Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.
Gawith Hoggarth Black Cordial.
University Flake in a country Gentlemen with forever stem.
Morning from the YorkShire cloudy and a cold wind today, no Beer and Smokes in the Sunshine
just loaded this for ClayPril
and I'm off out to clean the Greenhouse windows as the tobacco seedlings are going in each day
and back in the house on a night. I'll smoke it on the job
Dark Flake, in yesterdays Radice.
Smoked three different blends in it yesterday, and packed it last night for this morning's smoke. What can I tell you? It just looked like it wanted to keep going.
I heard on the internet that you have to let a pipe rest for at least one month before smoking it again. I think your doing it wrong.
McClelland Blakeneys Best Latakia Flake, in the MM CG. Medium sized mug of coffee (splashed).Good morning PSFers! 61.9 F. 73% humidity, barometer is 29.72 and dropping, winds are 3.3 mph. out of the SSW. I'm predicting rain.
You shouldn't come down so hard on us new guys. On the bright side though, now that I have a computer, I should be able to have this pipesmoking stuff down cold in a couple of weeks, no?
First pipe of the day was the Irving Cobb cob with 2 strong cuppas black and AJ's Vapers. Am now having another strong black cuppa with AJ's in my Fritz Becker Vergin.
Sometimes there are pipes like that, not surprised when it has the name Radice stamped on it either, some of my best smokers are my Radice's.
GH Black Pigtail in a Blakemar dublin/lovat. Perfect tobacco when you need something to satisfy but are short on time.
Odyssey, in a blasted bent bulldog.
Good Morning PSF,
With the current sweet tooth I have, I'm gonna continue with Classic Burley Kake, this time in the Squatch Dublin with black coffee.
Happy Monday Smoking,
Don't forget the Lambs wool Moccasin
That tobacco tin description looks tasty is that the Dark Flake tin
No doubt about it.
MB Mixture in a Cavicchi Author.
PS Luxury English in the "glued back together" meer.
Hot, black, Maxwell House.
No, that's some old crap that Greg Pease used to make. I think he stopped once he found out how lousy it was.
Edited to add, the Dark Flake I've been smoking is Gawith, Hoggarth & Co. Dark Flake, both the unscented and aromatic versions.
And if you read it on the internet i has to be true ! - that's what i hear...