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dubhdarra

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FMOTT in that same billiard. tasted great for the first half of the bowl then just sorta stopped smoking and i couldnt even get a pipe cleaner up it. this stuff is STICKY. but good. but STICKY.
 

Rugbysh9

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FMOTT in that same billiard. tasted great for the first half of the bowl then just sorta stopped smoking and i couldnt even get a pipe cleaner up it. this stuff is STICKY. but good. but STICKY.
Dub you should have seen how wet it was BEFORE I left it open and sitting on top of the dehumidifier for a few days.



WOL OF in a Stanwell Sixtus 209
 
McClelland 5100 in a MM cob (only pipe I have that doesn’t reek of Westminster). The soft sweet flavor and aroma of this tobacco, coupled with the cool smoke makes it a joy in the pipe, this is easily an all day tobacco. The first straight Virginia tobacco I’ve smoked in 28 years, and a revelation as to what a quality Virginia tobacco should be.

I’d love to find an English mixture where this tobacco plays the supporting role in a blend with the highest quality Latakia, as it reminds me very much of a locally blend mixture that hasn’t been available for some years.
 

Marc

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McClelland 5100 in a MM cob (only pipe I have that doesn’t reek of Westminster). The soft sweet flavor and aroma of this tobacco, coupled with the cool smoke makes it a joy in the pipe, this is easily an all day tobacco. The first straight Virginia tobacco I’ve smoked in 28 years, and a revelation as to what a quality Virginia tobacco should be.

I’d love to find an English mixture where this tobacco plays the supporting role in a blend with the highest quality Latakia, as it reminds me very much of a locally blend mixture that hasn’t been available for some years.
D, you can always order some McClelland’s blending tobaccos and make your own English blend, they have some outstanding blending Latakia, Orientals and Perique for the do it yourselfer! McClelland’s also has some good bulk English blends you might try.
 

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Maltese Falcon reminds me of a more robust Frog Morton. There's enough Virginias and Orientals to keep it from being a one dimensional lat bomb, like some other Pease blends I've tried, and although I can't place the "mystery spice" I'm diggin it.
 

dubhdarra

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westmorland in a guildhall billiard.

thanks to D i'm considering picking up about an ounce of perique and just shredding the rest of the damned bbf then mixing them....
 
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