Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jul 1, 2013.
ERR Match in an old Grand Duke...
Field Master in a 1975 three quarter bend black Dunhill Shell. Gotta get back to work, folks! Later!
What is it you do, exactly?...
He is a hitman for an unnamed secret oranization.
Hal o the wynd in a royal sovereign bulldog. Iced tea on the side.
McC 3 Oaks Syrian in the Tinsky Dress Blast.
Cuban Mixture in a Falcon. Lemonade to help cool me off.
Bayou Morning in the Tinsky. I have gone through over a pound of this stuff in the past month. I guess it's about time for another 5 lbs order.
Holy! Gone for a couple of days and there's more than 11 pages that have been posted.
Been stupid busy, or maybe stupid and busy. The BST Compact Little Brute has burned through the better part of a pouch full of Painter Hills without so much as a whimper or gurgle over the past 2 days. Finally giving the BST a rest and kicking back with LEO in a Peterson Canadian. Darjeeling tea in a glass that has an outer metal sleeve of some sort. 14C(57F)H62%
Working on dinner, after eating, I have some Strang drying out for dessert
Good idea, Strang it is. Gonna put it in my Stanwell.
Now smoking Angler's Dream in a smooth 1998 Parker 489 three quarter bend Billiard. Ice water is my drink.
Kendal Dark in the Wessex Dublin
Theres dBear!!! We see you there.
Taking the suggestion from YAPPG's choice earlier in the day when he called this dark and woody and smooth, I'm nearly through a bowl of Peretti D-9507 in the Squatch volcano. YappyG's description fits this blend well. If there was ever a tobacco I thought was absolutely unflavored, nothing but dried tobacco leaf, this would be it. It's funny, but it actually reminds me a little bit of the grapevine I used to smoke in my early teens. Don't laugh - that was a good smoke! This seems like the type of blend that could become a durable, every day smoke.
Edit: And before you know it, there's nothing but ash in the bottom of the bowl!
Where? Where? I don't see nuttin'!
9507 does have some flavor, tho. I think it is all natural, cept for the curing of the va. Might be interesting to see what a little Ebony added to it would be. Just a tad.
Can't resist. Loading up another bowl of Peretti Midnight (thanks, YAPPG!) in the Kaywoodie PSF POY 2013. This stuff really is mild and smooth and creamy.
1792 in a Ropp Cherrywood with some good sun brewed iced tea on the side.
Ropps are cool pipes.