Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Aug 1, 2013.
Im outside smoking some perfection plug burley in my CG cob. This is some nice burley from Uhles
Blasphemy! Liquor stays warm!
I have some Royal Yacht airing out, not really much needed because these tins are a couple years old. Packing it in my Savinelli Dublin.
I meant me, not the whiskey!
But I edited it so it's accurate now.
Nice cool night here in NH. Relaxing on the steps after a long day in law school with Captain Black White in the Dr. Grabow smooth Savoy.
Gorgeous looking pipe! That stem looks great.
Change of pipes. Royal Yacht in my black rock cob instead.
Burley in a Legend.
Apparently I should have cut another coin off the rope.
Bedtime after this little guy.
Haunted Bookshop in a modified General. I just realized I have been on the forum for one year today!
A mixture 1/2 McC 5100 and 1/2 '07 C&D Bayou Morning Flake in a Matzhold Volcano, and some Bulleit Rye. This is the first bowl of this mixture I made up on a whim, and it is REALLY good!
It's an interesting nomenclature! In profile it looks like a hefty, straight Rhodesian, but the shank is extra wide/oval. I think the page is still live at Boswell's so you can take a look right here. Also here's my thread about the purchase.
No pipe for me tonight, but I just enjoyed a Tatuaje Cigar from Hunlock via the OCG/NCG thread.
GH Dark Plug Rum in the Pete System
Red Cake in a Pot from a Canadian Samsquanch (Trailer Park Boys anyone?)
I followed up my first bowl earlier today with some G&H American Delight, also in that Boswell, and pretty soon I'll be packing it with some Newminster Creamy Peaches. It's been a relatively aromatic day, but in a good way.
GLP Renaissance from '04 in the WickerMan clay. Sweet fancy Moses! Thanks again Jon.
Last pipe of the day for me is, PS LTF fully rubbed out and palm loaded (worked great) in my MM Spoolcob. Good night everyone.
Not finding this vitamin N hit in Royal Yacht that I was seeing posted earlier. Rather, it's putting me to sleep it's so relaxing and flavorful.
VERY sharp pipe! Congrats!
No worries JWG25 and you're right, they do tend to look nice. Seems like they're an increasingly popular option with the artisan crowd these days as well.
4-2 Giants in that launching pad of a yard they Coors Field.
Burley Flake #1 in an Edward's panel sitter with a cold Modelo.