Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, May 1, 2012.
LTF in a diplomat
Astleys #44 in my Davorin Billiard with my black coffee, workin' today so I'm ridin' in.
3 Oaks Syrian, in a bent and blasted dublin.
1776 Old Dominion in a bent stanwell acorn
So what do you think of Plumbcake???
Sir Walter Raleigh in a DrG saddle stem billiard.
Here are my notes from that night (I've been keeping a sort of spreadsheet smoking diary): The smoke itself was nearly perfect. Only one real coaxing relight. There was a bit of a lack of flavour to my taste, but I think the sinus irrigation and issues probably didn't help. There was something of a hot air sensation at times.
I've been having a bit of an issue with allergies and my sinuses, which I think is not doing my taste any favours. I'm going to reserve judgement on Plumcake until I can give it another few tries. Yesterday's smokes seemed good, so I might have to try Plumcake again today.
Kajun Kake - Peterson Aran 221
Telegraph Hill in a Sav Billiard.
Trying a new to me blend, Solani Va Flake with Perique in a country gentleman
Just had a bowl of GH Sweet Coconut Twist and a mug of black coffee to start the day. Rich, strong, tarry, with a hint of tropical goodness!
Workingon a post late breakfast bowl of Dark Flake in the dedicated Dublin while I await my delivery of clay pipes and SWR. Patiently await...of course.
It's a reasonable assumption that 4Noggins has more, so you shouldn't be out of it for too long. I ordered a Legend.
I have it on very good authority that my next order from 4noggins will, indeed, contain at least 8oz of EoV.
I am smoking Carter Hall in an Eagle Dry metal stem meerschaum bowl pipe. A delicious and dry smoking experience..
Balkan Supreme in a Rossi dublin
Huge bowl of Escudo in RDavis bent-rhodesian. ~2 hour endurance smoker.
McClelland #5120 Fragrant Virginia Ribbon in a DrG Pot, a simple Virginia pleasure for a sunny Saturday afternoon, a light, sweet smoke!
Essence of Vermont in Peterson 80s. Couple of times this morning, accompanied by lots of coffee. I very much enjoy sailing, but parking myself in front of the computer at 6:00AM for a couple of hours to watch the ACWS racing in Venice 3 days in a row isn't the usual routine.