Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.
G&H Cherry Vanilla in a falcon.
Yes. It's listed under the Schurch blends, along with the other English blends I mentioned. Here's the link: http://www.synjeco.ch/pataall/info/usordinf.php?i3s2s1
How about some
in a BC?
Ahhhhhh. There's nothing like life's simple pleasures.
I am handcuffed to the group W bench at the moment and will respond as soon as I can free myself, please leave a message after the fart
Still working on the bowl of BCA in the 120, some decent flavor, nice aroma, for being very goopy, it stays lit well, and a decent burner, not sure what puddle of sludge will be at the bottom of the bowl as of yet.
All 3 land mines are luxuriating on the couch next to me at the moment, that lasts about 15 min on average before they get to warm, then back to land mine mode
Have you got enough water? Is the temperature okay? Is there enough ice in it? Did you wear your galoshes?
Thanks, I found that before on Bing. Being syrian it remindes me of a few blends I have tried.
In the corner of the warehouse, Jim has a refrigeration unit (Liquid Nitrogen of course), inside of which, he keeps imported Iceberg fragments(Usually 10,000 lbs or so, just so he wont run out if he is entertaining guests), that way the ice is the purest it can be, and it wont affect the flavors of the imported Himalayan mountain spring water.
The Saint Bernard only drinks from the Whiskey cabinet, having taken Barry Fitzgerald's advice:
I control the water rights in this shire, as Thuber so noted.
The water was chilled at the proper temperature with ice cubes imported from the Arctic Circle (that's why we originally hired the Saint Bernard). As for galoshes, I keep them in my wallet.
Don't leave the galoshes in your wallet too long, or there will be a footprint showing through the leather
Black Lung, thanks to dBear, in another Falcon.
Kendal Kentucky in the WTF Pipe. With home made beer.
You've never seen a polar bear take a leak, let alone a squat, have you.
Been out walking most of the day with a pouch of Painter Hills. Got some news this morning and just needed to walk it off and sort my head out.
Back inside with Irish Flake in an medium IMP meerschaum. A very healthy Laphroaig and Xandria playing at 11 working out.
I was going to smoke Angler's Dream, but since I didn't have any latakia today, I changed my mind and am smoking Year 2002 Squadron Leader in a 1990 Peterson Irish Second Oom Paul natural. Ice water properly chilled, Burns and Allen on TV, and box scores to read, so I'm all set now.
Yes Jim, you are
I had SL as one of my first samples, admittedly either my taste buds are pretty shot, or I wasn't used to it, I did not get a lot from it, as I recall the smell of burning leaves upon lighting it, and a little nic, but soso on any forms of flavors, but thats just me of course
SL is a very light English blend with not much nicotine, but the Virginias have aged well in this, and it has a sweetness I never tasted when smoking it fresh out of a tin. This is very smooth.
GL Pease Quiet Nights in the Tinsky Dress Blast.
Germain Brown Flake in a Squatch.
To paraphrase Mark Knopfler, "Berg style, boom, like that."
Go to about :40 seconds where the chorus hook starts, and you'll hear the line I'm talking about. Great effin' song.
Galoshes? I don't get it?
Oh . . . Wait a minute . . .
Now I do.
Jimmy Stewart's on The Jack Benny Program, Suzy's sleeping by my side, and I'm smoking Angler's Dream in a 2013 medium bend Spillproof corndog cob.
Probably my last smoke before bedtime: Virginia Spice in a 2013 straight 5th Avenue DGE Nose warmer cob. This blend tastes great in every pipe I smoke it in, but there's something about smoking it in a corn cob that seems to accentuate its sweetness.