What Are You Smoking? July, 2013?

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  1. YAPPG

    YAPPG Active Member

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    Everything I have tried. except for a couple of flavored blends, coffee and a coconut, has been top shelf. Even the two aros, they were good, just not enough flavor for me. There 333 burley is good. Try them out, they dont sell water with there tobacco, either, it's all ready to smoke and you get more tobacco than what you pay for it seems to me.
     
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    Stonehaven in the Pete 52. Somewhat better that last nights smoke of it. Very nice smoke. Got a cuppa Red Rose tea this time to drink.
     
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  4. fishnbanjo

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    Got some Peter Heinrich's Special Curly being readied and when ready I believe the Sixten Ivarsson Craggy Apple with the bamboo shank will get the call, or maybe the Becker Squat Tomato with the horn stem. :rolleyes: In the mean time I'll enjoy that contemplation with a double Cuban espresso!

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  5. Hawkwood

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    Yippee! The weekend looms and we look to be done with rain for the next few days. Frog in a Cob, Dewars 12 year sipper.:puffy::drunk:
     
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  6. Coda

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    I got this stuff in a trade. However, last weekend, I visited with a friend who was in town from Boston. She told me I should visit her some time, and we'll find a tobacco shop. I searched online, and found one. Then I realized that the tobacco I was getting in the trade was from the same shop I found...Peretti's...
     
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  7. BernardLerring

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    Having a good snifter of Special Latakia Flake in the Molina churchwarden with a massive mug of tea to wash it down.
     
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    Savinelli Punto Oro Cavendish.
     
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  9. Wicker Man

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    Friday 12 July :- PART 1
    Black Sea Basma 1's
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    Lizard Tail Orinoco Batch 1's
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    Batch 2's (in next doors garden)
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    watered them all with the straight Falcon as yard pipe smoking Gawith and Hoggarth's Black Cherry and Cherry and Vanilla mix
    then did some more work on the Colour Curing Drying Barn
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    dBear Look Away Now !
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    there was such a rush of warm humid air it fogged the camera !
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    but the Bear's Curing nicely !
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    Mrs Wicker's got the garden full of colour - back :-
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    though I have sneaked a few plants in
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    PART 2
    and the front garden
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    time for a Rekamepip Special Black Stone Pipe
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  11. mecompco

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    Finally a nice day to ride! Took the Low Rider for a nice jaunt, got a bunch of errands done. Home now and have fired up some Uni Flake in the little Big Ben--this petite and slightly ridiculous pipe burns flake like a champ. What's up next? I have an unopened tin of HH Old Dark Fired (which I've never tried), perhaps it's time to crack it and fire up!
     
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  12. Coda

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    Pre-work smoke: ERR Match in a Weber Bulldog...
     
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  13. JimInks

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    Finishing up this bowl of St. James Flake in a 1986 three quarter bend Bacchus face CAO meer. Will go and pick out my next smoke and drink of choice. I'd build up for you the suspense of what it'll be, but I'm too kind hearted :confused: to keep you in suspense.
     
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    Went ahead and cracked the tin of Old Dark Fired. Rubbed out one flake which fit perfectly in my little full-bent WDC Wellington. A little moist, but I fired it up, anyway. This stuff is great! I will def. replenish this when the tin is done. :bing:
     
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  15. JimInks

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    Did the suspense kill anybody yet? Shall I wait until there are dead bodies littering up the PSF landscape? Or shall I save lives by revealing my next smoke. Let me flip a coin. Heads, it's death by suspense. Tails, it's life by revelation.
     
  16. PipeSimmo

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    Man, this Peretti BPC was damn tasty. There were hints of ginger I never tasted before. Very nice burley blend. Thanks again MentorBV for giving me the opportunity to try it!
    It was sooo goood, I have to go on and try the next disgusting sample from the mail full of HATE: ESCUDO from 2000 ! :drly:
    It's my first ever bowl of Escudo and then it's even a aged one! I'm going to smoke it in the Tinsky Xmas Tanblast 2011, as an accompanying drink Balvenie Doublewood will do just fine. Thanks again MentorBV! :toast:

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    Wicker Man, you won't need that radiator if this heatwave keeps up!

    It's that humid & hot here in the Shire I'm sat at the window tooting on St Bruno Flake in a Falcon, sat in my leopardskin thong!
    Photo to follow.....
     
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    .... I don't think!
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    Hmmm... could do with a bit of custard or cream on that. Looks ready to eat.
     
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  20. PipeSimmo

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    I'm so looking forward to finally trying some ST BRUNO you are smoking all the time. Mentor also sent some of that. Aged stuff from the 90's...:)
     
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