Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Astley's No. 44 in a MONSTER hardcastle I won via Alan
University Flake in a Plumb billiard. First time with this tobacco, a nice change from the heavy cased aros I've been into recently.
Inaugural bowl in a tall MM General, Lane 1-Q just because it's been a few days for that blend. Hubby loaded his new tall General with Dan The Malthouse while he sipped the new Sam Adams winter seasonal and watched me grill the steak.
Esoterica Margate in a no-name Billiard. Jasmine tea.
My mixture #1 SB,SWR,Velvet and a little of this and that in a 1970's grabow lark.
Compliments of a certain pipemaker from Hull, Condor Long Cut Flake in my DrG "Westbrook" billiard.
1st time out with Condor and so far so good, Thanks OT!
Trying a Pony-cob of Five Brothers.
Two Friends English Chocolate in a Missouri Pride. Chocolate (more like a cocoa taste than sweet chocolate) and Latakia; very nice.
Onyx in a 1975 full bend black Dunhill Shell.
SG Cannon Plug in a large antique meerschaum churchwarden...
2008 Escudo in a Dunhill Grp 6 Ring Grain Billiard. I haven't had Escudo in quite some time. It's great with some age to it! Sweet with a little spice. Really lovely! It's going great with Earl Grey tea.
Whiskey Biscuit Gravy in a Pete System
Been pretty busy lately but slowly working my way through a bowl of St. Bruno in a Pete 305.
Stonehaven in a Pete system
St. Bruno is my newest love, where do you get yours, if you don't mind me asking?
Dan Old Ironsides in a Savinelli. Had a burger for dinner, so this was a logical choice. I mean, OI is always a logical choice unless you don't like things that are good, but you know, just a bit of further justification.
Not nearly as cool this weekend. High today was 71F, with a low of 48F. In a just world, those would be summertime temperatures, but hey, whaddaya gonna do? Just grin and bear it. And there's always the consolation that hey, at least it's not August right now.
Davidoff Flake Medallions in a medium IMP meerschaum. -18C(0F)H81% Passing on the evening walk.
Irish Oak in the Sham-Bull.
Three Nuns in the Astas billiard
It took me about 2 hours to finish that last bowl...
Big pipe needless to say.
Old Joe Krantz in my Stanwell now.