Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jun 1, 2013.
Sounds like it was a nice stay OC.
Fantastic flake pipe. Those shallow wide chambers are perfect it seems for any compressed tobacco. I'm sure the DDNR tastes great in it.
I keep looking for a Sixten No. 95 Made in Denmark to no avail.
LBF in a Le Nuvole ...
There was something about dwaugh's shirt that made me want to rediscover the world of aromatics.
So it's Devil's Holiday in an Astleys Freehand ...
Mm, Mm, good! Even my wife came into the room and made come-hither eyes at me. And it wasn't hostile this time. And I'm feeling like a little devil. Gotta go!
GLP Sextant in a Scandia freehand.
Penzance in "The Captain" cob. I like it better in a cob than a briar.
I got some ERR Match in the POY. I think I am gunna stop by my B&M tomorrow, and order a pound...
GLP Telegraph Hill and enjoyed it in a cob.
What I think, too.
Irish Flake in a no-name ball, Makers Mark, Advil...
Night Train (from a trade with SouthBound)
Love at first puff. Outstandingly good!
GE in an old but very nice Tomato!
Going out to smoke one more bowl then calling it an evening. FMC in a Bullitt Cob. Night Gents and have a pleasent evening!
Grousemoor in a Peterson 80s. This tobacco really does smoke and taste better back east in a more humid and lower altitude environment.
Baker Street USA (thanks to SurlySoul) in the Wally Frank upside down billiard.
McB Golden Extra with the last crumbs of FVF in Petey Green, and ice tea in the BGM
Anni Kake in the Irving Cobb cob, Cuban coffee in the French Press on the side in my trusty ancient enameled campfire mug. I guess infusions worked somewhat my brain is alive and wide awake! Good morning PSFer's.
Too Much caffeine in that infusion maybe, for being up this early, but glad your feeling better, I left a note for Levi, just in case
We thank you for looking out for us and while Levi did follow me downstairs and water the outside plants had his ablutions I managed a nice little starter smoke which I believe I shall go finish now.
Yes, when I saw it and got the dimensions it screamed FLAKE pipe and it kept the promise. I always saw pipes by Burak being offered, many are quite large and odd, also pricey which obviously is fine but not when the shape is either not to ones liking or simply too dang big. This pipe is odd as well but in an intriguing way it reminds one of a saucer or skinny tomato. When it arrived it certainly was a hand full but smoked extremely cool and dry and did the Navy Rolls great justice which made me happy, reminds me of the Baginski I have only rounded rather than the Porker Chip Stack as I call it. Nice to have two distinctly different pipes that will smoke similar tobacco's so that one can light up another bowl of a favorite flake should one desire a second bowl and not wanting to wait for a pipe to cool.
That Porker Chip stack is a interesting and cool looking pipe as well, but you always have good taste