Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Pembroke in a Nording Beaver
More Ogdens Walnut in a Falcon, watching the confused British weather go through its routine of sun, heavy rain, sun again, repeat.
One of my Meerschaums filled with bulk English Latakia Mixture.
A glass of Six Grapes right now with some aged Mc Red Cake out of a Rigoletto squat tomato. I am finally starting to unwind! lol
Now it's my beloved Torben Dansk#14 Flake in a Charatan Zulu, while hoping to win a nice sandblasted Parker pipe on ebay!
I wanted something with a little strength, so I'm testing my theory that adding a touch of this Cumberland Sweet Twist to a blend could make a fuller, more nicotine-rich blend out of a lesser tobacco. But not too much lesser. I cut some very fine discs from the twist and rubbed them out to a rather fine ribbon and mixed it with Davidoff English Mixture to the ratio of about 1:2. Smoking a full bowl in my Ben Wade billiard. So far, it's really nice!
Whew this was a good idea! Satisfying smoke! I wonder how the twist will pair with an aromatic blend, or something with a worthy amount of latakia....guess I'll find out tonight! I'm thinking of mixing it with either sweet vanilla or Balkan Sasieni
Altadis Cream Soda, Peterson #338 Emerald Rustic Totally Awesome Pipe!
Bald Headed Teacher in my (suddenly spectacular) Sav
Gatlin Mountain Mall Mixture in my Georg Jensen bent billiard....
St Bruno in a no name briar
Still drinking the port, but with a bowl of Blackwoods in a Peterson 303.
Some GH Dark Flake in a Falcon, followed by
more GH Dark Flake in the Sav 316KS, followed by
Germain Medium Flake in a Caminetto 7-L07
...film @ 11
Penzance in a mm diplomat earlier, Blue Mtn in a Digby bulldog now
How odd...I get home from work, decide to try out a little GH Dark Flake and load up my La Rocca, go down to the porch, light it up, open the laptop, and find out somebody just had the same idea not long ago
Ruins of Isengard....
dunhill EMP in the Kabik freehand
I just finished a bowl of Black and Gold
Peretti's BPC in a Balkovec Poker.
Great minds think alike!
Another blissful bowl of GAF in the
dedicated Sav Nonpareil. Hints of
chocolate and mint at the bottom
of the bowl.