Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jul 1, 2012.
LNF with a Harpoon IPA in a can after mowing the lawn.
Borkum Riff Original in a Cob.
Well, this is interesting. 4Noggins sent me a sample of Evening cordial. Not sure about it so ordered a pound to give it a whirl.
Evening Cordial:Black Cavendish is double flavored with enticing chocolate essence and a hint of cherry. This produces a smooth, mild, and highly flavorful smoke.
This couldn't be more different from the Prairie Wind:Three types of Virginia tobaccos, blended with a good amount of Perique, that I've been smoking this afternoon.
Evening Cordial in a DGE cob. 23C(73F)H65% with a nice breeze out of the east.
G.L. Pease's Westminster in a Peterson Tawny De Luxe African meer...
BBF in a CAO acorn
Sutliff, Private Stock Blend No.Five, in a Dr.g golden duke bent bulldog rusticated.
Borkum Riff Bourbon Whiskey in a DrG Grand Duke Dublin.
My portion of a big order of Newminster Ultimate English arrived today. Potent stuff! Swear I could smell it 10 ft from the mailbox. Trying it out in my Pete Antique 1909.
I Guess i might as well follow suit
Time for a little Riff in the pug
Due to 27 shots (bowls) of Whiskey in the last 24hrs, Cobbsmoker has fallen off his stool and can't get up.
this is interesting
G&H Best Brown #2 (courtesy of fellow forumite Southbound) in an IMP meer that simply loves G&H blends.
PA in a Falcon (also a jimmy pipe, apparently)
for the commute home. Feels like Houston with
all this humidity.
Long Golden Flake in a Country Gent along with the ghost of Bosun Cut Plug. Nice ghost. Nice LGF. Nice Killian's Irish Red. Nice evening.
The last of my Wilke #400 on top of last nights Wilke #622 in a Squatch. Time to order more 400.
Peter Heinrich's Dark Strong Flake in the BST sandblasted bent billiard. Hoo, this is a good fit
This is definitely a blend I enjoy but rarely think to smoke. It's tasty, sweet, well balanced. A lot milder than I would expect with a name like it carries. I would have expected it to be more like Irish Flake. Instead it seems to be mostly sweetish VAs with just a touch of Kentucky or something. It's not mild, but not strong - solid medium in both flavor and nicotine, and with a pleasant, moderately applied sweet topping. Not sure what it is, maybe even just a bit of something to sweeten but not flavor. Whatever it is topping this stuff, it's along the lines of that used in Mixture and Exhausted Rooster, I think.
Engine 99 or Nine 2 Five in a Cellini and Lane 1Q or BLWB in a MM.
Last bowl of Adirondike Pine Grove in my "Relaxer" Straight stemmed billiard.
P&W 400, in a Squatch.
Carter Hall...French Vanilla Coffee, Dr.G Omega Pipe.