Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Morning was Ch in a cob. next was Frog Morton in a Cellini original.
So when is the house warming party for the new pad
and are we invited ???
Enjoyed Brigadier Black Waterloo in my Country Gent while driving around town on errands today.
LNF in a Royal Danish lumberman
Capstan Navy Cut in a Venini. Good night.
Pirate Kake in a Radice.
C&D Briar Fox. Good stuff!
Dark Flake scented in a Wally Frank cutty. I'm gonna go ahead and make the call now. Unscented is a little better. The plug is even better still.
Kendal Flake in a Kaywoodie with that funky little carburetor thingy on the bottom
Just finished my first bowl of S&G Choc. Flake in the PSF POY cob. I was a amazed. I was worried about the florals but I did not get one hint of them. This is only the third Lakeland blend that I try, the first was Firedance Flake but that to me tasted like pure soap and the other is SL which I permanently have in my rotation. I may need to change my mind about these Lakeland blends.
Stick with the Sam Gawith line. Gawith Hoggarth is just an inferior product.
I'm in total agreement with ya! In fact, I'm now smoking Dark Flake Unscented in a smooth briar calabash shape 1984 Fero Danese made in Italy.
PA in a 83 grabow crownduke/Miller Lite.
I really wanted to order some Bob's Choc. Flake but after reading reviews on both I noticed most ppl tasted floral notes more often with Bob's.
Finished the Briar Fox and then somehow my Sav churchwarden got filled with EMP I think I better buy a pound of this stuff.
Oh, SouthBound is full of BS, Gawith Hoggarth is all he smokes. The man even smokes Ennerdale, so you know he loves his lake sauce.
Just had some Escudo in a Peterson. It was delicious.
Just finished a bowl of Mac B. Navy Mixture in one of the pipes Alan Dye gave away. a Chacom black label.
This little sweetie smokes like a champ! "THANKS ALAN"
After smoking another cobful of CH in the smaller Legend, I wanted a break and loaded the larger new Legend with C&D Gentleman Caller. The new still-unsmoked General got itself a Canadian Mist whiskey soak, along with the 1776 American MM cob I got for my dad. I talked to him over the weekend, and revealed that my bottle of "pipe sweetener" says Canadian Mist on it (his all-time favorite). He says he never thought of that one back when he smoked his pipes years ago, but loves the idea. Oh, and he never tried a corncob pipe either.
Jack knife plug in a DGE cob
Loaded up the tall MM General with Scotty's Butternut Burley.