Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
I am currently enjoying some Newminster SRS in my bent blast Molly Malone.
Smoking my MM bent Legend full of GH Bob's Chocolate Flake. Last night, I packed hubby's straight MM Pony with this but didn't tell him what it was. He left for work smoking it and trying to guess what I put in there for him! My own little in-house version of blind review/guess that blend. Hubby claims he likes surprises, and seems to find it an intriguing game. At some point, he is certainly going to do this to me.
Quick 'n' easy cobful of Scotty's Butternut Burley in the MM Legend. The problem with a nice big TAD order is deciding what to try first.
St. Bruno Ready Rubbed in a MM Hardwood Mini...
Having some Middleton's Walnut in my POY nose-warmer as i plan my day.
A cold has kept me from smoking the last few days. Welcoming myself back with a Stanwell full of Penzance.
I like PA but I always need to smoke something afterwards. It leaves me still wanting more.
Dark Twist in my Spillproof
SG Kendal Cream Flake in a Tinsky on the way to court this morning and And So To Bed in a different Tinsky on the way back. Tinsky Friday!!!
Getting ready to head out the door for work. Loaded up the shop pipe with some H&H Black House for the ride in. Hope work goes as smooth as this smoke is!
JF Germain's Rich Dark Flake in a Peterson African meer.
last night had some altadis 1m and then some black cordial and rite now some more LL7
Stokkebye black cherry in a cob.
Pelican in a cob..... the bird is the word.
very good smoke
Just got in from what felt like the longest day at work ever, G & H Best Brown in an Ebony Pete System 303 to make it all better
Dorchester in a 1982 smooth straight Dunhill Root Briar 31051.
SWR in a Mastercraft golf pipe.
After sending a letter to a friend, because it is national letter writing day, http://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/letter-writing-day/, Im going out to enjoy a mix of burley and latakia in a Medico pot while the last bit of light fades away for today.
GLP Blackpoint in a Cob dedicated to Lat blends. Chardonnay to go with. Hmmmmm...
I know what you mean! I have about a half a dozen of new tins that I just received and can't, for the life of me, figure-out what to open. I mean, once you pop that tin, there is no going back!
BTW, how do you like the Butternut Burley?