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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

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  • love 1792 @perique. i have but 9 oz left of that stuff.
  • GH Balkan Mixture in a Parker bulldog
  • McClelland #2010  Classic Virginia in a MM General Cob.
  • CB dark in a Dr G  grand duke
    like an mm cob, i think everyone should own a grand duke. its always been my daily smoker
  • chrischris Member
    SG Grousemoor in a Millville Prince
  • Been smoking my pipes a lot lately. Last bowl was Smoker's Pride Black Cavendish, which is shockingly delicious for such a cheap tobacco ($20 locally in Kentucky for 12 ounces, if anyone was wondering)
  • Currently have a bowl of Stokkebye Proper English burning in a straight Grabow pot. Lovely with some classic Russian literature.
  • RogueRogue Member, Administrator
    Peterson wild atlantic

  • I have been in the process of breaking in a new Falcon and Cayuga pipe, so I've been smoking a lot of OTC straight burleys lately. I am actually starting to love Prince Albert, which just a few months ago I disliked intensely compared to its kissing cousin Carter Hall.

    Gotta say, I can't complain about the codger burleys being my break in blends of choice. I LOVE burley.
  • Sail aromatic.

    Also have some Tabac Manil pure semois in the pipe.  Wow - that is a curious weed.
  • chrischris Member
    Revor plug in a Hardcastle bulldog
  • Half and Half has been the baccy of choice for the last few days, and I'm thinking Lane's Burley Light Without Bite next, but may go for a nice straight sweetened black cavendish instead.
  • Extra carbon monoxide from taking my gas guzzling truck over the mountain pass...
  • DxxDxx Member

    St Bruno RR.  It's years since I smoked it and MacBaren have changed it beyond recognition. I think the quality of the tobacco has improved but, for me, the jury's still out on the flavour. I'll have to give the flake a go.

  • Currently some Match 965 in a Savinelli 315KS.
  • edited June 2018 PM
    Irish Black Twist capped with a small amount of Carter Hall in a Custombilt Oom Paul, G'Day

    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • PA in a Dr. Grabow Big Pipe, G'Day

    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • Black Irish Twist in a Grabow 81 Author Westbrook, G'Day
    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • SWR in a Morgan cob earlier today. I smoke alot of SWR actually.
  • Peter Stokkebye Turkish Export in a Falcon.

    Mmmm. Tasty.
  • Stokkebye blends are fantastic! I smoke RYO cigs as well as a pipe and PS is about the only "hybrid" tobacco I can find. The Turkish being number 1 in my book, followed closely by danish, Norwegian, and Amsterdam blends. I uses to buy all 4 by the pound, but have slacked off recently.
  • Brown Irish Twist in a Custombilt Oom Paul, G'Day

    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • XXX Twist in a TB church Warden, G'Day

    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • G&H best brown flake

  • Lately, I've been smoking a lot of Burley from Uhle's ... highly recommended! 

    The two that I really love are Perfection Plug Burley and Blend 00.

  • GLP Cumberland in a Sav. Qandale
  • Herbs

  • Sam Gawith Brown Sugar Flake

  • Charatan rolls - similar to Dunhill navy rolls.
  • Just got a new order of pipe tobacco a few days ago. Today I am trying MacBaren Latakia flake. Which smells amazing. Gonna eat lunch and then take a walk. Last night I tried Ashton Rainy day (well in the afternoon) and it was nice and a little strange. If you like interesting aromatics it's worth a shot. Though it really was a mix of tropical and autumnal almost like they really did make a fantasies about being in the tropics on a rainy fall day into a pipe tobacco. Last night I tried the Semois which is a Belgium heirloom tobacco and god damn ain't nothing like it. First off the room note is often called offensive and well it smells a lot like a cigarette with a little cigar and ashtray. It's dry you can probably light it with just a flint. You can tell it's a variant of burley right away. In fact the closest thing I have smelled to this one would be five brothers. It's definitely not five brothers it's the sixth brother that they don't talk about much. Some how it's cruder, rougher, and more sophisticated than the other five brothers. The weirdest thing about it is the subtle floral notes. They don't seem like they belong there yet they work really well. If you like Five Brothers or other heavy burly smokes, then give it a try because frankly I love it even if I can't for the life of me explain or figure out why.
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