Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.
1792 in the new blast Peterson Iceberg Port
is it sonic?
short and concise as always - I love it. what's about the movie? pipe?
Keeping up with the trend
Borkum Rifff Whiskey in walnut pipe
You da man!
Mr. Bubbles Whiskey on the side, Borkum, I hardly even knowem!
Borkum Riff Black Cavendish, Dr. Grabow Golden Duke, Iced bottled water on the side...
Some GH BB no.2 in a
old LAMA clay gifted by
our very own OT.
I wasn't going to smoke this now, but my curiosity over whether or not the current version of Dunhill Navy Roll is really Escudo got the best of me. I know the Murray's version was not the same thing. Now I'll test this for myself. Having recently smoked Escudo and the Murray's DDNR, I'll know if there's a difference. Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls in a very early Ascorti straight New Dear KS billiard with a smooth shank. Trader Joe's Unfiltered Grape Juice is my drink.
Postprandial smoke: Dunhill RY in a 1933 Dunhill Root Canadian
Enjoying Blue Mountain in my Comoy's Traditional Calabash 225 while sipping some Miles Finest Rainwater Medium Madeira. I'm celebrating a rare Cubs win. Do you know why the Cubs don't have a web site? They can's get three w's in a row.
Mac Baren Scottish Mixture in my Spil-dog.
Chief Catoonah's Bailey Reserve in a Radice Rind bent billiard.
The nubiles are trying to get the St Bernard to cooperate!
I showed this clip to the Saint Bernard, and he denies this is film of him. I believe him because there's no whiskey casket around the dog's neck in the film, and no breathing animal - two legged or four - would run from the young nubiles.
What do you think, Jim?
My wife has friends over so I am hiding downstairs smoking Frog Morton Cellar in a Kaywoodie.