Pipe of choice: my Don Warren Morta Poker Pipe with a straight shank and stem. This pipe was made to my specifications, as far as the size of the bowl and chamber dimensions. Great smoker and well crafted. 👌👍
That tobacco sounds like the wife's ointment. 😈
Works both on males and females...lol. It’s an excellent blend👌👍👍
Sold @ Iwan Ries....Three Star Blue:
Made with a healthy base of toasted burley and bright Virginia Flake. Black cavendish, perique and latakia are then added to round out the flavor. Topped with just a hint of vanilla flavoring, Old Colonial is an exceptionally light aromatic and sure to please a variety of smokers.
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“Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes.” – The Results and Merits of Tobacco, 1844, Doctor Barnstein
Just finished my morning ritual of Butternut Burly in a cob. Next up was MacBarren Symphony in a cob. Now on to yesterday's mix of Anni Kake and B.B. Alamo (a spicy aro) in a Cloister straight grain prince.
Beautiful pipe Peterd-Buffalo Spirit.
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Starting off my smoking day with the cinnamony 1960’s Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter with a black vulcanite stem. A bottle of Mountain Dew made with pure cane sugar is my drink. Watching Mad Dog Russo.
Now smoking MacBaren Three Nuns Yellow in a 2018 smooth straight flame grain Basil Meadows Merchant Service "Bing" replica with an aluminum band and black ebonite stem. The sun finally came out after lots of rain. I'm watching the Cards-Rockies game.
Now smoking the last of this tin of HU Old Fredder’s Broken Flake in a smooth straight early 1960s Lane era Charatan Executive Extra Large stretch apple with diagonal channel cuts on the lower right and left of the bowl along with a black vulcanite double comfort stem. This pipe was formerly owned by actor William Conrad. Phone chatting with an old reprobate.
Sitting on the deck sipping some black coffee and smoking Davidoff Flake Medallions in my restored no-name bent egg. I should be mowing the lawn, but WTH, I am enjoying the overcast afternoon. The dog is swimming. He's enjoying it too.
After a wait of almost 2 years I'm launching a Root Briar 5117! (yes, it took that long to get it here!) with some oldish McClelland 2010 with some hot black coffee, just inside the shed to shield the new bowl from the nice breeze here, listening to Tedeschi-Trucks Band (somewhat softly in the background! I plan on this bowl taking two hours to smoke -very slow and easy.
Congratulations! If that number means what I think it does, that would be a group 7 bowl size? I can get an hour out of my group 3. Break it in easy. Good luck and great smoking.
OH, NO - NOT A GP 7 - a Gp 5 (the first number is gp size); the second number is for stem style (1 is tapered, and you guessed it, 2 is for saddle!); the next two numbers (for modern Dunhills) are for the shape number - the 17 being the straight Rhodesian (straight squat bulldog in the US). My gosh, I don't think I've ever seen a Gp 7! That would be a Magnum, imo.