Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.
Dunhill and a Falcon, aren't you afraid of two dissimilar items and the resulting explosion?
Luxury Twist Flake in a cob with a few Newcastle Brown Ales.
OOPS. Sorry, it's actually Luxury Navy Flake. Why did I say twist?
I have two of them amoung 3 cobs and 20 assorted briars but the Falcon seems to give more accurate taste of a tobacco. If that's the word, lol. Anyway they are less acclimented to any one tobacco right now. The Durbar is so mild and delicate I wanted to get as close to the real taste of Durbar as I could. It's not bad but the aroma is all oriental.
Longbottom Leaf in a stanwell bulldog.
SPC Plum Pudding in a Sterling Pete 5 years younger than I am.
Goodnight all, stay safe!
Irish Flake in a little ball... apple....prince...., shoot, it's got no name and it works good to burn IF.
PS Balkan Supreme in a Wessex Canadian.
G&H Bob's Chocolate Flake in an OldTed-modified "Full-Bent" Missouri Meerschaum Diplomat.
Kendal Dark in a Country Gentleman
Been Smokin my New Little Bear - Walnut Pipe today
broke it in with Borkum Riff Bourbon and BR BC
-So Far that is the best this tobacco has ever tasted !
Penzance in a Medico Gold Crest Apple.
Smoking one for Richie Havens, RIP. Amphora Red in a 1998 smooth straight Butz-Choquin Bistro 1501 pot. Ice tea to drink.
Magnum Opus with a pinch of St James perique in a custom freehand pot and a wee bit o' grand gala to sip to finish off a frustrating day.
Chief Catoonah's Princes Street in a Davorin Morta Bent Half Tulip with ice water on the side. This is a beautiful blend. Some sweetness comes through with just the right amount of Latakia. Very Balanced and it's actually making me want to smoke another bowl, back to back!
Smoking some St. James Flake in a 1962 Dunhill Shell LBS. Group 4, and anyone who has smoked SG flakes knows how slow they burn, so this could take awhile. Luckily, I'm up for the challenge.
Got a lot of writing to do, so I'll probably be up smoking for a long while yet. Smoking and writing compliment one another so well.
GH LPF in a 1970's Stanwell Freehand.
tres ciegos alce en Peterson Ciento veinte, Ice tea, watching the last stand
It's uplifting to consider how many folks he influenced and how much his music moved us.
Even kids in 1970's rural Ohio got the chills when they first heard "Freedom." It's been a long strange trip. Thanks Richie.
Penzance in a Summer of Love '67.