What Are You Smoking? August 2012

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Aug 1, 2012.

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  1. cobbsmoker

    cobbsmoker Active Member

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    Earl Grey, Carter Hall, Cob.
     
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  2. jdto

    jdto Well-Known Member

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    4noggins Owl's Head in a straight Diplomat.
     
  3. user2725

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    Half bowl (bowl and a half in a normal sized pipe ;)) of J. Patton's Storm Front in an antique meerschaum churchwarden...
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  4. Old Codger

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    Peterson's Nutty Cut in an anonymous small bent meerschaum. Green tea in crushed ice. The Cat has somehow found a way to get on to the hat shelf at the top of the closet. 23C(73F)H34%
     
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  5. Monkeyshine

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    It's been a Stonehaven evening in a few different pipes
     
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  6. Yossarian

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    Lagonda in the Squatch
     
  7. TheMadMan

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    Still running with the Mr. Cobbsmoker 3 C's combo. Carter Hall, Cob, Coffee..
     
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  8. FlatbushPaul

    FlatbushPaul Cellar is located in an undisclosed bunker

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    JackKnife Plug in a Dunnie Grp 5 Bulldog with some Earl Grey ice tea. :)
     
  9. MrJarvis

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    Aged Burley flake in a spillproof original Burley burner
     
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  10. RTOdhner

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    Some PS LNF in my Sas... very nice, and I think VA flake tobaccos might just be this pipe's preferred blends.
     
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  11. Dondi

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    Ambassador in a Peterson Aran 69.
    This is a medium strength latakia blend with some natural sweetness. very nice!
     
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  12. krusty

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    507c in my BC "Virginia" cutty

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  13. phinz

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    More CH in my Patriot. Still working on the costume.

    I created this last night, and am currently cutting them into 300 separate bills.

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  14. Basil Meadows

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    SWRa in an old Dr Grabow Starfire 46. Great little Midnight smoker!
     
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  15. TedVig

    TedVig total pipeflake

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    Newminster SNF in a Don Carlos single note billiard.
     
  16. HazyDat620

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    7 of 9 in a pete
     
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  17. Mount Mandolin

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    House of Calabash For Meerschaums Only Reserve in a Savinelli. Phenomenal stuff, seriously. I am not confident enough in my knowledge of the different types of Orientals (and what the term "Turkish" means) to be able to name each Oriental variety out precisely, but I know the stuff is made with nearly 50-year-old tobacco, and my first reaction to it is to say it tastes like really rich, complex Orientals with good aged burley.

    I crave this stuff. Such subtlety and depth. Perfect for my (late) bedtime bowl.
     
  18. Calvinandpipe

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    Have you tried the 50 year old Burley? Not as complex as FMOR or First Smoke, but great stuff.
     
  19. jpberg

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    Yes, really. The post that you quoted named no names, it was simply an opinion. As soon as you put a name to something, somebody's radar is going to go up, whether they respond or not, whether it was your intention or not.

    It's happened many times, and it will happen many more times, I'm sure. We've lost good members and bad, all over things that seem insignificant to most.
     
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  20. Artistik

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    Good morning everyone.
    SWR, Cob, Coffee.
     
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