Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Feb 1, 2013.
Irish Flake in a Pete 03 and a large brandy.
After all my silliness today, Royal Yacht in a Comoy.
A week or so ago I bought a Radice Rind estate off of eBay. It arrived early this week on great shape, but with a powerful ghost. The previous owner apparently smoked a potent aromatic in it, and two bowls of Kendal Kentucky hadn't put a dent in it. So, I reamed it down to bare wood tonight and tried a different approach.
A 50/50 mix of 10 Russians and Bayou Morning Flake wrapped in Five Brothers and stuffed inside the Radice. Third Shift Amber Lager on the side. No the wildest ride I've ever taken.
Dave, my hat comes off to you, that is, by far, one of the funniest things I have seen, my wife and I were in stitches, bravo my friend, you must do more
Argosy black in a forever stemmed cob. Yum.
McCranie's My Reserve II. As far as I can tell, it's McClelland 5100, a bit of 5105, and latakia. No orientals. My first impression is that the absence of orientals lets more of a dark chocolate note through from the latakia. I'll be interested to see how this wears over time.
Fantastic man, just fantastic. I was sitting on my porch by myself, laughing my ass off.
Wilke #622 in a Dunhill. Rain keeps stopping and starting back up again. This is one of the tamest Friday nights I've had since the new year started, I think. I don't mind staying in from time to time. Certainly saves me some money, and it gives me a chance to relax and smoke.
Squadron Leader in my first meer tonight.
Went too hard last night, so I'm taking it easy tonight and tomorrow night.
HG Brown Flake in the Sav champagne
Yeah, you're clearly fried. I've never heard of HG Brown Flake.
Some Escudo in a favorite Pete with an Old Fashioned made with Bulleit Rye. Very nice.
good morning from South Africa.. This morrow, it'll be my own mixture, (cherry cavendish, some clean Burley, Latakia & Rhodesian mixed in equal portions) in a falcon system with a meerschaum bowl.. Lovely stuff..
It's what Dwaugh wrote on the bag! It must have been labeled right before that video...
Hey, I haven't seen you around in a while. Hope you're well!
Big bowl of Peterson's Irish Oak in the BST to end the evening properly
My final smoke of the evening/morning is Old Companion in a slight bend 1984 Stanwell Antique 124 grain etched with a smooth front. I like to finish the day with a pleasant, sweet blend.
Squadron Leader as the last smoke of the night
Old gowrie in a sav dublin with a sierra nevada
Early signs of Autumn here - a new coolness on the breeze. I find it invigorating. BBF in an Astley bulldog then on to my fly tying vise for a few hours. Life is good!
Toughen up, Nancy.
edited to add: Smoking Rum Flake in a Charatan.
Cornell and Diehl Engine No. 99 + Mac Baren Harald Halberg Vintage Syrian.