Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Oct 1, 2012.
How does that compare to Jack Knife?
I haven't tried jackknife yet it's on the list.
I think they're very similar. I haven't smoked much Triply Play being I had a sample, but Jackknife is slightly sweeter.
Mac baren VA flake in a Weber Lovat. This stuff is nice and sweet.
Sherlock Holmes in a Pete Donegal 408
As Capt mentioned, you may want to try Davidoff Medallions. It's got a Cavendish core, it definitely changes the taste. I liked experimenting with that core, sometimes it would be the first thing going into the bowl, sometimes I'd put it in the middle, and sometimes I would rub it out for a topping! Who says you can't play with your baccy
Dondi, I do the same exact thing!
Exhausted Rooster in a Legend for the last of the day
Troost Special Cavendish with a side of herbal tea again. Then sleep.
Chili dogs for dinner tonight so tomorrow the folks at work had best give me a wide berth. I will give no warning and show no mercy.
Half and Half in a Caminetto egg.
After I smoked Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a MM cob, I had a bowl of the current tinned version of Three Nuns in a 2 star Ferndown Bark Prince with a Cumberland stem. I am now smoking Anniversary Kake in a straight grain Karl Erik Ekstravagant A medium bend. If I have time, I might sneak in another bowl of Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in my other MM cob.
I found a tub of Edgeworth Ready Rubbed at the Gas Station 5 minutes ago. So, I promptly ordered some of the match for comparison of course.
And am now smoking some in my Country Gentleman. I am one happy piper.
Lucky fella! I never smoked the original. I remember seeing it on the shelves for years and the boring packaging kept me from trying it. My loss.
I just started the bowl... but I like it alot and will try to smoke it sparingly.
Done with the bowl, how could they take this stuff off the market but leave Paladin...
Byzantium in a ben wade... then 1792 in a sav dub.. with a couple glasses of guiness extra stout. The extra stout really made 1792 sing.. brought out the tonquin sweetness.. i will repeat this combo for sure and highly reccomend it
Mornin fellow pipers. Squadron Leader in a Hackert.
Gawith Hoggarth American Black & Brown.
Frog Morton, in a blasted full bent with a saddle stem.
SWR, Arlington, black coffee riding shotgun on the drive in this morning. I got about a 10 minute smoke before a piece of toby clogged my pipe and I had no PC . I will not be w/o PCs in my car from now on. Oh well, it will DGT well for the ride home this afternoon.
Happy small Friday everyone. Hang on, the weekend is coming.