What are you smoking? December 2013

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  1. BernardLerring

    BernardLerring Active Member

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    Continuing tonight's theme of Teutonic tobacco, I'm currently smoking a dockworker some Dockworker in the Portland.
     
  2. nicktrap

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    I need to poop a couple of tins from my cellar, since my open tin inventory is running low. Most of what I have is quite new, the oldest that I have is Troost slices from September so I will poop that for sure as well as a Bosphorus Cruise since I still would have two more in the cellar. My question is should I open a C&D 5 O'clock shadow or age it some first, also have some 2013 Christmas cheer that I feel might be better to keep in the cellar. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Need some lat so refilling the KS 111 with McC 5110.
     
  3. JimInks

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    Just finishing Burley London Blend in a smooth 1977 Medley (GBD second) medium bend billiard with a flat underside. Going to get a new smoke for the car ride to get a hair cut. Well, I'll get more than one of them cut. I'm just radical in that way!
     
  4. BernardLerring

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    I'd see a doctor about that if I were you.
     
  5. JimInks

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    Decided on Virginia Spice in a 1979 pebble relief Verona Corallo 3080 natural Oom Paul. This is a good driving pipe, out of my line of sight, and not too heavy to clench.
     
  6. PipeSimmo

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    Pooping is great - but I wouldn't poop the Cheer yet. If I were you, I would poop the Kickin' Chicken 5 O'Clock Shadow.
     
  7. p120d16y

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    I'm so surprised none of ya snagged that rekamepip pear wood pipe. But guess who just did? :ohyh:
     
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    :appl:Congrats !
     
  9. BernardLerring

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    Albert Schweitzer? I heard he was in the market for one.
     
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    Tucked away for the holidays & just spoke to Dan @ Boswell's for some new additons to the cellar due to the enablers on another recent thread.

    Some No-Bite Delite in a gold banded Pioneer meer I won on the 'Bay last year.

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    Fixed your post! :laff:

     
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  12. BernardLerring

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    Thanks, I thought I'd taken a wrong turn somewhere. :xd:
     
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  13. PipeSimmo

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    Oh man, what a smoking den..... drives me crazy. What was it again? Mowing, filleting fish and meat.... and .... I'm almost ready to accept this eunuch thing. Man, what a den.
     
  14. p120d16y

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    No, the secret about Christmas Cheer VAs is that they need 5 years of tin age. That tin is way too young! I popped one tin of 2010 for this Christmas, but the several others are staying sealed for a couple more years that I have.

    The 2010 Christmas Cheer is actually a 2004 crop of bright orange VAs, but it needs a nice 5 years in the tin. I plan on keeping a couple sealed for 8-10 years if I can muster.
     
  15. SidStavros

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    As we say "bad time". :shead:

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    Reiner Grun blend 25 .
     
  16. nicktrap

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    I sadly have been a fan all my life, but I can boast that I was in the stands for their last championship in 1957.
     
  17. Waino

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    Dunhill London Mixture in a Butz Choquin.
     
  18. BernardLerring

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    Ending the night with a wee splodge of St. Bruno RR in the bent MM Legend.
     
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    I'm Supposed to be receiving my tobacco order that I paid 2 day air-mail shipping on this evening. Ordered it Friday evening and smokingpipes said it'd be here today. I saw a UPS guy in town earlier. Nerves are building.... I've poured myself an entire glass full of Bulleit Rye and packed Sav full of Squadron Leader, so by the time it gets here I'm going to dive headlong into Bob's Chocolate Flake and have an entire 4-5 oz of rye whiskey in me. Whoo boy!
     
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    GL Pease Westminster in the MM Diplomat
     
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