Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
C&D Mountain Camp in a Nording Hunter(beaver)
Nice big billiardfull of BCF.
C&D Orient Express in a Nording Hunter (Beaver)
My staple English Blend in a Dunhill Shell Briar shape#113.
last of the Stokkebye LNF that I brought from home in the new ebony Peterson 303.
had some Morton OTT earlier today in a cob, some St. Bruno the Stanwell, and a bit of Ennerdale flake in a Savenelli bent.
Jack knife plug in a mmcg
St Bruno in a Falcon..... Ennerdale in a Pete 317.... Ennerdale in a cheap bent..... Ennerdale in a ...... really liking this Ennerdale in case you didn't notice....
G.L. Pease Odyssey in my Johs bulldog, black coffee alongside
Penzance in a bent magnacob diplomat
123 Mixture, Sav Punto Oro 904KS, acai/blueberry tea.
GH Bright CR Flake in an Ascorti rusticated billiard, Guinness black lager on the side.
Ashton Artisan's Blend in a new MM Legend.
S&G 1792 flake in a MM legend.
I must confess I was not expecting to like this but it's very good. I tried a bowl of G&H rum flake the other day and did not care for it. I opened the 1792 today and determined that it must have been around my B&M for quite a while. The smell of the tobacco itself seemed to be a little "englishy" and I thought to myself that I would have a quick bowl, confirm my suspicions that it was dreadful and pawn it off on someone. Don't get your hopes up - this is a very nice smoke - certainly one of the stronger tobaccos I've tried but very nice indeed.
Balkan Sobranie in a rusticated bent Apple.
Morse, I didn't think I would care for 1792 either. Smells funky but taste pretty darn good. I enjoy it after a big dinner or late in the evening. Haven't quite worked up to making it an early morning smoke....
Sherlock Holmes in my bent legend with the forever stem.
How is the magna cob? I like the idea of it, but then again I don't really need the magnet on the bottom.
C&D Blackade runner for the first time..in my grim reaper Meer
Just finished a bowl of Limerick in my (Dr. Bob) Kiess Billiard. Great fall day for a little light yard work.
Yep - based on the reviews I had a good lunch before settling in with it. My morning fav at the moment is Boswells Chocolate Cream or PA Dutch treat with coffee - not sure I would turn to 1792 for that first smoke yet - I'm still looking for something mild to begin the day.
Couldn't resist opening something new, so popped open the tin of Peterson Old Dublin. Tried a small bowl in a cob before dinner and a full bowl after in the Peterson 303. Not sure it was the pipe, the post-meal enjoyment, or combination of the two, but definitely enjoyed this more out of the Peterson. Very nice tobacco, IMO.
PS Cube Cut in a Custom-Bilt Panel Billiard