Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Sep 1, 2012.
Mysmokingshop Royal Champagne.
#5 in my Spotted Eaton
That sounds perfect just now!
So I'm headed into the kitchen for Guinness Extra Stout and then some IF in...... hmm, the DrG "De Luxe" rhodie will serve.
What Corn Cob pipe is? Maker? The shank is a customers order?
Dark Flake in the Savinelli Dublin KS after a long walk in the rain without an umbrella. Getting ready for a hot cup of tea and a hot shower.
Rain storm, Twinings Earl Grey tea, and HOC For Meerschaums Only Reserve in a Dunhill Root. Reading some Kate Chopin. Very nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This rain was long overdue, and it will be ushering in our first temperatures below 60˚F since the spring. Supposed to hit 54˚F tomorrow night! Finally!
Not custom order Just Me fiddling around with some ink and acrylic
GH brown flake unscented.
Just got back from bowling.
192 was quite a shock to me.
With a house ball no less.
P&W #191 in a Vauen pot. I need to get a couple of pounds of this stuff - it is fantastic. Twinnings Irish Breakfast Tea on the side.
Some well dried Irish Whiskey in my 2011 POY with a vodka and peppermint cordial on the side
Two bowls so far today, Uhle's Bishop's Move in a rustic Savinelli 320 KS and Peter Stokkebye's Proper English in a MM Hardwood Mini.
3p in a Army Pete!
Apologies for quoting myself but I'm doing so as the result of maintaining "married bliss".
2 hours ago I went to get above said bowl and beer.
SWMBO was in the path to the fridge...
Just back from the grocery store and running the vacuum. Beer is finally opened and bowl is now lit. We refer to them as SWMBO with cause!
Earlier I had a blissful bowl of Irish Flake. Now I'm having bowl of Walnut Flake. So good!
It WAS really good!
Mac Baren Vanilla Cream Flake in a Nob Hill
PS Balkan Supreme in a Pete system 302
Black Irish X in a tiny half bent pot.
One of these.
Pretty good smoker. (Don't forget to add the "S")
C&D English Chocolate in the BST
SG's Balkan Flake in a Diplomat. had to give the Pete a break sometime. A local beer to cool off from labouring in the garden. This 'Indian summer' gets quite warm if you are wearing the wrong shirt.