Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Penzance in my lattice meer.
Good day, eh! I'm smoking that Pirate Kake again. In the Falcon. Again.
L.J. Peretti Cuban Mix in
a Falcon (of all things ).
Irish Flake in a Falcon.
McCranies Burley Light in a Briar Boy Cherrywood Cherrywood...
Wessex Gold Brick in the Sav 510ex bulldog.
McC Anniversary 2010 in a sandblasted Digby billiard
Blackwoods in a noname bulldog. Off to the library here in a few for the second group meeting for today.
Going to be one hell of a school week but I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving
2009 Kendal Cream Flake in a Peterson 303.
Almost finished smoking Anniversary Kake in a 1980 Stanwell 668 medium bend, half rusticated, half smooth, rough top. Waiting in the ashtray is Dark Flake Unscented in a smooth briar calabash shape 1984 Fero Danese made in Italy.
GH Brown Flake in a System 312
Lagonda in a Squatch
This: Wessex Campaign Dark Flake
In this: A mid-50's Kaywoodie Meerschaum Lined Flame Grain
Chased with this: Hot cocoa
I love this tobacco, I love this pipe, and nearly everybody in their right mind loves hot cocoa especially on a cold damp night.
That is a nice, stout little Kaywoodie Rew!
KY Club in a silverduke.
University Flake cradling Irish Oak in a IMP meerschaum. Rewster's photo of hot chocolate planted the seed, so following suit. Good combination. +3C(37F)H52%
I love hot chocolate, but it "runs" right threw me. lol
Stonehaven in a Stanwell.
Mmm, I can see why everyone loves it, but I had to dry it out so much, I can't stand wet tobacco.
Two Friends English Chocolate in a cob.
Must be a chocolate kinda night! Maybe I'll fire up a bowl of SG Chocolate Flake. Only thing is I forgot what pipe I had dedicated to it. lol