Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Escudo in the Stannie Billiard, tea to follow.
first bowl of the day was Peterson Sherlock Holmes in the Bekler dragon meer.... this time, the tabak was much better behaved than in a briar.
second bowl of the day now in progress... a blend of Spilman and GLP Robusto in a Peterson Celtic bent billiard. classic english smoke!
smoking SG westmorland in the BBB tortoiseshell billiard.
C&D 081 Balkan in a Squatch pot.
Daybreak in a Stanwell Acorn. :coffee:
Starting the day with some RM Scottish Cake in a Nording Hunter '08 :coffee:
Sutliff Maple Street in a pride cob.
Commonwealth in a Cavicchi pot. Gonna be a hot one today.
first taste of peterson's old dublin in my mastro de paja - wow incredible blend! can't believe I'm saying this but I might like this more than 965 lol I'm down towards the middle of the bowl so we will see :coffee:
You said it brother, I walked outside this morning and thought I was back in Memphis :coffee:
Moved on to some 5100 in a Tsuge Triangle,more :coffee:
well, finished old dublin - this blend seemed to flatline towards the end leaving me with a borkum riff like after taste... sorry but you been voted off of american idol :coffee:
Sugar Barrel in a cauldron.
just dropped the little lady off at the airport and mourned the loss of my automatic food service with a virginia neapolitan smoked back to back on the ride home:
BBF in a guildhall pot
Irish Flake in the laxey meer
FVF in the longmire diplo
i think i may be legally intoxicated. gonna go lay down til the floor stops spinning.
Blakeney’s Best Acadian Ribbon in a Stanwell HCA. Spicy V8 with a dash or two of Habanero sauce in a can. :lol:
Uhle's Perfection Plug in the Talbert Prince...this pipe has broken in nicely and is great for a shorter smoke :lol:
Started another bowl of CH-5100 last night, looking to finish it today.
PA in a Kaywoodie 500 billiard.
Some CH in a Falcon (straight)...no chaser.
'07 Christmas Cheer in a Stanwell Ivarsson. :Water:
1776 Tavern in a Dr. Grabow Duke....hmm....starting to believe the common thought that Lat. heavy blends are better in the winter months...(Still damned good, though!)