Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Aug 1, 2012.
Wanted to try Carter Hall in a briar so I just filled my Kemperling bent brandy with it.
Hello Lads! McClelland's 20/20 in a Peterson Donegal Rocky 80S.
A light english from the B&M called English Accent in a cob. Who knows what it really is but it's not bad. Fairly tasty and providing I've dried it properly, not overly bitey.
Boston1776 in a Grand Duke.
Smoke it slow and gentle. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Smoke break! Why do I do this to myself? Parodi Cherry Vanilla. Gross!
Oh well, mom said when I was growing up: Colin, you buy some cheroots, you better smoke em all!
err....okay....that's not what she said. But I don't want to just throw them away, and I'm a combination of caffeinated and nervous, so I'm afraid at the moment I'd ruin whatever I put in a pipe by puffing too hard. So might as well smoke something that's bad to begin with, and get it out of the way as well!
I've been enjoying Peterson Irish Oak in the morning in a cob and ending the day with either Dunhill 965 or Nightcap in a briar. Assuming it's not raining, which it has been a lot these past couple of evenings in New England. Saturday night was, let's see if I get this right, 82oF with 90% humidity. No idea on the wind. Not pleasant at all. But the smoking has been!
Followed the CH with some Uhle's Perfection Plug Burley in The Baker Street
Smoking some Charing Cross in the dainty pipe on the left. I took the picture for posterity, as the one on the right used to be the same color.
That is a lovely pipe, Lain
It has inspired me to grab my Pete [ #6 billiard ] and fill it with Ogdens Walnut
Coniston cut plug in the meer...on the couch.
There is something wrong with this tobacco...it keeps disappearing. Last time I buy just an ounce of something with lakeland sauce.
Petersons Irish Flake in a Royal Danish Canadian.
Currently daydreaming of the cob full of Exhausted Rooster I'm having after dinner.
Mmmmm... lakeland sauce....
I wish it came in a bottle like Liquid Smoke.
I'd douse all my tobies in it!
Maltese Falcon NOT in a Falcon, but
in an Askwith Morta nosewarmer. Is it
me, or do English blends really sing in Morta?
That pipe only likes English blends for some reason.
Probably because it's an Askwith. Duh.
Syrup instead of sugar or just for a different taste my friend?
Scaferlati Caporal Bleu in a Peterson African meer.
CH in the tried and true Patriot.
CBW & MM COB.
EMP in a Bull dog.
1st smoke of Stonehaven in a cob. Loving it.