Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Penzance in a Peterson ebony system 302
Got a couple house blends from a tobacconist at Penn State. Fireside and English Teatime blends. A little overpriced, honestly, but not too bad.
China Black Whiskey / Dunhill Billiard .... A friend and I swapped blends that we didnt like . He said this stuff was bad and was sorry he was even sending it to me .. lol ... I sent him a bag of Sterling Maple Leaf [ just horrible ] . I'm 3 bowls in and digging it ! No bite , smokes cool , a touch of sweet and a touch of oriental . Relaxing and interesting . I'll be smoking this the next two days while finishing building a pole barn ... The donkeys at this farm I'm at are a trip . One thinks it's a cat and wants you to cuddle it and the other bite yer shirt and wants to take you for a walk . The goat is a trip too .... Turkeys everywhere ... a midget horse [ muted grey color .. very cool ] , chickens , Horses [ real sizes], fowl of all kinds , freakin cats and dogs . Oh , and a llama . Dont care for that one so much .
Llamas are jerks.
Peretti's BPC in a Balkovec Poker.
Penzance. Does anyone else like this stuff... I sure do...
Went on a SG binge yesterday...two bowls of St. James Flake in my Stanwell Golden Danish #45 and two bowls of SG Chocolate Flake in my Pipa Croci Apple.
Ten Russians in a bent and blasted Squatch.
China Black Whskey in whatever pipe is in my truck atm
Five Brothers in a MM Spool
Dan Pipe's No Name #3 in a Dunhill Shell Briar, shape #113
Westmorland Mixture in a Palm. Grey day. But there is also something "romantic" in this autumn. Wind whispers something...
Dunhill Early Morning Pipe in a Savinelli. ... This is my first bowl of this ever, ... I don't think I am a fan of it...
GAF in a basket freehand... set it out for about 45 minutes before loading it and it's amazing. Didn't really need any drying out of the tin, but some sitting out really does a lot for this flake.
Good morning all,
GH Louisiana Flake in a Stanwell billiard, coffee on the side.
C&D Mountain Camp in a CustomBilt Canadian
Kingfisher in a LaRocca bent cutty. This was supposed to be my new "aro" pipe but I like it too much to limit it to just aros. Halfway through my first tin of Kingfisher and it's okay--no great shakes. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy it, but it doesn't live up to all the hulla-ballou--I'd rather be smoking Irish Flake.
Watch out, they spit!
Altadis Creme Brullee in a Peterson #338. Yum!
BTW, no gurgle, no bite, no heat, just sweey and tasty.mmmmmmmmmmm
Stonehaven in a bent Country Gent