Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
UF in a straight cob.
Now smoking Cob Plug through this coloring bowl and meer. Not liking this blend much thisaway. Drinking some fru fru coffee on the side.
Just finished up a bowl of SG's Best Brown Flake.
It's.... coconut-y. Not over the top, not like candy or anything. But there's definitely a persistent background flavor there. It's not always obviously a coconut flavor, but it's always there. And TR is wrong, this stuff is not black cavendish, this stuff is twist. It's got a pretty decent nicotine payload. After only one smoke, I think I like it. PM me if you want me to send you a couple bowls to try.
PS LNF in a Medico pot. Coffee on the side.
FVF in a rusticated bent Dublin.
Good afternoon! Now enjoying little Grousemoor in my MM Gent. Andy's right. This does better in a cob than a briar, though I'm still figuring it out [relights pipe]. Maybe a little more drying time would help.
Just taken my pocket knife to a year old hunk of cob plug....delicious - in my bent Baki meer!
PH Dark Strong in a Pete Bulldog
Erinmore Flake in a straight cob, nearly broken in now.
Old Port Mild? (whatever it kicks my a$$) in a Brigham 1 dot. My Uncle Bill used to smoke it in a brigham, so I hunted some down and am carrying on the tradition.
Black Mallory in my MMCG.
OGS in a billiard
McClelland's Celebrated Sovereign in the workhorse, lattice billiard meer. Spiced chai tea. Beautiful, sunny fall day.
Celebrated Sovereign is...meh. Maybe aging will improve it.
FVF in a Pete Acorn Kinsale
G&H Balkan Mixture in a Winslow.
Germain's Medium Flake in a Falcon
How ya likin that !!!! Rocks , dosent it
I should be havin what TK is havin ... but I've been on this Tobacco Galleria Classic Vanilla kick today and havent been able to stop yet . Another bowl in the Stanwell featherweight !
Frog Morton in my MGM Shell Rock with Laphroiag Quarter Cask strength scotch on the side. Nice pair.
Think I will line up some Pirate Kake and Laphroiag full Cask strength scotch next.
GLP JackKnife Ready Rubbed in a Savinelli Antique Shell 320.