Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Aug 1, 2012.
Yes to Larry's Blend! Viva la Woodie!
Evening, fellows. I'm sure looking forward to Latakia season again. The mornings here have held a promise that it's close. Until then......
St Bruno in a MM Egg.
MM Cob & JR's Broadwalk blend as it say's on my sample bag.
It's a very tasty blend, but have no idea what it is. Maybe butterscotch? Rum? IDK
GL Pease Key Largo in a Savinelli 2611 dry system, love this pipe!
EMP, I seem to smoke this more at night than it's intended time of use.
SP Rum Cased in my GBD Concorde bent billiard
Frog Morton in a MM CG. 69F 77%H (o) wind
Putting the new POY cob through it's paces
with some CH this morning, then some PA
for the commute home. The button is a little
tall for my tastes, so I may trim it down a wee
Think I'll dry out a flake and fire up a Falcon
later on. Until then, it's Speyburn 10.
Painter Hills in a med IMP meerschaum. Feels good having a couple of pounds of this tobacco in reach now. 15C(59F)H74%
Autumn Evening...can't wait to smoke this come cold weather
Goes well with English Breakfast Tea
Smoking some GL Pease Barbary Coast in my Kaywoodie Billiard.
Smoked a disc of escudo out of my new straight Viking, half a bowl of SG black Xx in my Webco bulldog (can't figure this stuff out), and my IF out of my grand duke (fold and stuff, working pretty well).
Boswells Chocolate Creme in a DG Royal Duke.
C&D Mississippi Mud in a bent Falcon International with a meer-lined snifter bowl...
Half and half in my hillbilly river reed stemmed cob
Snf in a cob.
IF in a cob followed by McC's Navy Cavendish in my DrG Westbrook took me through work.
507c in my Sav "Orient" 614 just now.
Grousemoor Plug in the Luciano bent ball...in a comfy recliner, watching tv....this is the life!
Firedance in a Sas Dublin. this pipe is awesome and a joy to clench!
My first-ever bowl of Reiner LGF, in the Northern Briars banker. Great stuff. This stuff is blended beautifully; the tobaccos all meld together rather than one outshining the others. Fantastic. Thanks Paul.