maltese Falcon in a MdP Brandy. :coffee:
     
  17. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Dunhill Flake in a Stanwell ringblasted bent Dublin.

    Ed, I saw in pipes magazine, I think, an article discussing the packaging options for us here stateside, but I don't remember what was what. I'll see if I can find out later.

    Man, this stuff is tasty!
     
  18. Deckard

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    Big physics exam coming up in a little over an hour. Gonna step outside and collect my thoughts with a bowl of Germain's Brown Flake in my favorite Savinelli.
     
  19. Puff The Magic

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    DH Flake in a Tinsky '10 CP, hot tea....mmmmmmmmmmmboy! Was that good! :)

    Now burnin some H&H LJ Heart Va-Bur "mix" in a Pete Kilarney (264-p-lip), more hot tea. Will continue mixing these two LJ Heart tobys. The whole is def greater than the sum if it's parts!

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    Ed Puff!
    Cogito ergo puff
     
  20. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Can't help myself...more DF in the same Stanwell.
     
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