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Today's Smoke - Pipe Version No. 3
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Posted 5/7/2017 8:30 PM (#705648 - in reply to #423961)
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Posted 6/22/2017 9:15 PM (#713421 - in reply to #423961)
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Posted 6/23/2017 7:23 PM (#713460 - in reply to #423961)
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LEO from Kent and Lane 1Q from Hank. Both great smokes. Thanks guys. I think I'm gonna like this pipe thing, lol.
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Posted 6/30/2017 2:03 PM (#713801 - in reply to #423961)
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Butternut Burley from Kent. I'm diggin this stuff right now. I think I might be an aromatic guy. Never thought that would be the case, but its weird.... THIS and the Lane 1Q are closer to cigar taste than the others I have smoked. Guess the creaminess instead of the smokiness? I like the others also, but this stuff is pretty awesome!
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Posted 6/30/2017 2:15 PM (#713802 - in reply to #713801)
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Cap10_Morgan - 6/30/2017 2:03 PM

Butternut Burley from Kent. I'm diggin this stuff right now. I think I might be an aromatic guy. Never thought that would be the case, but its weird.... THIS and the Lane 1Q are closer to cigar taste than the others I have smoked. Guess the creaminess instead of the smokiness? I like the others also, but this stuff is pretty awesome!


Butternut Burley is definitely in my top 5. Great stuff
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Posted 6/30/2017 3:10 PM (#713806 - in reply to #423961)
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Crap, now the Coyote Classic goes and ruins what I was thinking. Although it might be because I'm smoking it in same pipe shortly after the Butternut Burley. But I'm getting more of a maple sweetness out of this one and loving it too! Can't make up my mind, Kent!
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Posted 7/11/2017 6:22 PM (#714351 - in reply to #423961)
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Posted 7/13/2017 8:32 PM (#714508 - in reply to #423961)
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Good evening fellow tobacco enthusiasts! Hermit tobaccos Captain Earle's Reflections In a straight bamboo shank Cherepanov Gnom pipe.
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Posted 7/13/2017 10:12 PM (#714513 - in reply to #423961)
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Posted 7/14/2017 3:26 AM (#714521 - in reply to #423961)
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Enjoyed a bowl of McClelland 5100 Red Cake in my CAO Egg & Claw Meerschaum pipe.
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Posted 7/14/2017 11:03 AM (#714541 - in reply to #423961)
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Finally tried the last sample from Kent. On vacation and it's raining off and on, so I snuck outside and smoked whatever "walnut" was you sent me. Was the coolest and easiest burning bowl I've had yet! Never got the least bit hot, but also never had to relight (which I guess would help keep it cool now that I think about it). So to sum it up... I liked everything you sent me, Kent. Thanks!
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Posted 7/14/2017 11:38 AM (#714544 - in reply to #714541)
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Cap10_Morgan - 7/14/2017 11:03 AM

Finally tried the last sample from Kent. On vacation and it's raining off and on, so I snuck outside and smoked whatever "walnut" was you sent me. Was the coolest and easiest burning bowl I've had yet! Never got the least bit hot, but also never had to relight (which I guess would help keep it cool now that I think about it). So to sum it up... I liked everything you sent me, Kent. Thanks!


Excellent brother.
Walnut is a great lighter english , sold in 12 or 14 oz cans similar to Prince Albert and Carter Hall. But I find it hard to find anymore.
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Posted 8/3/2017 9:47 PM (#716854 - in reply to #423961)
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smoked half a jar of McC #2015 the past few. a few years has either mellowed it or maybe i've a more fireproof mouth? very good.
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Posted 9/11/2017 10:55 PM (#722003 - in reply to #423961)
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so during the hurricane at the plant at the first lull I got I made it a point to test out my new purchase. Smoked a bowl of carter hall out of a Missouri meerschaum legend and i must admit I liked it very much...maybe too much
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Posted 9/12/2017 10:52 AM (#722014 - in reply to #722003)
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danb6177 - 9/11/2017 11:55 PM so during the hurricane at the plant at the first lull I got I made it a point to test out my new purchase. Smoked a bowl of carter hall out of a Missouri meerschaum legend and i must admit I liked it very much...maybe too much

i've read that it is one of the few "drugstore" blends that's any good. i may need to pick some up. 

