Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Aug 1, 2012.
3N in a Falcon hunter.
Very tired from collecting
More Wessex Gold Brick, in an old Burnsley&Burnsley billiard.
How is the gold brick?
Just finished a bowl of 1q in my Sav 320 Siena.
2 bowls today, Tobacco Traders Savannah and The Balkan Sobranie in a rustic Savinelli 320 KS...
Hey there Jerry!
The Wessex Gold Brick has all the earmarks of a good Va, done mild.
The 100g plugs work out to around $4.34 an oz. and make for a perfect companion smoke to HV and Altadis 507c. Same flavor profile, just a little lighter yet not cigarettish at all
Sounds like a nice easy smoke for when the pallets worn down.. I'll have to give it a try.
Sav Lovat full of Boswell's Berry Cobbler.
Any time you smoke a bowl of Dark Flake unscented to the bottom with only six relights and no bitterness you feel like you've done something. I was also weedeating, so two somethings.
Dark Flake unscented in a MM Egg.
Walkin out to the porch w/ a chimney bowl of some stellar 1980's Half & Half
Coniston Cut Plug in the Meer...on the couch.
My living room :s gonna smell pretty.
Huffin on some Stonehaven in my Pete meer. Incredible weather out tonight.
Irishman's 5 O'clock (Steven Books House of Calabash) in my Neerup. Steven Books is a seriously amazing tobacconist, really and truly. I ordered three of his blends, and all three are absolutely amazing. This could be a bad sign because his stuff is expensive... or it could be a good sign because with pipe tobacco like this, I will buy a hell of a lot fewer cigars. This may sound foolhardy, but I might just say screw other stuff and only buy from this guy if the rest of his stuff is this good. And I'm sure it is.
G&H's Dark Flake Unscented in a Comoy's Gold Bark. Man this stuff is good.
Okay, I'm gonna have to do most of my packing over the next three days, so I'm gonna have to lay low on the pipe smoking a little more than normal. Hoping to get to bed early tonight and up early tomorrow. So I'm rocking some General White portion right now. I'll still make room for a couple bowls a day, but none of that 6 bowls a day business
MacBaren Club Blend in a medium IMP meerschaum. Small glass of well aged grappa that a friend brought back from Italy just now.
22C(72F)H57% Severe Thunderstorm watch.
Finished the last of the Mick McQuaid (finally) in
a Sav 316KS. Been a rather uneventful day, which
is just fine by me.
My first try with C&D Bayou Morning in a MM Diplomat. Quite spicy.
Back to my regular bowl of IF. This time, in my Webco bulldog. Just as good as I remembered it to be!
I just picked up some of that. Can't wait to crack it open.
Altadis Balkan II in my self made Cherrywood Cherrywood...
Grappa and strong tobacco were made for each other. I lived in "Little Italy" when I first moved to Vancouver and became quite fond of grappa and some small Italian cigars that were popular among the older guys in the neighbourhood.
Starting a very late day with PS English Oriental Supreme in the Pete.