OK folks, Friendly competition. LTF or LNF, which is it?

Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by CMAsailor, Aug 12, 2012.

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Choose between PS LTF or LNF

  1. LTF

    34.6%
  2. LNF

    46.2%
  3. I'd jump first!

    11.5%
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  1. dmkerr

    dmkerr PG- free since '83! Moderator

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    Not a huge fan of either one, but LNF seems better to me. LTF is a fine blend but sort of ordinary. LNF seems to bring more to the table.
     
  2. bluepipe

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    Out of the two, LNF... but I find LBF is better.
     
  3. dmkerr

    dmkerr PG- free since '83! Moderator

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    I think I agree with that.

    What I like about Stokkebye blends is that every one of them is a very good interpretation of the genre it is reproducing. I don't find any of their tobaccos "great" but I find none of them bad. They're all good, consistent, high quality blends. You just can't go wrong with this stuff.
     
  4. woody

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    I think it averages by the number of participants.

    Instead of calculating the ratings as...

    Number of votes for option / Number of votes in the poll.

    It calculates as...

    Number of votes for option / Number of participants in the poll.

    I don't do math either, Dwaugh may be able to explain it better.
     
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  5. JescoWhite

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    I voted LNF but I think LBF is better than both.
     
  6. CMAsailor

    CMAsailor Active Member

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    Yeah well its my poll and I've never had LBF so it didnt occur to me. But I appreciate the mention, and will add it to the list of must-trys. :) seems there's a few honorable mentions of it sofar :)
     
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