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Posted 9/20/2017 9:58 PM (#724467 - in reply to #722014)
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toby2 - 9/12/2017 11:52 AM

danb6177 - 9/11/2017 11:55 PM so during the hurricane at the plant at the first lull I got I made it a point to test out my new purchase. Smoked a bowl of carter hall out of a Missouri meerschaum legend and i must admit I liked it very much...maybe too much

i've read that it is one of the few "drugstore" blends that's any good. i may need to pick some up. 



Do it man you wont be disappointed. Its an easy smoke that doesn't require any attention.

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Posted 9/20/2017 10:00 PM (#724468 - in reply to #423961)
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So been without internet so Ill catch up.

Already spoke of the carter hall. After that had some frog morton on the town in a MM country gentleman.

Just now smoked some haunted bookshop in a DR Grabow full bent rustic. man loved this tobacco! Gonna be hanging in the pipe forum for awhile me thinks
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Posted 9/21/2017 11:01 PM (#724519 - in reply to #423961)
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Lane 1-q. My first aromatic curtosy of captmorgan. Great stuff!
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Posted 9/21/2017 11:04 PM (#724520 - in reply to #423961)
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glp navigator. just popped a year old half pound can. should have let it set. jarred it up and it's going into the back of the jar locker to be rediscovered one day.
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Posted 9/24/2017 8:50 PM (#724604 - in reply to #423961)
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Haunted bookshop yesterday and then frog morton on the town. Two bowls of that , really nice tobacco.

Today I just got home from friends and had a bowl of Dunhill early morning which was pretty good. Looking at what Ill have next tonight
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Posted 9/24/2017 8:59 PM (#724606 - in reply to #724520)
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glp navigator. just popped a year old half pound can. should have let it set. jarred it up and it's going into the back of the jar locker to be rediscovered one day.


Thats a straight Virginia?
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Posted 9/24/2017 9:58 PM (#724607 - in reply to #724606)
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toby2 - 9/22/2017 12:04 AM glp navigator. just popped a year old half pound can. should have let it set. jarred it up and it's going into the back of the jar locker to be rediscovered one day.
Thats a straight Virginia?

 “Navigator, the sixth blend to join the Old London Series, has been created specifically for the fancier of fuller-bodied, but still well-balanced and sophisticated flakes. The addition of a bit of dark-fired leaf brings depth and complexity to the party, a touch of rum makes the red and bright flue-cured tobaccos dance, enhancing their natural fruitiness and polishing the edges. The pressing and aging in cakes brings it all together into seamless harmony.”

 cut and paste took the font. i think it has a little burley and kentucky dark fired. 

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Posted 9/24/2017 10:18 PM (#724609 - in reply to #724604)
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danb6177 - 9/24/2017 9:50 PM Haunted bookshop yesterday and then frog morton on the town. Two bowls of that , really nice tobacco. Today I just got home from friends and had a bowl of Dunhill early morning which was pretty good. Looking at what Ill have next tonight

 i like Frog Morton Cellar. i buy it and put it up. it’s like desert after a meal. 

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Posted 9/24/2017 11:56 PM (#724610 - in reply to #724609)
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toby2 - 9/24/2017 11:18 PM

danb6177 - 9/24/2017 9:50 PM Haunted bookshop yesterday and then frog morton on the town. Two bowls of that , really nice tobacco. Today I just got home from friends and had a bowl of Dunhill early morning which was pretty good. Looking at what Ill have next tonight

 i like Frog Morton Cellar. i buy it and put it up. it’s like desert after a meal. 



yeah man! cellar is my next purchase. Cant wait to try it.
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Posted 9/25/2017 10:23 AM (#724615 - in reply to #724610)
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toby2 - 9/24/2017 11:18 PM

danb6177 - 9/24/2017 9:50 PM Haunted bookshop yesterday and then frog morton on the town. Two bowls of that , really nice tobacco. Today I just got home from friends and had a bowl of Dunhill early morning which was pretty good. Looking at what Ill have next tonight

 i like Frog Morton Cellar. i buy it and put it up. it’s like desert after a meal. 

yeah man! cellar is my next purchase. Cant wait to try it.

if you like it you may also like G. L. Pease Barbary Coast. FYI many blends may be/are going away due to the FDA (unless something changes) if it was made after 2007. so if you find something you can't live w/o i suggest you stock up.

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