Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
What do you think of it, Beale? I've got that on my list of things to try.
I know what the letters in DGT stand for....but what is it?
Smoking part of a bowl, putting it down and letting it go out, then returning and finishing the bowl at some later time.
Ah okay, I sort of figured it might mean letting the tobacco dry out a bit while already packed. Learn something new every day! Thanks
LNF in a cob- good stuff. Glad I like it, as I got half a pound of it
Latakia in a churchwarden, glass of chianti, perfect friday wind down after work.
Sun is nearly out.
I like it. Very good tobacco with a nice flavor. I have smoked a fair share of it. Beale.
LTF in a CG.
Just finished an hour-and-a-half bowl of McClelland Tudor Castle. Wow, very different stuff. Smooth with an unusual sweetness, a bit like hot mulled cider, and a touch of spice. I've never had anything like it, and it was very nice.
Just finishing up a cob of Luxury Twist Flake. My first bowl of it. Jury is still out- the topping threw me for a loop. I think I liked it, but I'm not sure yet
Squadron Leader in my old bent meerschaum with , watching the rain outside.
Finishing up my DGT of
Dunhill Nightcap in a large Hakan meer ("Dunhill man") prior to that was a bowl of
5100 + 5105 (1:1) in a Briarart blasted squashed tomato
DLM in my Diplomat! I really like this blend.
McClelland Drama Reserve in a MM General. This tobacco and this pipe have been ignored for too many days.
Returning to a bowl of Bayou Morning Flake in the Omega. Started it earlier and found it too weak at that moment, so let it go and smoked a bowl of Frog Morton Across the Pond. I'm not sure why I expected the FMATP to be any stronger. Getting back to the BMF, now that I'm into the bowl a little ways I'm finding it more satisfying. This one is interesting... Going to take me a little while to figure out.
Filled my Bjarne freehand (with a freshly scrubbed out shank and stem) with rubbed out LBF around 6pm, now smoking it. Bottom half as even a mixture as could be made of all parts of one coin, top half a mixture of just the outer portion of a second coin, with the cavendish center of said coin rubbed out and stuck in the middle in between the two other layers. Still on the top half from the taste of things.
Thorough cleaning of shank and stem has really improved the function of the pipe, but I really should have dried out the tobacco before putting it in the pipe, even if it did then sit in the open air for a few hours.
I was looking at a tin of that in the store today. What do you think of it?
EMP in the "go-to"...
GLP Fillmore in an old Charatan Bulldog.
Knights Bridge in My Diplomat.