What Are You Smoking? September 2012

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    Just had a sample of Sutliff's Great Outdoors in a MM corn cob. The sample is one of the approximately 1,127 sent to me by Dwaugh. Perfect day in Mass at the moment. I really enjoyed the smoke, perhaps it isn't the cavendish I do not like but rather perique, which is not in this blend. Either way, I'll figure it out with all the new samples I have.
     
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    No You got something that was aged and well cured = not sure what it was to begin with - but glad you liked it !
     
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    so if i am out riding the back roads in my 4x4 and jump a few dirt road hills
    can you guarantee no spill action in one of your pipes


    that would be a great combination along with a sippy cup full of beer !

    :chug:
     
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    OK time for my night time bowl of SWRA in my old corn cob pipe
    followed up with a few hours of sleep

    these 15 hour work days are getting old
     
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    After lunch J will be smoking some Black Irish X in the Yellobole acorn.
     
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    MacBaren Club Blend in a Peterson 80S while working up the nerve and stamina to deal with having work done at the Helen Keller Custom Print Shoppe. It's already 18C so I think parking a few blocks away and having a pipe on the way there will be good preparation for the ordeal.
     
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    Sherlock Holmes in a POY cob.
     
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    Oh, I thought you had and more rounded one too, :cfsd: guess I confused you with someone else.
     
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    Germain's Rich Dark Flake in a Peterson African Meer.
     
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    Last nights late night bowl a fitting DH Nightcap in a BC ROC Series Chatelaine...
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    Solani Aged Burley Flake in a cob.
     
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    McClelland Jubilee topped with my last few crumbs of 50yr Burley in a cob.
     
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    2001 Christmas Cheer topped with '83 McCranie's red-ribbon in the Sas bent-rhodesian (virginia cooker)

    Just finishing it up. Yum.
     
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    Jesus, that sounds good enough to be illegal.

    Having some Boston 1776 in a CG cob with some afternoon coffee. This is a really tasty blend, I mean really tasty, but I have problems keeping it lit, kinda like Blackwoods. Anyone else have this problem? Still, delicious stuff.
     
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    Staying lit is just so common ;-)
     
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    Rattray's Red Rapparee in a Dunhill. This blend does seem to dry out the back of my throat. Cool and rainy here in Ohio.
     
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    It´s soon midnight here. Have to see couple nightmares before tomorrow. Before that, Tabakhaus Recklinghausen # 20 in a Churchwarden.
     
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    Ohio? It must be nearby... :beyes:
     
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    A bit on the warm side here. 29C(84F)H12%. Nutty Cut in a Peterson 80S.
     
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