Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Good Morning world. Waking up this a.m. with PA in a GBD Bulldog.
I've gone full-blown codger as of late and re-kindled my affair with Prince Albert. My gf likes the way he smells on me as well, so I do so with her full approval. We'll have to see how well she reacts to Captain Earle and Sailor Jerry.
PA in the same MM Legend I've been smoking almost exclusively for the past 2 weeks almost. Considering making coffee to go with it.
3P's in a cob
Finished up the morning pipe of C&D Red Odessa in the estate JM sig. Now to load a cob up with some H&H Beverwyck ... the only question is Which cob?
Note: There are four cobs not pictured, but three were bought after the pic was snapped.
PSF Nutty Professor in a Country Gentleman
Intrigued and excited to order a tin to sample this! I love black cavendish and this is reported to be more complex than the typical BC blend.
First pipe this morning will be Brigadier Black Bull Run in the new "Alan pipe," the French bent egg
The cats let me sleep for once, so I'm late starting my smoking day. Hope I don't get any demerits! Anyway, I begin with Dorchester in a medium bend 1983 Ascorti New Dear KS.
Just don't blame me if you don't like it (-; I haven't compared it to many other aros, but I have a bunch of samples coming on Friday...
Twin-bore, oil cured.
Dunhill Early Morning Pipe in a Dr. Gragbow (sp?)
Had a bowl of Pirate Kake in an Aldo Velani last night, Balkan Sasieni in a cob this morning.
Commonwealth Mixture in a BC Rhodesian if I can resist the urge to have a RYO. Hell even if I do have one, why not.
Final day cleaning up the Monterey house- turning it over to "the man" tomorrow.
SO it'll be cobs and cigars all day (too busy to enjoy a briar properly).
DGE, OT, and Rew cobs in the truck. Uhle's, OTC's, Chick Magnet, and St. Bruno's to go in 'em.
Also packing a couple of "cheap" cigars.
A beat up old smoke master
retro fitted with the first stem i picked up
filled with Kentucky Planter
works for me as i like Ugly Pipes
Waiting for an oil change smoked some McClelland No. 24 in my Tinsky.
Just lighting up the current Three Nuns tinned version in a 2004 smooth long stem Canadian Trever Talbot Ligne Bretagne Faite en Bretagne 4/3. Haven't smoked this one in a while, and it's time I did.
Breaking out the tub of CH to break in some new cobs. I started with the smallest one, a Legend.
After lunch smoking starts with Anniversary Kake in a 1980 Stanwell 668 medium bend, half rusticated, half smooth, rough top.
You don't say. What year?
Well, my dog is feeling happy and loved ... I took him for a W-A-L-K around the perimeter of the city park while burning some CH in the other new MM Legend.