Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
2yr old aged Tilbury
MB Club Blend
Sutliff St. George's Blend in my Clairmont.
You are 100% right sir. That was traveling north on South Dixie Hwy.
Just finished some Blue Mountain in the same Washington cob with F/S.
GLP Stimulus Package in a no-name blasted black ball.
Just sat down with a sample of Esoterica Blackpool (courtesy of Fbones) in a Pete Antique 1910 with a double shot of espresso on the side. Yum!
Esoterica And So To Bed in a Tinsky...going to smoke some Kendal Cream Flake in a Nording on the way home.
Had a MM Legend full of H&H Sunjammer earlier, now halfway through a Legend of GH Scotch Flake Aromatic, with a MM Washington full of GH Ennerdale Flake waiting in line. Hubby says he can't really taste the flavor in the Ennerdale, but he sure does love the room note and encourages me to smoke it.
McBaren HH Old Dark Fired in my pride & joy, a Pete 221 Silver Spigot.
Dark Flake Unscented in a smooth briar calabash shape 1984 Fero Danese made in Italy. Having to ration it out since the stash is running low. But that makes a revisit more enjoyable in some ways.
I haven't yet tried the G&H Dark Flake unscented or scented. On my radar for the New Year. I understand it is quite strong in nic & taste.
Bull Run in the 45calcob
while counting my extra's
H&H Old Companion in a Linkman Hollycourt 8812.
Irish Whisky in my Meer while on my way to the Squadron, trying to relax after work to stop me from killing one of my cadets.
Cherry and Vanilla in the same pipe on my way home, Rewarding my self for not killing the aforementioned cadets
I consider it full in taste more than I would strong (though it sure isn't weak!), and yes, it does have a strong nic-hit. Don't smoke it on an empty stomach. I needed to perk myself up, so I went to it and am enjoying the, uhh, blazes out of it.
Rattray's Jock's Mixture in the Frederik Tranter Prince. Watching M*A*S*H.
PA in my Falcon.
MacBaren Golden Extra in a Custombilt billiard.
PS Proper English in a CG. Dark rum on the side.
Now on the very tasty Year 2000 Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls in a slight bend 1968 group 4S Dunhill Shell 475 poker. Twelve years of ageing and it still has the wonderful Virginia sweetness and perique accent it had when I was smoking back in 2000. The taste is perhaps a little richer than it was back then, not that this tobacco really needs ageing. I need to buy the new manufacture of it to compare.