Post by penzaholic on May 31, 2019 23:38:05 GMT -5
Tinderbox- Philosopher mixed 50/50 with latakia
I'm not talking about the kind of speakers you just listen to, I'm talking about the kind of sound you can feel. When it comes to great stereo, you can't beat big speakers, I'm talking about big speakers with big woofers.
About a third of a bowl left of Douwe Egberts House Blend Aromatic in a 1975 medium bend sandblasted looking, smooth on the sides yellow Pioneer meer with a black ferrule and vulcanite stem in the military mount style.
Just finished work, and am not far from finishing this bowl of Jim's Va/Bur in a 2015 Basil Meadows Bing Crosby Merchant Service replica with a smooth straight thin shank, aluminum band and black ebonite stem.
Now smoking Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a very much appreciated 1979 brown, slight bend grain etched flat front Stanwell Rego 969-48 (09) with a black vulcanite stem. Molly wants some play time, and she'll get it when I finish posting my smoke. I'm sure she's amused about being in second place.
Did some snacking and am a quarter of the way through this bowl of old Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter with a black vulcanite saddle stem. Watching C-Span 3, which is The American History Channel on weekends.
AJN #3... an excellent blend personally made by a member of the Patch and was generously gifted to me. Must have used a superb Burley with a light sweet Latakia. It has a Rich Dark Chocolate note with a nuttiness in the background. Absolutely NO bite if pushed. Can be an all day smoke!!
Pipe of choice: Aldo Velani smooth Pot with an Octagonal shank and a slightly bent wide stem. This briar has a stunning grain and is absolutely flawless.👍👍
“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
Now smoking 2013 Dunhill Flake in a Thomas Cristiano Canadian with an acrylic stem and band. This aged so well. The tin note is sweet citrus. It then carries over to the taste. I’m drinking a Diet Coke on the rocks and reading a biography on George H.W. Bush.