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What are you smoking? December 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by BernardLerring, Dec 1, 2013.

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  1. olddog

    olddog Member

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    Hello. I smoked a little bit of Carter Hall in an older estate Barclay-Rex which arrived the other day. The pipe needed a lot of cleaning, but afterwards I could not find a fill on it and its light as a feather. I get excited about some the old smokeshop branded pipes because there can always be a treasure among them. Oh, and if I don't get a chance to say it later; Happy New Year. I have thoroughly enjoyed the posts and pictures you guys have put up this last year. Thanks.
     
  2. dBear

    dBear Active Member

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    Now it's Sutliff Medium Burley in the Rekamepip bark rusticated walnut cone. Water cooled to a proper temperature by remote controlled floaty li'l icebergs with teeny-tiny little antennas for my drink.
     
  3. Ephraim

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    Good afternoon. Temp has warmed up to nearly 50 (F). Very nice day :)

    Just got back from picking up some pipe cleaners, and now smoking Sir Walter Raleigh in an MM Washington straight :puffy:
     
  4. JRobert

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    Epiphany in a Rogers Lovat. Just got back from mailing off my new Zippo brushed brass armor lighter for a pipe insert.
     
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  5. JimInks

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    Almost finished smoking Alexander Bridge in one of the early Radice Tiger Eye G medium bend pipe with a bamboo-style carving on the shank. Just opened a bottle of Sprite, and thinking about my next smoke. I expect I know what it'll be because I need perique!
     
  6. fishnbanjo

    fishnbanjo Active Member

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    Luxury Bullseye Flake in the S. Bang Apple, a PRM of Ethiopian Yirgagcheffe, strong and black, to follow.

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  7. SouthBound

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    Afternoon, fellows.

    Hal o' the Wynd in a Posella rustic billiard. Headed to the deer stand in a few.
     
  8. Ephraim

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    Packing some Stonehaven (courtesy of Calvinandpipe) in my MM Mizzou bent.
    I was kind of rushed and distracted while trying this blend out a few days ago, but this time I'll be able to relax and enjoy it :puffy:
     
  9. Fr Tom

    Fr Tom ora et labora

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    Old Companion in a Yello-Bole Airograte
    then Aromatic Dutch Slices in a Yello-Bole carburetor straight bulldog

    Feeling some solidarity with the folks who smoke on porches as I visit the in-laws.
     
  10. JimInks

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    Now smoking :nwor: VaPer Three Nuns in a 2003 medium bend straight grain Viggo Nielsen sitter with a Cumberland-like acrylic stem. Gonna go to work now.
     
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  11. Ephraim

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    This Stonehaven is quite nice :puffy:

    A bit later I'll clean out the 14" churchwarden and pack it with some McC. Black Shag.
     
  12. Stormy

    Stormy Resident Rain Maker

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    Sutliff French Quarter ( Thanks Jiminks ) in a Chacom.
     
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  13. Hofnar

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    Half&half in a Spitfire by Lorenzo. Earl Grey. On my balcony (it´s unseasonably mild, might be the global warming).
     
  14. PipeSimmo

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    Smoking some Comptons Commonweal, courtesy of FlatbushPaul :toast: in the blasted Musico as a post dinner bowl. :bing:
     
  15. nicktrap

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    Smoking Troost slices in an Edwards Virgin pot, folded and stuffed. Going forward this will be a dedicated flake pipe, it took one good size flake perfectly and is smoking cool and dry with no relighting, to say nothing of the nice sweet flavor. I am a bit surprised that no other members seem to have Edwards pipes, I have two that are great smokers, nice Algerian briars that didn't cost me much more than my MM cobs.
     
  16. Lithua pipe

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    Floor Sweepings in all Cobs.
     
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  17. Doc Sixstring

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    drying a little bit of Stokkebye Mango for the wizard this afternoon. haven't had it in quite a while, can't remember if I'll enjoy it or not

    edit on second thought, it feels like a Davidoff Royalty day.
     
  18. Benton629

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    Prince Albert in my Chapuis Comoy Etoile.
    First bowl in this estate pipe.
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  19. Everman75

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    Afternoon PSF. Smoking some Dark Blue Mountain House in the Becker & Musico. Nothing to drink.
     
  20. p120d16y

    p120d16y Active Member

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    I've sat out some Brown Flake unscented to dry about 20 minutes and I'll be smoking it in my rekamepip churchwarden walnut pipe with bamboo shank.
     
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