Gawith, Hoggarth & Co. Brown Bogie

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  1. MikePiper1

    MikePiper1 Member

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    So I decided to crack open my jar of Brown Bogie that's been "chillin" in the cellar for about 3 years. Man this stuff is goood! Definitely packs a wallop! I new I was in for a treat while examining the rope and I noticed that the sugars had crystallized on the outside of rope. The smoke is nutty and creamy and the vitamin N is there in full force :yes:
    You gotta love a tobac you can smoke or chew!
    If you haven't tried this stuff you really owe it to yourself to give it a try!
     


  2. beeftip

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    Been meaning to try some. Do you notice any of that "soapy" Lakeland taste?
     
  3. MikePiper1

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    IMO there is none of the typical Lakeland "flavorings" found in other Gawith products. Be forewarned that this stuff is STRONG! I've been a piper for 25 +years and this is by far the strongest tobacco I have ever smoked. My head was swimming by the time I got to the bottom of the bowl.
    Do not smoke on an empty stomach!!
     
  4. BradNTX

    BradNTX Well-Known Member

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    I don't think I could do a toby with that much of a nic hit. I have some blends that others say have a medium kick and they make my head all swimmy. :sick:
     
  5. commonsenseman

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    Awesome stuff! :thumb:
     
  6. enjoyasmoke

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    Evening chaps.
    I got some of this, I'm a new pipe smoker replacing the dreaded coffin nails with the more refined art of smoking a pipe and even this knocked my socks off with the N hit.
     
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