Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Oct 1, 2012.
Some Mac Baren Stockton from the 80s in a Pete 313
Heading home the back way this afternoon. It adds 20 minutes to my drive, but with the fall colors and all of the old farms it's worth it. Smoking my last of the Best Brown in the Peterson Donegal Rocky 264.
Dried plant matter in a processed vegetable husk using a wooden stick with Phosphorus sesquisulfide on one end of it for ignition of it.
Sounds extra tasty..my PAD and TAD just went into overload.
I'm finally trying H&H Lakeland Brickle Fortissimo, thanks to buistd. It's not mad love at first light, but it has something. I'll give it a fair shake before I give a strong opinion.
Mephisto in a '68 Dunhill Root Briar. I've been enjoying my pipes too much, so I'll smoke these English things for a couple of days to even things out.
First taste of H&H Classic Burley Kake in a little MM Pony cob.
Davidoff Flake Medallions in a Peterson Rosslare 80s. After some strongly positive comments about this tobacco I decided to try a tin of it. Not a mistake, although it does require more time in a jar to air out than the 6 hours or so that it's had. Can get nasty if drawn on a even a little too hard before it's aired out. After it's cooled down and re-lit, quite nice. -4C(25F)H71%
Roctober celebration continues with
Sextant in my Rock Cob
G.L. Pease Westminster in a Missouri Pride
Two bowls of Peretti No.333 in a rusticated Rinaldo Lithos YYY Silver Line...
Well, color me surprised! PipeHubby came home, oohed and ahhed over all the new tobaccos ... then asked which of the three new cobs was his eek and wanted a cobful of the CBK ... *before* trying his C&D Pirate Kake!
Another new taste ... McClelland Chocolate Mint in one of the new cobs (need to cross-reference the invoice and website to get them straight, but all 3 are MMs).
your new briars are gorgeous BB!
Mac Baren Va. #1 in a no-name billiard. First time with this blend. It's OK. Wants to bite like an underfed piranha. Can't beat the price ($2.40/oz at JR Cigar).
Ten Russians for the second time today in my BC Rhodesian, chilling with my buddy.
Many more smokes to come.
Found time for some Mac B. navy mixture in a savinelli.
Habana Daydream in a Kirsten.
Essence of Vermont...
Reduced to smoking crap like that in such miserable pipes, it must be a cold, hard life up there in the border country,
St. James Flake in a Northern Briars. This pipe is English as well, so you know I'm suffering mightily.
Nearly done smoking Anniversary Kake in a 1980 Stanwell 668 medium bend, half rusticated, half smooth, rough top. Waiting in the ol' ashtray is Three Friars in a late 1970s black rusticated straight Savinelli Estella 915 KS.