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What'cha BRIAR and COB azzhats smoking 100,000?
critter2 Offline
#501 Posted:
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331-scottish cake in my new cob egg. sweet
RodneyB Offline
#502 Posted:
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332. Devil's holiday in a 320
ringsize Offline
#503 Posted:
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333~ de luxe navy roll love this in the evening
edin508 Offline
#504 Posted:
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334 - Bells, Three Nuns in Big Ben 108.
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#505 Posted:
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335 Troutstream in a Rhodesian I made for myself.
critter2 Offline
#506 Posted:
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336-h&h rolandos. this is an excellent vaper. didn't care for the mc connels scottish flake and will jar it up and place it at the bottom of the pile to re-visit later.
ringsize Offline
#507 Posted:
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337~rattrays red in the cob
gae9jang2j Offline
#508 Posted:
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338 - GL Pease Navigator in a cob
Bur Offline
#509 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
338 - GL Pease Navigator in a cob


Sheesh, we even have Korean redneck hicks smokin' cobs? Well you are stationed in Tenn-tucky!

Sarcasm

on the briar front got the garage sale estate pipes looked at by the pipe expert at my local shpo. They're all fairly run of the mill basket pipes, so if my efforts to restore them fail/destroy, I'm only out the $3 per I spent and my effort. Best one is a Chacom fwiw.
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#510 Posted:
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339~ PS Bullseye in my BILLIARD BRIAR!!
critter2 Offline
#511 Posted:
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340-h&h strikeforce. this is a latakia blend and may be one i can stand. got 2 oz to work through, but tasting pretty nice actually
ZRX1200 Offline
#512 Posted:
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Which others you tried?

Not my preference though I like them occasionally at night.
critter2 Offline
#513 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Which others you tried?

Not my preference though I like them occasionally at night.


took a nap after my last post fog . only a couple since restarting on pipes, midnight ride, dunhill english, and red rapparree
ZRX1200 Offline
#514 Posted:
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341~ PS Bullseye

Seattle Plum Pudding is a favorite.
critter2 Offline
#515 Posted:
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342-l j heart burley-meh

will look up the seattle plum.
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#516 Posted:
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you liked seattle plum you like Mississippi river which they say will be back in stock next week.
Whistlebritches Offline
#517 Posted:
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critter2 wrote:
342-l j heart burley-meh

will look up the seattle plum.



Really??? I've been intending to buy some L J Heart Burley and Virginia.Just bland or not suited to your palette?


Ron
gae9jang2j Offline
#518 Posted:
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343 Big Star Cigar Delta Mojo in a mini cob

Dunno if it's better baccy or better packing but getting less tongue bite and better burn throughout. plus smoking a bit slower now too. Also just placed an order for a whole bunch from the lil sister site.

Anybody try the Lane Brand?
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#519 Posted:
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344 newminster sup round slices, burned really hot for me

Anybody like newminsters navy flake or ultimate eng? They're on sell now I think at that pipes place plus it's customer sppreciation day
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#520 Posted:
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bought some of the navy flake today lol
critter2 Offline
#521 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Really??? I've been intending to buy some L J Heart Burley and Virginia.Just bland or not suited to your palette?


Ron


rather bland. virginias don't add much sweetness to the blend. pm your addy and i will get a couple bowls worth out to you to try. on the other hand,

345-rolando's blend.
gae9jang2j Offline
#522 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
Sheesh, we even have Korean redneck hicks smokin' cobs? Well you are stationed in Tenn-tucky!

Sarcasm

on the briar front got the garage sale estate pipes looked at by the pipe expert at my local shpo. They're all fairly run of the mill basket pipes, so if my efforts to restore them fail/destroy, I'm only out the $3 per I spent and my effort. Best one is a Chacom fwiw.


i'm korean, koreans like tobacco and alcohol

can you custom some cobs for me too?

346 big star cigar sweet baby burley in a cob
347 more GL Pease Navigator in a cob

read something about prepping cobs a few hours ahead for smoking. gonna load some up tonight for tomorrow morning. i think my last bowl, i only had to relight about 3 times. whoot!
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#523 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
343 Big Star Cigar Delta Mojo in a mini cob

Dunno if it's better baccy or better packing but getting less tongue bite and better burn throughout. plus smoking a bit slower now too. Also just placed an order for a whole bunch from the lil sister site.

Anybody try the Lane Brand?

Not impressed with lanes stuff for a addy I will send what I have if ya want a go at 'em
ringsize Offline
#524 Posted:
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348~ more de luxe navy rolls cause it evening don't ya know
Bur Offline
#525 Posted:
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GAE, you got some "estate cobs"? I've heard rumor of long lasting cobs but thought that was like unicorns, Flor del Todos in yellow cellophane, California gas for less than $4 a gallon....

