Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Sep 1, 2012.
Irish Oak. In a Pete reject 302 type.
Irish Oak in my little Pete 313. My day of adventures on the high seas of Pirate talk has blown me billows and I cana speak no more.
Condor Ready Rubbed in a Cob.
Capstan Ready Rubbed in a no name English briar. Not quite sure what I think of it yet, but it's not bad. Pretty intense on the snork, but that's to be expected, I suppose. Good night gentlemen.
J.M. Boswell Paradise.
Odyssey in a Squatch.
Good Morning PSF,
Uhle's #00 in a Brebbia Jumbo Billiard on my ride in this morning.
PA in a cob with a cup of coffee and Powerpoints to study. All this is after a breakfast of eggs and grits. Hell yea.
SWR, Cob, Coffee.
Stonehaven in a Peterson Tawny De Luxe 303
moving on to MacB Navy Mixture
Let me know what you think of that. I've on had two bowls of it. I kind of liked it, but I'm not sure why. I'm not even really sure what "sort" of tobacco it is.... Seems fairly full bodied though.
Sat in the park and hjad a rather pleasant bowl of SWRA in my Invicta Apple. Starting to regret renting a flat without any outdoor space though...
Escudo in the Kobwarden, Good Morning!
up for more studying for today's exam. Kendal Dark in the BST to kickstart my mind, typhoo tea on the side
Mac Baren Symphony (recent) in a cob. loads of coffee on the side.
I liked it a bunch...I think I would consider it...an aro? It's definitely full bodied with the burley and cavendish...it's almost more of a "dessert" smoke
Scottish Cake in a Palm. Thinking about facts (?) of life. Scattered clouds, not much wind. 14 degrees celsius.
PA in a wessex 1/4 bent brandy. It's just a wessex standard (inexpensive pipe) but it's drilled superbly, with a wide draft hole. It smokes like a dream. check 'em out.
Edgeworth Ready Rubbed match in a cob...... and, yes COFFEE - Black