Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Breaking in a new cob with some butternut burley. Root beer on the side.
After work smoke, FMOTT in a Sasieni Dublin
And by the weekend you'll be smoking it in a Tsuge Triangle.
irish flake in my guildhall, now i've found it, and i lost my tamper...
I don't know, do the Japanese and English mix well???
Kind of torn to make it either a VA flake pipe or a Burley flake pipe.
I decided to try out the sample I got from Park Lake.
Turkish Mystery in my first pipe ever, a MM Legend.
ALMOST exactly like SL. Alittle cooler, not as heavy on the clove like flavor. DAMN fine weed.
How PLT describes it:
A seductive English tobacco mixture using the highest grades of leaf possible. The costly and varied oriental leaf lend their distinctive flavor to this blend, rich with smoky Cyprian Latakia, this full bodied blend finishes slightly sweet due to the addition of sugary top grade Virginias. If you were a fan of "Turkish Black" from Ed Burak's great Connoisseur shop in NYC, give this blend a try.
Smoking C&D Good Morning Blend out of the Calabresi 673KS. :puff:
St. James Woods in a Grabow canadian.
Enjoying some McC Virginia Woods in an Algiers Falcon!
H&H Burley Kake in an Askwith nose-warmer poker.
Westminster in a Jake Hackert.
The bottom half of a bowl of Union Square from a walk earlier today, just found it in my pocket.
Another lovely bowl of Turkey Mystery in the MM Legend. Slightly less expensive fix that HOPEFULLY will get me through the SL dry spell.
Westminster in a Pete #6.
C&D Odessa in a full bent Cavicchi.
SG SL in a 13b meer, Twinings and Dixie Dregs on the tubes.
SG Skiff Mixture in a Savinelli Poker. Nummy! :puff:
How many 13b's have you smoked today or has this been the same pipe all day? :P
Presbyterian in a Brebbia MPB 601
Three, but only one is a meer........happy now? :P
No , but only cause I don't have one :P