Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Oct 1, 2012.
OBB (David, that's Smoker's Haven Our Best Blend) in a Ser Jacopo.
Odyssey, in a bent and blasted dublin for the TGIF smoke.
Waino said about the Three Nuns he had,
For me, that was the best tobacco I ever smoked, until they changed the formula. The new tinned version subs Kentucky for the perique. It's still very good, but not magically great as it used to be before Orlik got their hands on it around 2003. You'd better enjoy and savor slowly what you have left.
SWR, Falcon Int, Coffee. Happy Friday all.
Had some bulk CH in my Calabash with the morning coffee.
Frog Morton in a cob
H&H Ambassador in a Brebbia Ninja 301
Woke up too darn early, and so it shouldn't be a total waste of being awake, I'm smoking Half&Half in a tan etched 2001 Rinaldo Sahara 2.
Hood morning PSF,
GH Dark Flake Scented in a Charatan Belvedere Billiard with black coffee on my ride in this rainy Friday morning.
Happy Friday Smoking,
GLP Maltese Falcon in a little Dunnie billiard as a thunderstorm moves overhead. Lovely, heavy rain & hail after a really hot spell.
SG Black XX in my Pete Tankard
Finished some homework, now kicking back with some Dunhill Flake in the Dunhill Root Briar PO
PA in the old H&B Cobb.
36 degrees / SWR / Cob / Coffee ... not feelin to good today . I think the change of weather [ 40 degree difference from morning to afternon and back down in the evening ] is kickin my butt a bit .
Blackwoods Flake in a Grabow slim prince
I should also mention Uhle's 300 is quite nice - it's their PPG with a light honey sort of casing. I forget who (Spill?) but somebody in the Aug/Set smoke of the month really likes it. I've only had a couple bowls and not in a while, but it was good.
Essence of Vermont in a MM Legend. Black coffee. 6C(43F)H68%.
Started the right. Early workout, bowl of Black XX rope in my dip (yikes!) And a pinch of Toque Violet.
I'm ready to take on the day!
Went back to sleep, woke up to the tune of dancing cats on my belly, so I got up, fed them and lit up Dorchester in my trusty 1970s Peterson System Standard 305.
Kicken Chicken in a Rewster-fied cob chased with a good hot cup of Maxwell House.
Man I feeling like jumping up on the fence announcing good morning to the neighborhood in a high pitched yodel.