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  1. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    Good Morning,

    Doing my best to try and burn through a new Squatch. I'm using P&W 400 as an accelerant.
     


  2. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Five Bros. in a MM Patriot. Coffee and the lately obligatory grey skies and rain for accompaniment.
     
  3. GlassSculptor

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    GH Louisiana Flake in a little Bollo.

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  4. OldSchool

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    CH as the maiden bowl in a new MM Diplomat, tricked out with a 4.75" brown marble lucite Forever stem from Walker Briar Works. Until now, my only experience with cobs has been with the smoke shop "party favor" ones -- Prides, Mizzous and the occasional Legend, all with those hooked amber stems that pool soggy dottle and mutilate pipe cleaners. This, though -- this was a wonderful experience that not even the taste of new pine shank could diminish. Of course I'll be keeping and smoking my briars, but today I became a cob convert (a cobvert? :cool:)
     
  5. Beale

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    I am just jealous! Still have a cold!
     
  6. BradNTX

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    Flake of C&D Burley #2 folded & stuffed in the bottom of an MM Country Gent, topped with a couple pinches of Carter Hall. Mmmm mmm! Smoking it right now.
     
  7. TheKiltedOne

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    I currently have a half a bowl of Irish whisky sitting in my falcon in the kitchen which I plan on smoking later with a glass of whisky
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Earlier was Escudo in a Stanwell dublin...now I'm smoking Sugar Barrel in a Malaga Oom Paul while watching the thunderstorm.
     
  9. BradNTX

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    Lots of people talk about Sugar Barrel. What's it like?
     
  10. soundlzrd

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    First pipe at the new house. Choose 3P in a Tinsky. I know the pipe is worthy of a celebration, however I am not sure the Toby is up for it. However, it is better than remember.
     
  11. BradNTX

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    Congratulations on the new house. ;)
     
  12. soundlzrd

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    Thanks! The only unexpected cost of the move was my wife seeing all my pipe and Toby in one place!
     
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  13. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Like 22$ a tub.



    Smoking Half 'n' Half in a Falcon, and totally hating it right now.
     
  14. BradNTX

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    Not how much is it; what does it taste like?
     
  15. CarlBC

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    Soon off to home, and a night of sampling some C&D tobaccos garnered at the Chicago show. Tonight will be a tasting of Guilford Courthouse, Virginia Gentleman and Night Train!

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    -- Carl
     
  16. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    You got me, I suck at descriptions...I guess a molasses/brown sugary(lightly) topped burley(VA) blend. I prefer it to other OTC's currently, even though I tend to notice it gets bitter towards the end in larger bowls.


    Decided to smoke again...this time, 1776 Tavern in a Kaywoodie apple. I usually don't think much of snorking an English, but this one is too good not to. Its like a blending of grilled fruit, allspice and soft leather. Good stuff.
     
  17. BradNTX

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    Hmmm... see post below (and above). Looks pretty descriptive to me!

    Thanks

     
  18. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    SG Black 'Rope' in a Falcon. This one tastes like licking a rusty gas grill rack with a hint of 9volt and fromunda cheese.

    Thanks Brad! You has empowered my vocabularial pronouncements! I does has opinions after all! ;)
     
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  19. SittinNMyChairSmokin

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    A bowl of Presbyterian, given to me by one member, in a sitter, given to me by another. So far so good...a very very nice change of pace.
     
  20. SmokeyJoe

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    Dunhill Nightcap in a Jobey poker, Bombay Sapphire, shaken, never stirred...
     
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