Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Feb 1, 2013.
Took a stroll through the mid-winter dreariness with a heaping bowl of Bombay Extra in a Soren egg.
Today had McClelland 5100 in a Mc dedicated Tinsky.
I had some Brigham King Street in my Yello-Bole Aristocrat. This has been the first time I've ever felt the affects of nicotine while smoking a pipe! Very nice flavours...I think I'm going to like King Street very much.
Going completely Irish this smoke.
IF in an Irish Falcon with an Irish
bowl. Too bad I don't have any Guinness!
Macbaren Scottish Blend in a bent Legend
Just fired up a bowl of Dunhill Standard Mellow in my Stanwell. Just a wee bit of Dewars on the side.
Broken Scottish cake in a la fuma billiard. So tasty.
McC 2010 in a GBD New Era 9438 & mug of tea to greet the dawn.
Today was great, 3 bowls of Condor green ready rubbed 2010 in a Rewster tri color. I think I'm gonna make that one strictly for Condor or St. Bruno.
More Green Hills in my new DGE Nosewarmer This thing smokes better than my Savinelli Autograph.
Forget the Guinness grab a 750mL of Jameson and a clean glass and kick your feet up.
Solani ABF and Uhle's Perfection Plug in a MM Corndog earlier.
Then some '83 McCranie's red-flake in the BST Va-incinerator (bent-rhodesian) at the B&M.
The bottle is clean enough glass for me. Speaking of Irish... smoking Irish oak in a straight MM Washington.
Penzance in the BST Bent Pot.
One slice of Irish Flake in the Kapet 68
just wish I had some decaf coffee to go with this. IF and coffee is a winning combination. But water is doing just fine
love that pipe! Only thing that could make me like it better would be a nice band
Haddo's Delight in a bent Chacom.
After dinner bowl of ODF in a Brigham 3dot slightly bent smooth billiard
With a cup of coffee. Listening to Nero Wolfe on the "Radio".
Dan Tobacco Patriot Flake in the Brebbia. Really liking this combination, this is two days in a row for this
I've had a busy evening between company and work. After I finished the St. James Flake, I flaked out with FVF in a small 1982 three quarter bend meer with a smiling Turk's head. Now, it's Stonehaven (thanks Spillproof) in a smooth 2002 medium bend flame grain Rinaldo Collection Silver Line 10 Egea 03 Titania.