Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
Your mom will call you what....?
nice pipe by the way
Currently enjoying Sutliff Charlemagne in the old pipe
I found a nother match as this toby works great in this pipe
makes me feel kinda ritzy
C&D Big and Burley in a smooth briar calabash shaped Butz-Choquin Maitre Pipier JR Fait Main with a horn ferrule.
Rajah's Court for the inaugural bowl in my new Andrew Staples blast full bent billiard. Picture below, blaming the fuzzy picture on the nicotine shakes although as you can see, it's mostly charring light in the bowl. Maybe I'm just no good at photography...
And, for the curious, the performance of the pipe was excellent! Absolutely first rate.
A shout out to Capt for putting me on to this carver in this thread: Most desired pipes.
Sugar Barrel in a Peterson 150 Aran bulldog.
HH Old Dark Fired in a Super grain Kaywoody
Reiner 71 in a - I´m have to give a name to this. I call it BST Snowman from now on.
breaking in my new (new to me )
with some Kingsbridge
PA in a MM legend Cob.
About to go out for some Dunhill Flake in my Spillproof.
back in 60.
PS LBF in a cob. One coin is perfect for it. Got 56oz ordered to celler.
A couple rollies (H&H Old Companion remnants with Natural American Spirit Perique blend) in between errands, and now that the groceries are put up it's finally time to fire up a cobful of GH Bob's Chocolate Flake that's been airing since before I left.
That did not work well at all
dug out tobacco to snuff it out a bit
ended up stuffing it it the rock cob instead
currently taking said derby pig skin out to garage for leak down test
Dumb question. What exactly is a "rollie" Sorry, too lazy to look it up.
BTW: smoking some aged 2015 in a Pete nosewarmer.
Telegraph Hill, in this:
BST Xmas Pipe
Sorry - a cigarette I rolled, as opposed to buying the already-rolled ones. Hubby says even when I use straight RYO* cig tobacco, they still smell better than the pre-rolled ones.
(*RYO = Roll-Your-Own, in case you haven't come across that one yet either.)
Smoking the current Three Nuns tinned version in a late '70s straight grain rough top Savinelli Autograph 6 sitter with a cumberland stem. Almost done with this tin.
Think I'll join ya .. hittin the porch w/ the Nuns and a Marxman
Had an hour long conversation with prince Albert and a corn cob through nasty traffic to get home. Now off to my gig...An hour away, let's see what to smoke...