Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by Jeebs, Jan 17, 2012.
you may on to something.........redneck jeebslaka......... could be a hit.........
Well, it wouldn't be a proper village hut if there was .357SIG reloading going on in there. I stick to the ancient cartridges-- .38, .45, that kind of thing. The highfalutin' newfangled stuff would require a reloading facility, not a shed. Or hut.
So how much you charging per stick That is a pretty awesome idea!
Redneck Jeebslaka.........$3.00 per inch....... size matters.........up to 10 ft. lengths...........
It tasted great Jeebs. --- Errrr ... did I tell you I'm a "time traveler?"
Wow....... that's really cool....... something I would like to do.. got places I need to go and things I need to see.. Thanks, for letting me know ahead of time, that the jeebslaka taste good, will give me something look forward to in 5 years.....................
you can't... pecci smoked all of it!
well, if that's the case, I guess, I'll jus have to twist up another one........
That kicks butt you da man. I so badly want to grow tobacco and all that goes with that aging curing ect..
Jus....Go for it...........
Just went back to the archives to find this post and wanted to bring post up closer. It will sone be 3 years in rope laying on the floor in my mud hut. Gonna slice it up for Christmas and smoke. Will post pic's. Just can't wait 2 more years
Pfft you're cheating.
Well I'm looking fwd to hearing how it smokes
I'm gonna slice in a few days, can send your slice if interested. I don't have any idea what it will taste like. It has been laying in s stack of oak firewood since It was made
What's it look like with some age on it? turn brown from the tobacco juices?
Don't know yet, haven't unwrapped it .
I really want to see how this turns out.
I never smoked any of the Tambolaka that was ordered on a group buy a few years ago, so I really don't know what it is suppose to be like.
It's been a while since I had any myself. Might have to go dig it out of the cellar soon. I do remember it looking like shredded and dried bat wings.