I'm sure most of us have a story or two about how the smell of pipe smoke brings up memories of a specific person. Quite a few of us started smoking pipes for that reason. Most of the smokers in that time we remember only smoked one blend (or type) and the trigger is the smell of that blend. In the world now, we aren't under the same limitations. I mostly smoke one type, but, also burn anything from aromatics to Lat Bombs depending on my mood. Will this affect what "triggers" the (hopefully fond) memories of my grandkids? I can think of three possible paths. It may be "specific" and only rise up when they smell a particular blend that they enjoyed smelling, ignoring the odors they didn't like as much. It may be "random" where any time they pass a bakery or a house fire they remember something about the pipe tobacco I smoked. It might be "general". Instead of being triggered by the smell of the lone pine tree in the house at the holidays, it is the smell of the forest...everything from fresh blooms to old decay. What do you think will be the memory triggers for the next generation of future pipe smokers? Dan (Woke up too early this morning, thinking about this).