Let me get/make a retort and experiment on these first. If I don't blow myself up (not that I didn't try a few times courtesy of the Navy's explosives....) or catch one of the pipes on fire I might try restoring other folks' pipes, but not yet.
gae9jang2j Offline
#526 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
GAE, you got some "estate cobs"? I've heard rumor of long lasting cobs but thought that was like unicorns, Flor del Todos in yellow cellophane, California gas for less than $4 a gallon....

Let me get/make a retort and experiment on these first. If I don't blow myself up (not that I didn't try a few times courtesy of the Navy's explosives....) or catch one of the pipes on fire I might try restoring other folks' pipes, but not yet.

i'veactually read that most MMs with proper care and maintenance will last a VERY long time. some dude that runs a blog/forum said he had one for 30+ years.

was really wanting to see if anybody can modify cobs. ie: hardwood plug

PMS ringsize
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#527 Posted:
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349 NM superior navy flake in a mini hardwood cob. needed somethin before hittin the sack
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#528 Posted:
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350 ^ some more this morning, in a full sized cob tho
critter2 Offline
#529 Posted:
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351-formers straight grain flake-deelicious. gonna look for bulk, but the tin prices aren't too bad at all
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#530 Posted:
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352-rolando's blend
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#531 Posted:
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353-mc clelland's beacon extra in a brand new cob

raining since late morning
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#532 Posted:
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RodneyB wrote:
you liked seattle plum you like Mississippi river which they say will be back in stock next week.

I have been waiting FOREVER for Mississippi river to get back in stock. Hope it's as good as it was.
gae9jang2j Offline
#533 Posted:
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so i'm assuming someone will post when they have it in stock? i'm very curious to try some myself. along with the plum pudding.
gae9jang2j Offline
#534 Posted:
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354 trout stream in a hardwood cob
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#535 Posted:
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TheSmokensip wrote:
I have been waiting FOREVER for Mississippi river to get back in stock. Hope it's as good as it was.

He said bulk will be first then the tins but it is cheaper to buy it in bulk anyway.
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#536 Posted:
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Any eta on the mud!
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#537 Posted:
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355 - tobacco galleria midnight smoke in a cob... this is gonna take some practice... lots of relights...
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#538 Posted:
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
355 - tobacco galleria midnight smoke in a cob... this is gonna take some practice... lots of relights...

Lots of, haha. I am getting pretty good now, once you get the feel for the pack down you will be ok. I still use the tamper to re-pack it once in a while, especially right after the first couple puffs, it always loosens up for me right after I light it.
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#539 Posted:
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356 PS Bullseye
critter2 Offline
#540 Posted:
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357-mc clelland vaper 2015. very nice, sweet, no bite and an excellent burn

358-beacon extra in the egg. i may have found a new rival to red cake
critter2 Offline
#541 Posted:
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
355 - tobacco galleria midnight smoke in a cob... this is gonna take some practice... lots of relights...


that's why god made tampers and lighters. pure cavendish tobac. get your tongue and technique down. i got some virginias and vapers should be out tomorrow
ringsize Offline
#542 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
i'veactually read that most MMs with proper care and maintenance will last a VERY long time. some dude that runs a blog/forum said he had one for 30+ years.

was really wanting to see if anybody can modify cobs. ie: hardwood plug

PMS ringsize

Headed your way 4 bags of baccy 9114901075742625946330 hope there is something there you will like brother...
No return fire necessary.
gae9jang2j Offline
#543 Posted:
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ringsize wrote:
Headed your way 4 bags of baccy 9114901075742625946330 hope there is something there you will like brother...
return fire absolutely necessary.



Thanks Jon! will do on the return fire
whtwtrman79 Offline
#544 Posted:
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359 esoterica Dunbar Ty Ron really good no bite pleasant sweetness
360 emp
critter2 Offline
#545 Posted:
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361-formers flake
critter2 Offline
#546 Posted:
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362-hal o the wynd

that formers flake is excellent
gae9jang2j Offline
#547 Posted:
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363 davidoff red mixture in a cob
364 newminster creamy peaches in a cob, this one is a lot better for an aro than the CAO i have is.

Thanks again rodney. i'm really enjoying everything you sent me so far

anybody order the ten pipe grab bag before. from one of those other "corn cob pipe" places? thoughts?
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#548 Posted:
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No problem man you have not even got to the best aros to me any way try the Devils holiday and the cherry bean both to me are the best aros.
critter2 Offline
#549 Posted:
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i read, on another forum, about peeps getting the seconds batch if that is what you mean. no one had issues with the quality, but the variety was varied on all responses as to what was in the mix. most responders bought multiple times so it must be good. ron hasn't been around lately, but wait and see what he says
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#550 Posted:
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yea, the reviews on the website that sells the grab bag 2nds samplers are all good. and the price can't be beat, especially since im still a n00d and not very picky.

where's Ron? whistle~~ whistle~~
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