Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Dunhill DLN in my wessex standard. The snork is phenomenal.
Smoking Escudo and drinking coffee in a desperate attempt to stave off late-afternoon weariness.
Peter Stokkebye Black Dansik in Gardesana sandblasted pipe, sweet ice tea on the side and Dreamtheater - Forsaken blasting!!!!!!
Mystery Latakia Blend #2, of course in my trusty rusti Ben Wade Canadian
SL in a cob. Camo dog is next.
Boswell northwoods in a boswell modified poker
Gurkha Vintage Shaggy Torpedo
Four Square Mild in a Falcon. Nice
sunset tonight as the storm clouds
P&W 524 in a Squatch dublin.
Four Square Mild in my gurgler (CAO meer).
#5100 in a "Made in Italy" Apple. Little Miss Higgins on winamp, cold brew on the side. Bliss
GH Best Brown Flake #2 in my La Rocca. Wonderful combination, and it's been a long while since I've smoked a "lakeland" blend. This is nice!
A little further down the bowl, and I must say...I smoked a small number of bowls of CAO's Eileen's Dream in this recently, and it's not the most satisfying tobacco but it left a VERY interesting ghost in the pipe thats actually working really well with the BBF#2. Despite the very strong flavorings in the tobacco I'm enjoying at present, the Eileen's Dream has left behind a creamy vanilla/cocoa flavor that's adding to, rather than detracting from, this flake. I can't say the lakeland ghost made for a pleasant smoke of Eileen's Dream at first, but the other way round works wonderfully!
I figured you for Pamprin
Wessex Burley Broadcut in an Orlik Bulldog . . . Coffee
Trying my first bowl of Ennerdale. It's... different. They say it's a love it or hate it blend, but so far I'm sort of opinionless. Maybe I'm in shock
University Flake, folded and stuffed in a Manx Meer, and more reading
MB NF folded and stuff into Peterson 80 2010 St. Pattys.
MC navy flake in my CG. MMM, honey...
Boswell Sweet Tea in my Yello Bolle Imperial, sweet ice tea on the side and Helloween - Helloween blasting!!!!!!!
Sweet tea and sweet tea is a great pairing. And it is so easy to remember!