Samuel Gawith Cob Plug

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  1. WVDAVE

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    I've been wanting to try some plugs and was wondering how Cob Plug is? Would this be a good one to start with? Is it readily available?
     


  2. dbwittkopf

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    I have some i could send with the other package
     
  3. WVDAVE

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    Cool, Thanks dbwittkopf. Proof once again that pipe smokers are some of the best and most giving people around.
     
  4. Old Ted

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    1792 - before slicing....and good stuff!:th1:
     
  5. Lestrade

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    Kendal Plug, Grousemoor Plug and Revor plug are great as well. :thu2:
     
  6. user1975

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    Have had Revor, and G&H Dark Plug, but have not been able to try Cob Plug yet.
     
  7. Old Ted

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    think - 1792 in a block......I prefer it that way ( it works out a bit cheaper for me than a tin of flakes too! ) but IMO it has very slightly less of the Tonquin flav.
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    Well then, I know I'd like it because I have smoked 1792, and really enjoy it!
     
  9. Puff The Magic

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    ^ + One Meelyun! Zactly! Less sauce for sure! I like both, 1792 is ez, cob plug ya get to play with your leaf (foreplay) before you burn it up! :)

    Ed
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    :xd:
     
  11. MacNutz

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    I love 1792. It transported me to far away long ago places the first time I tasted it. Beautiful stuff. I've been told that it is only available in Europe in this format. Where cob does not refer to the corn cob. :)
     
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  12. Old Ted

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    :byg:......luv to no wot skool this guy went to!
     
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    Ifin we kin read it, den it mossly dosent matter. :)
     
  14. Puff The Magic

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    Wow, knokkin' my englush! Guess i'll just go smoke some more 1792....that'll either make me start talking normal, or start babbling, or just become silent and cross-eyed! (Pick one! :))

    Ed
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