Burley London Blend + MB Vanilla Cream

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woody

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I've been blending Burley London Blend with MB Vanilla Cream. Just enough VC to give it some vanilla flavor and I like it!
 
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That is one thing i really love about pipe smoking, you can play around with the flavors so much, we basically have endless possibilities of what we can do. It is one of my passions to always come up with my own mix's and blends, Just the other day i made a cherry based blend that was very good, and i dont usually like cherry toby's.
 

ruffinogold

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Wow man , that does sound good ! The Cherry is out there . I'm fixin to try some new ones soon . will report back :bing:
 
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this kinda makes me wonder..
thinking about mixing some Mccleland 2015 Flake with a straight up lat-english blend.
Maybe take care of a little of that Ketchuppy smell, as for the smoke its my first Va-per..and its not bad at all.

sort of like mixing a ****zue and bulldog... you end up with a bull-****.. :eek:hyeah:
 

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this kinda makes me wonder..
sort of like mixing a ****zue and bulldog... you end up with a bull-****.. :eek:hyeah:
https://pipesmokersforum.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/0laugh.gif good one! I hope you don't mind if I use that one of these days with my dog breeder friends!
 

woody

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I'm still mixing BLB and VC. Smoking a bowl right now. Take 2 pinches BLB and 1 pinch of VC. Rub them out together with your fingertips and give it a try.
 
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this kinda makes me wonder..
thinking about mixing some Mccleland 2015 Flake with a straight up lat-english blend.
Maybe take care of a little of that Ketchuppy smell, as for the smoke its my first Va-per..and its not bad at all.

sort of like mixing a ****zue and bulldog... you end up with a bull-****.. :eek:hyeah:
Re the ketchup smell, I'm smoking some 2015 I aged for about seven years. No ketchup and oh so smooooooth! :drly:
 
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