Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Jun 1, 2012.
Briar Fox in a Parker Bent Bulldog with a side of Folger's Gourmet Supreme.
I have been smoking CH in a cob today at work. Going home early today (TGIF) and am planning on some more of JohnnyDingo's Proper English Bastard in this Sav Majestic:
Tordenskjold Virginia Slices in a tall skinny cob.
Condor in a cob. Yum..... flowers!
1Q in a bent pot.
Another bowl of Haddo's Delight in an IMP Cherrywood. A couple years of rest has mellowed this blend out a nicely.
Newminster curly cut in a no name bulldog. You can tell MacBarren had a hand in this tobacco. Very close to their roll cut or club blend.
Esoterica Tobacciana - And So To Bed in the BST
Nice pipe. Stanwell, though, not Savinelli
MacBaren Vanilla Creme in a Barontini Gran Duc.
You are correct. I have so many Savs that when I start typing the pipe name beginning with "S", my brain just spells Sav. Thanks, and it as good smoker as well.
first smoke of the day was my two favorites. Proper English in my bent Castleford billiard.
Kiowapipe sent me some white tin seven seas that just arrived in the mail, so that will be my second smoke this afternoon in "the jack" (a dr grabow omega)
GLP Blackpoint in a meerschaum. Brushed one dog today. I could get this much fur off her everyday...
Ennerdale in a Falcon Billiard. If any tobacco could ghost aluminum this might be it.
Plum Cake \ Peterson
CH in a nos Alpha Sigma.
Good Friday Evening, you lovely bastards,
More of Paul's 1979 Mc C #24, in an ugly new pipe from Bannard. The rest of that tobacco will be the base for this pipe, what a christening.
SG Commonwealth in a Peterson Tawny De Luxe 303 African Meer.
3P's that SouthBound gifted me in a tavern clay. Digging it so far...
Tordenskjold Virginia Slices in a very old Buescher's cob. Now that the ghost is dead, this old boy sings.