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What Are You Smoking? May, 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.

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  1. Old Codger

    Old Codger Well-Known Member

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    BST Compact Little Brute loaded up with Princes Street. First bowl in it was LEO. The pipe meets my expectations of Sasquatch's craft. When I PM'd him for this pipe I honestly did think for a brief moment that I ought to have let someone else buy it, but the thought passed, and I'm happy about it. Not too many pipes that I can recall actually enjoying the first bowl or two out of, but the BSTs have all been a pleasure.
    Still raining, +4C(39F)H98%
     
  2. Thuber88

    Thuber88 Well-Known Member

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    More coffee, and now onto some Scotch Flake thanks to FishinBanjo;), in the same tinderbox,meer lined Rhodedendron thingy(thanks to the Mayor), this is a great bend and a real nice smoke, It looks good to me!
     
  3. Thuber88

    Thuber88 Well-Known Member

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    I also see that it is made in Italy, wonder who made those for TB, sure wish they kept decent records on stuff they sold with their name on it:oops:
     
  4. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Possibly Mauro Armellini. They made a number of different low budget pipes for the Tinderbox.
     
  5. jason1977

    jason1977 Active Member

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    JackKnife Plug in my cob with a cup or 2 of pumpkin spice coffee~
     
  6. MikeyJ

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    Frog Morton Cellar in my Chuck Long "workin' man's billiard".
     
  7. Smokey

    Smokey Active Member

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    Pa Soft Vanilla in a bent MM hardwood to and from work today...now it is nap time..lol
     
  8. SidStavros

    SidStavros Active Member

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    Kapt'n Brammer's Klabautermann.
     
  9. surlysoul

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    Shortcut to Mushrooms in a St. Pat Pete.
     
  10. Ephraim

    Ephraim Active Member

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    Enjoying a cob full of some Velvet I just picked up at the local smoke shop. Its quite good, I like it.
    My next bowl will be of my newly purchased Granger. Its fun trying out these classic Burleys for the first time.
    My favorites started with SWR and CH, and now include every Burley I've tried.
     
  11. user3221

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    I Liked your post because you are going to your tobacco shop and taking it easy
    sorry to hear about your back
     
  12. user3221

    user3221 Active Member

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    Pipesandcigars,com
    Brigadier Black pipe tobacco was born of the knowledge gained over the past 13 years. A tribute to our customers and what they enjoy the most out of their tobacco. Available in 4 unique blends that, if our data is correct, will be the new favorites for many people. Additionally, the artwork on these cans pays tribute to historical events and were designed for collectivity even after you've enjoyed the contents.

    :th1:

    Its pretty good
     
  13. user3221

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    going to try out my Other new Kaywoodie ♣ wish me luck !

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  14. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Almost done with Shortcut to Mushrooms (thanks FlatbushPaul) in a straight 1979 MM Legend. Home for good now and deciding on the next smoke as I pour a glass of Simply Lemonade. Pirates are leading the Cubs 4-2 in the 9th.
     
  15. Tsal

    Tsal Well-Known Member

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    Orlik in a Patriot. Been smoking this combe two days in a row now. Luv it.
     
  16. Lithua pipe

    Lithua pipe Active Member

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    Frog Morton on the Bayou in a straight Ferndown Root
     
  17. krusty

    krusty Active Member

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    Very similar p120.
    Heavier than a meer but the clarity of smoke is certainly the same. My Rock Warden also seems to mimic the way a meer is kinda of like a furnace in the easily obtained complete burn of the tobacco. Yet to have any dottle in the rock.

    Very similar, less expensive for comparable qualities and.... unique! Gotta love em'!
     
  18. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    I decided on the small pipe with the long name and the tobacco, too. St. James Flake in a small slight bend black sandblast 2000 D.R. Ardor Urano Ninfea Fatta A Mano author with a silver band on the shank and stem. Now back to work.

    Edit: Pirates beat the Cubs 4-2.
     
  19. p120d16y

    p120d16y Active Member

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    Yeah, I almost finished a bowl of Waterloo in the rock cob on the way out to a job site, and it just burns the tobacco down with little effort. I'm really loving this thing.
     
  20. p120d16y

    p120d16y Active Member

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    It is pretty good. Thank you. For an aromatic, I could have this one for a dessert smoke. Fairly similar to Par Shooter in a sense, but I can see liking this one more.
     
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