Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by Hofnar, Nov 1, 2013.
Mississippi mud in a cob took me to work. Good stuff!
Had a nice lunch and am going to work with a can of Mug root beer, and a bowl of Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter.
Dark Flake Scented in the Peterson System, Earl Grey on the side
Dunhill Flake in a 2013 County
Thanks to Flatbush Paul, I'm smoking Telegraph Hill in my old reliable 1986 smooth Peterson Kildare 999 Rhodesian. I've just enough for one more bowl. Working and listening to the MLB talk on the XM as they vivisect A-Rod for being as stupid as we know he is.
Listing my next smoke a little early so I can concentrate on work for a bit: Hamborger Veermaster in a very early Ascorti straight New Dear KS billiard with a smooth shank. Many thanks to our buddy from Flatbush for the tobacco. Hope he's enjoying the latest batch of floaty li'l icebergs.
Classic Burley Kake in the MM bent egg. First smoke with the new 4 1/2" acrylic stem on the cob.
LBF in my Brigham Algonquin...our outdoor cats and I are keeping each other warm.....the more I smoke these lil' babies, the more I love 'em!!!
Post lunch bowl is the same as my commuting bowl. Villiger late night in my larsen. Busy day trying to get caught up at work while also sharing hunting stories with my coemployees.
First bowl of a sample pack of SG BBF in the Pete 304 system. Great stuff!
I've never tried Briggs, but I like the price.
Grousemoor 7 y/o in the orig MM Diplomat with Wellington Forever Stem, got 3 more tins of this in the cellar 7 y/o and 16 more on the way with around 2 years in.
A lovely PRM, strong and black, on the side.
Nifty travel kit!
Happy B-Day 5H!!
Smoking some SWR in a MM Pride
Salivating over a bowl of Larsen 1864 in a Cavicchi CC Bent Dublin ...
Every single detail of this tobacco exudes quality: leaf grade, blending expertise, top note, flavor and aroma, presentation box, gold foil packaging. No floor sweepings in this one.
And this Cavicchi is an old favorite, purchased at a time when a smooth 2C was under a hundred bucks. It's a bruiser weight-wise, but the smoking quality and engineering are absolutely flawless. A ten-generation pipe without a doubt. Built to take it.
Hi Mates, my first Bowl 2day is a Stanni Tulip with OGS while makin a Paracord Bracelet for my Son.
Greve Gilbert Hamiltons Blandning in a sandblasted Zavvos billiard. Portugese red wine.
OGS in the MM Country Gentleman
Honor Blend in a BST.