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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

What's in your pipe?



  • J_SJ_S Member
    SG Full VA Flake.
  • Amphora in Chacom gentleman 1096
  • Carter Hall in a MM Cob
  • G&H Dark Plug in a Dawnmist Clay
  • J_SJ_S Member
    G&H Dark Bird's Eye.
  • MouseMouse Member
    Brindle Flake in a Sav Onda billiard
  • Kendal Twist Sweet Apple in a Grabow pot
  • Five Brothers in a Cob
  • Five Brothers thanks @Mouse
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Prince Albert in a Cob
  • McClelland 2020 Matured Cake in a Grabow
  • DGT HH Bold Kentucky with my morning coffee
  • SG FVF
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Last night [pre drunken debauchery] it was Dunhill Aperitif in a French Grafton pot - Sans pipe thus far today as I have a hangover only marginally less bad than the more well known one involving Mike Tyson and a tiger @-)
  • J_SJ_S Member
    Ennerdale Flake.
  • Have been after a new calabash number for a good while now as I don't really like smoking aromatics and straights in my antique Albert Barker 1906 as it has sealed meerschaum insert so can't really be 'deep cleaned' yesterday daytime I came across the right one - Just don't tell my missus!
  • J_SJ_S Member
    @MisterPaul, very nice!
  • MisterPaulMisterPaul Member
    edited May 2015 PM
    @J_S - Cheers dude; I prefer them straight with the stem in line with the top of the bowl rather than dropped. I'm not a fan of the butted stem (with a step) either, so it hasn't been that easy to find what I'm looking for, I reckon this one will fit the bill lovely though. I like that with a calabash you can tame even the most fierce of tobacco blends, and get the subtleties of the flavours to come through - Well pleased :-)
  • 7 seas regular
  • Sam's Flake in a Tom Spanu
  • J_SJ_S Member
    SG's Best Brown Flake.
  • MouseMouse Member
    Five Brothers in a Talbert billiard
  • 1792 Flake in a Pete 80 s
  • MouseMouse Member
    Royal Yacht
  • J_SJ_S Member
    G&H Kendal KY.
  • McClelland St James Woods
  • Dunhill Elizabethan Mixture in a Radice Rind Oom-Paul
  • An English I made blending Escudo, GLP Sixpence and some turkish and latakia. Quite nice!
  • 1792 pain to keep lit.
  • @linguist - I find with 1792 its better well rubbed and dried for a few hours. I tend to cube and dry cob too, it smokes much better.
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