Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
That's because they can't find the Cherry in Middleton's either
Oh, I accidentally stole your Czech tamper on Saturday I would send it back to you but I don't think the Czech tool is worth the postage Anyway, now I have an excuse to pop back over
I am fixing up some Anniversary Kake in a GBD 135 Billiard for my ride home in the rain. My first try with Annie Kake and I'm psyched!
H&H Old Tartan in the BBB dedicated to deer-tongue blends.
How strong is the deer tongue taste?
an aromatic blend in the dedicated Winslow while I study
Louisiana Red in a 2002 smooth Rinaldo Silver Line 3 EGER 05 paneled horn.
Going Old Codger with Heines Blend in my 45calcob
Its been and will be for today, a mix of Granger, PA, and a lat blend I cant remember what jar its from (Sunjammer or maybe 965 match?) for a grey foggy damp and drizzly day. The weather may not be so good but the tobacco surprisingly is.
Thanks for the link Jim! Had forgotten
about Synjeco. There goes my TAD!!
Hmmm... some Condor in a Falcon.
Sounds brilliant! Cheers, Iain!
*IMO* it's "just right!" but I say the same of H&H Capitol Stairs also. I know you're fishing for a comparison to C&D Crooner but I have not tried that one yet, although if you've tried C&D Gentleman Caller, it's about the same level of DT.
I have a Legend filled with GH Bob's Chocolate Flake and a MM Washington filled with SG Kendal Cream Deluxe for later - both need some drying time to burn without steaming. While waiting, I'll load up another Legend with H&H Rolando's Own.
I found Crooner to have wayyyy too much deer tongue for me, which, as you correctly guessed, is why I'm asking. If it's a dominant part of Old Tartan, I'd like to know. No, I haven't tried the C&D GC, so I can't compare.
I have some Crooner but haven't opened it yet. If you give me a day or two I can compare it to the other three that I have tried so far.
Smoking the same old same old in a Brebbia First.
4 Noggins Father Orin in a 5 Dot Brigham billiard, coffee on the side.
G&H Dark Birdseye in an old Barling straight Exel 249 Fossil T.V.F. with a silver band and military bit.
Helicopters flying on the ridge. Time to pack the Hatfield pipe and go investigatin'
'83 McCranie's red-flake.
My taste is back a little bit...
staring at my tub of Prince Albert and a Diplomat wondering if I should..
I don't know if it counts or not but I'm sitting here "day-dreaming" about smoking some Wessex Dark Flake in this Tedienni.