I've never been particularly fussy about setting certain pipes aside for specific tobaccos, but I just had one of those "smoke of the month" moments. Thanks to bluepipe, I have a rapidly dwindling pouch of Condor that I've been trying in various pipes (ghosts? heck no, I'm not superstitious). It's been pretty danged good in every pipe so far, though the finish is more harshly cigarrish in some than in others.* On a whim, and in the spirit of "tobacco and pipe from same country," I filled a Dunhill Shell with Condor, spit over my left shoulder three times to drive the ghosts away, and lit 'er up. Oh, man. Ah, wilderness. Ach, du lieber. Aaaaah, men. Unbelievable. Amazing. Stupendous. Or, as hipsters said in the late 70's, "sooooooper." Bent, thin-walled, billiard-bowled, caked pipe-- that's the ticket for Condor. Tonight, anyway. *A conical bowl gets downright unsmokable at the bottom with this blend. With straight Virginia, it just gets better. Go figure.