Don't forget to try the D&R S.J. Rimboche, which is VIP without the toppings. You'll be glad you did,man.
I definitely will, Jim!
I must say that the toppings that are applied so expertly to this VIP blend actually liven-up the natural tobacco flavors, while ever-so-discreetly ushering that wonderful sugar & spice over the finish line with the rest of the team - WINNER!
Post by Lady Margaret on Dec 26, 2016 11:08:05 GMT -5
finally getting to smoke We Three Kings in my new MM Diplomat with freehand stem from Aristocob.
She came in with a smile and a pipe. A study of contradictions, she seemed to understand more than most. Eyes shining with humor and a comforting, easy to talk to demeanor. She was a goddess in mortal skin. She raised a glass and said, "Confusion to the memory of Newton."
G'day, a few whiffs of a Montecristo, a fine Havana cigar for starters & a bowl of Citrus sweet aromatic , notes of Mediterranean Orange groves & flowery summer gardens, in this cold midwinter, Great Dixter in my MM Freehand corncob, bye.
Record 72F expected this afternoon so I'm outside today. Smoking Rattray's Hal O' the Wind in a natural Basil Meadows Rhodesian with a wooden inlay in the stem, drinking ice tea with lemon, recharging my spare auto battery, sweeping out the work barn while listening to ESPN radio.
A couple minutes away from smoking Dunbar in a post WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Dublin straight smooth X155 Bulldog with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem. A bottle of Sprite is my drink. Getting set to watch another 1930s Perry Mason movie.
G'eve, after the holiday movie, The Last King, 2016 (to my taste 10 out of 10), I had a few whiffs of a fine little Havana cigar , a basic but fine Montecristo, now I am retreating to a scrumptious comfort smoke my Holiday Season 2016 in Pete's Xmas pipe 2011, I am beat & will hit the proverbial Sack...bye.
Little cooler this morning, 39F and fair outside. Enjoying Solani Aged Burley Flake in a Charatan's Make Special Canadian, drinking Trader Joe's coffee and contemplating end of the year market moves this week before sunrise.
Just finished smoking Jim’s A Blend in a 1980 three quarter bend long stem Ascorti New Dear KS egg with a black acrylic stem. A can of the incredibly delicious Hansen's Mandarin Lime Soda made with pure cane sugar is my drink.
Now smoking Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a 2002 smooth top, black sandblasted quarter bend Karl Erik Ekstravagant horn with a horn insert in the ferrule and black acrylic stem. Been very busy today doing various things, and am straightening up the den for more company. Haven't seen my old college room mate in a few years, so we'll have fun.