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  1. Boomer-Z

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    Morning,

    Enjoying some Penzance (broke out the good stuff) in a boswell rusticated pot with a side of java.

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  2. Puff The Magic

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    DGT'd 2015 in Bear's Den "bamboo", hot coffee.

    Very nice smokin' pipe T-Bear! My first "intro" to PSF Pipesmiths creations and it's proof in my hands and smoking experience that this place has way more talent than just smoking experience. Glad I picked her up! She's getting a nice "pre-cake" on the bottom and all around.....working her into the fold!

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    Ed Puff!
    cogito ergo puff
     
  3. Rugbysh9

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    Club Blend is a Sas Mushroom-thing-a-ma-bob, coffee
     
  4. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    McC 5100 (thanks, Rugs) in my sampler Sav 602.
    Sweeeeet, but the damn thing kept going out.
    Perfect fill for a ribbon, yet nil. Plus, I
    was getting a ghost from two bowls ago which
    was the Montgomery. If it persists, I'll have
    to give it over to the 5 bros.

    dp
     
  5. Dondi

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    just finished up a bowl of GLP Key Largo in a Tinsky group 4 billiard...

    man that was a loooong smoke! and the flavor was fantastic! reminded me of a Partagas Lusitania, full bodied flavor, thick white smoke, nicotine so strong I was sweating buckets https://pipesmokersforum.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/startle.gif
    this is the blend I would choose to smoke if I was with a group of cigar smokers puffing away on bolivars or cohibas https://pipesmokersforum.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/goodjob.gif
    reminded me of GLP Robusto, but that blend is coarse cut so the flavors are not as melded as Key Largo, which comes in long broken flake.
    head's still spinning... when I was done, I went to my cellar to pick the next blend to smoke and I decided... wait, give it a rest, I'm not ready for another bowl of anything just yet!
    definitely a keeper, this is one blend I've decided should always be in my cellar. looks like it would make a good parfait as well with some other english blends.
     
  6. Longbottom Leaf

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    Just finished a bowl of savinelli english mixture in a bradford dublin with nothing to drink on the front porch and man is it hot! :yes:
     
  7. Barako

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    GLP Abingdon in a Castello sea rock dublin, BenRiach maderensis fumosus on the side.
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    McClelland 2015 in a Falcon, watching the rain.
     
  9. Rugbysh9

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    Just had some FMOTT in a Sasieni 4 Dot Dublin
     
  10. Barako

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    C&D Billy Budd on a Dunhill inner tube 196, coffee on the side
     
  11. Rugbysh9

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    MVF in a Stanwell Ivarsson, waiting on the rain
     
  12. jmiket91

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    Mac Baren Vanilla Flake in my Askwith nosewarmer, followed by Peterson University Flake in a MM Diplomat. Great start to the day...
     
  13. Unforgivin

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    Maple Street in a MM Pride Cob. :groucho:
     
  14. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Need a change of pace, some of that cheap english bulk (Huntsville?) I got from the ciggy store, stuffed in a Dr. Grabow. My wife is too tired to object.
     
  15. GlassSculptor

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    5100 Red Cake in a Big Ben Barbados.

    :stretcher:
     
  16. Puff The Magic

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    Reiner LGF in a Tinsky Dress Black PSF/POY, ided h2o.

    What a great smoke! This pipe is still Virginial (4th bowl) and she smokes like a "hooker on dollar night"! WOW! Sooooo glad I jumped!

    up next:

    Escudo brimming over in: [​IMG], first bowl and she smoked right down to nuthing but gray ash and a totally enjoyable, cool, tastee smoke! Thanks again T-bear! Great pipes! :stretcher:

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    Ed Puff!
    cogito ergo puff
     
  17. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Geez ED, your pipes are everywhere...except my house.

    Some 1776 'Tavern' in the Grabow...funny, one cool rainy day and I'm so in the mood for Latakia. A Mickey's 'Fine Malt Liquor' .22 on the side. (Shuddup, Andrew!) :stretcher:
     
  18. Rugbysh9

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    A 22 instead of 40 oz. Kyle, BOOOOOOOOOOO :stretcher:
     
  19. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    I'm on number 3... :eekout:

    (Hafta work tomm.)

    Still stinking up the joint...(SWMBO's words)... with the Tavern blend.
     
  20. dubhdarra

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    smoking "revelation" in my guildhall canadian. its a real interesting smoke. shame its not available anymore, i could see this being a great every day go to.
     
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