Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Mar 1, 2013.
Mister, you'd better have that lane cleared before Momma gets home or you'll have hell to pay.
Oh its done my friend, I was actually chuckling to myself thinking about your post about removing your plough!
PS LNF in a pete bulldog....
Time to mix things up a bit
H&H Frenchy's Sunzabitches
in an old pipe, that i still don't what brand of pipe it is
The next to last bowl of this stash of Haunted Bookshop in a 1980 black rusticated rough top Jobey E27 Stromboli extra egg-shaped poker. And a 7-Up.
Loos like an alien Falcon. Whatever it is, it's pretty.
Peterson Summertime 2011 in an anonymous bent meerschaum. Enough coffee for this morning, time for some Meyer Lemon tea.
-5C(23F)H62% Up 10C since sun up.
PS LTF in a MM. Trying this in a bunch of pipes today. More Tetley. Recon I'll be sleeping in the TP tonight.
C&D Briar Fox in a Rad Davis hickory nut.
Condor in a Falcon. Yep, you read that right.
I'll take a closer one and post it for you. It's a Leonessa Briosa, made in Italy.
Stonehaven in a Pete system 306.
Savinelli 316 EX Lucite Sherwood Rock Briar
We'll make a Yorkshireman out of you before you know it Spill!
You gotta love those big ol' EX pipes!
Every time I see this pic, I think "How the Hell did he get my pipe?!?!". LoL
Finishing my second bowl of Frog Morton's Cellar in the Dr Grabow Starfire Author, and the last of the Maxwell House.
Finished up the EMP I had started this morning. I think this may be the new morning drive in ritual. It's a darn fine blend and a half a bowl in the MM is almost the perfect timed smoke. Though a whole bowl with a lunch finish wouldn't be bad either.
Smoking some Old Gowrie in the Northern Briars banker. This has been sitting in a jar since January 2012, and holy cow has it transformed into something spectacular. I was totally nonplussed when I opened the tin, thinking, "Man, this is one bland VA," but now it's just tremendous. Very thick, chewy smoke, with a slightly sweet, bready, toasty flavor. Just phenomenal.
60˚F (16˚C), 26% RH, and sunny with blue skies. Gorgeous day. There's a "red flag warning" out for central AL, meaning that a very dry airmass has settled into place, and there's a nice 15 mph north wind. This is about as nice as Spring weather gets.
Check out Redmanol. Stamping doesn't quite match, but it's a leaping off point.
I traded for some 10year old OG and it is amazing. I've never had it fresh... but from the sounds of it i need to get a few more cans sleeping on my shelf..