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Ozark Mountain Pipes

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Pschoppy48, Sep 6, 2010.

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  1. Pschoppy48

    Pschoppy48 Member

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    I just order two cobs off the MM site and noticed they have Maple and Cherry wood pipes. I never smoked a pipe made from a different wood than briar. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with these type of pipes. Do they smoke hot? Does the tobacco taste different? Any opinions? Phil.
     


  2. Rider

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    ive heard they smoke good but i have no personal experience with them. i know people here have though


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  3. StevenEC

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    They taste like maple wood the first 5-10 times, the taste may last longer, but I might not have noticed since I was smoking Captain Black out of it and the strong flavor may help cover it. It is built pretty much like a cob,the hardwood bowl being the only difference. I think both models are maple, the Cherrywood is just the finish. I haven't used mine much after that, just wanted to break it in and try it out a little. Also they seem to smoke about as hot as the MM Washington and Legend I have.
     
  4. chambers11283

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    I have 2 of the maple wood MM's and yes they do smoke pretty damn good. They have the same affect the cobs have on bringing out the flavor of the tobacco more than a briar. And as long as you are not smoking the thing like a madman and taking it slow they do not get that hot.
     
  5. Pschoppy48

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    That sounds good. When my next PAD order comes around, I may pick up a few of them.
     
  6. Strongirish

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    To offer another opinion, there really is a reason why briar is the wood of choice. I find almost any wood other than briar to smoke hot, hot, hot. I could not wait to get rid of the ones I tried.
     
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