Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Jun 1, 2012.
Oldchurch in the Vauen Pot once again.
1792 Flake in a cob. Devil's own job keeping this stuff lit.
I am 35 minutes into an absolute sublime bowl of FVF in a cob. I have had it countless times before and don't know if it is making that much of a difference, but this bowl is from some FVF that I got from Doc and it is simply amazing.
Ssssshhhhhhh.............................. I am chillin and feelin it right now!
PA in a Savinelli Roma that I got from Scottly in the "pipe swap".
Nice combination and a beautiful pipe. Can't get that pop here.
Escudo in a Peterson Canadian. I can see how this tobacco could become a habit. Another tobacco where just a few days in a jar with some air makes a significant difference.
Savinelli English Mixture (thanks to Rewster66) in a BC gourd Calabash...
DBE in the clay.
Carter Hall (*thank you Cobb) in a virgin DG-dip (thank you DG).
Black coffee, and Cool Hand Luke on the side.
I see your Cob, and raise you Tinder Box "Special"
Dark Plug - "Peterson Army Silver Mounted Red 86"
Thursday already, good grief.
Haddock in a Squatch.
Good morning ..
I wish it was Friday ..
Mac Baren HH Vintage Syrian in a Hardcastle Extra..
SWR in a briar in cobbsmoker's name. The pipe is a basket pipe by Savanelli, I think. Only marking is the Sav Shield and Italy. Smokes great and I love this shape (Bent Apple?) I liked SWR better in the briar than in the cob. Excuse the cell phone image please.
Its nearly Friday here
Billy budd in a MM general
It's little Friday, what I like to call Thursday's and I'm starting the day off with some SWR in my cob and a cup of morning brew, have a great day everyone!
Ale 8 One store.
Good Morning All,
P&W # 400 in a Comoy's Guildhall Pot with my black coffee on the ride in this sunny morning. This pipe smokes English blends great. A nice wide bowl & I love this blend too!
It is a decadent tobacco though. I love it like I love a Chocolate Mousse desert. It's almost evil in it's nature! Lol!
Essence of Vermont in a MM Legend. 11C(51F) Humidity71%. Keeping track of humidity since it seems to make a difference in how a tobacco tastes as well as how it burns.