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Whistlebritches Offline
#51 Posted:
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grrrrr609 wrote:
I like the plum pudding but struggle keeping the pressed baccy lit. I know this is blasphemous but penzance disappointed me.

Va/burs is what I love. Try petersons university flake, MacBaren Plum Cake, peter stockeybyes bullseye flake, and my fav stonehaven.



First off don't feel like the LONE ranger.I will occasionally burn a bowl of Penzanze,I've not found it life altering as some would have you believe.Few blends with Latakia have won me over.

While we're on the subject of Va/Burs.........(27)Peterson's Perfect Plug(3P's) for breakfast with some Seattle's Best Dark Roast.Grrrrrrrr if you like vaburs I think you'll love this.very difficult to prep for the pipe but absolutely worth the effort.Thinking bout getting an paper cutter like every teacher used to have in the classroom back in the day.Been using a razor knife to whittle on it....I might try the coffee grinder with the next plug.This has become my all time favorite vabur hands down.

Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#52 Posted:
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28 Just switched over to Mac Baren HH Old Dark Fired.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM


Ron
ZRX1200 Offline
#53 Posted:
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29~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
30~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
Whistlebritches Offline
#54 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
29~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
30~ Davidoff Flake Medallion



Great baccy's right there.....Who in the world would've been such a saint to turn you onto it?


Ron
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#55 Posted:
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31~ Peter stokkebye Luxury bullseye flake in a Stanewell Nanna Ivarsson.

I dunno spicy kinda good but kinda harsh actually it's kicking my assBrick wall
Whistlebritches Offline
#56 Posted:
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TheSmokensip wrote:
31~ Peter stokkebye Luxury bullseye flake in a Stanewell Nanna Ivarsson.

I dunno spicy kinda good but kinda harsh actually it's kicking my assBrick wall



Never had any harshness at all from Bullseye Flake.One of my favorite bulk offerings.Have you tried PS Luxury Twist Flake???Excellent and actually better than BF IMHO.

Ron
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#57 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Never had any harshness at all from Bullseye Flake.One of my favorite bulk offerings.Have you tried PS Luxury Twist Flake???Excellent and actually better than BF IMHO.

Ron

Ahh yes I AGREE the PS LTF is excellent.ThumpUp
It's a 100% Virginia blend.

The PS Bullseye Flake has some Perique(i do love many Perique blends) and some cavendish in it, and is a verryy popular bulk. I do like it though just don't love it.

So many blends..that is what makes pipes so fun..Angel
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#58 Posted:
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32~ RM Scottish Cake
33~ Davidoff Flake Medallion

Sue me.
TheSmokensip Offline
#59 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
I found a tobacco review that Z made. Good job, Buddy!!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlWKv2WVx18


I found another. Great review Z on how to take care of my pipe. I did NOT regret it~!jester

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2Xfy7N77ZQ
edin508 Offline
#60 Posted:
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34 - Frog Morton, On the Town. In my Big Ben Presidential 108 Thanks Grrrrr!
TheSmokensip Offline
#61 Posted:
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35- Great Outdoors in a cob
Whistlebritches Offline
#62 Posted:
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36~Dunhill De Luxe Navy Rolls in my Pete B11.One of my favorite vapers.


Ron
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#63 Posted:
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37 - PS Lux Navy Flake in my 1/4 bent Neerup Freehand
ZRX1200 Offline
#64 Posted:
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38~ Samuel Gawith TKM Collection St James Flake
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#65 Posted:
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39 - Nording Hunter Blend "Labrador"
Bur Offline
#66 Posted:
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^he's low, I tell you. LOOOOWWW, but redeploying soon.
edin508 Offline
#67 Posted:
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40 - Dunhill Flake in a cob.
Bur Offline
#68 Posted:
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Sutliff CD Blend in a cob. Just had charring light burn out of first bowlful.
edin508 Offline
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42 - Dunhill Green mix in a cob. That was some good stuff, first time I tried it.
Whistlebritches Offline
#70 Posted:
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McClellands #5100 Red Cake in a Stanwell.


Ron
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#71 Posted:
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43^^

44- Peretti Cuban Mixture in a BrebbiaHerfing
45-Orlik Golden Slice in a HucksHerfing
Whistlebritches Offline
#72 Posted:
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TheSmokensip wrote:
43^^

44- Peretti Cuban Mixture in a BrebbiaHerfing
45-Orlik Golden Slice in a HucksHerfing



Peretti Cuban Mixture has been on my TAD list for sometime now.I guess I just need to breakdown and order a tin.

OGS is already a favorite.......few tobaccos satisfy as much as this.


Ron
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#73 Posted:
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are there any pipe tobacco sites that have monthly clubs? are any of them worthwhile for someone wanting to try some of the brands i am reading about here?
Whistlebritches Offline
#74 Posted:
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critter2 wrote:
are there any pipe tobacco sites that have monthly clubs? are any of them worthwhile for someone wanting to try some of the brands i am reading about here?



Not that I'm aware of.........but I've never really looked either.

My suggestion would be to try a few samples of each general variety.....Virginia's,Vapers,vaburs,burley's,oriental,lats so on and so forth.That'll at least give you an idea of where your taste lies.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#75 Posted:
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Started the morning with Mac Baren Symphony......just switched to Esoterica Dunbar.


Ron
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#76 Posted:
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48~ Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding in my generic apple.
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Peretti Cuban Mixture has been on my TAD list for sometime now.I guess I just need to breakdown and order a tin.

OGS is already a favorite.......few tobaccos satisfy as much as this.


Ron


IMO..It's a fantastic burley ..whole alot of stuff going on in the bowl. It took me some getting used to but it's one of those baccys that just seem to get better the more you try.
I don't think they sell it by the tin i always order 8.oz of it . In fact, ordering more tomorrow because i'm very lowram27bat .

If you want i would be more than happy to send you some to try when i get my fresh order.Angel

yes OSG is consistently brilliant.
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TheSmokensip wrote:
IMO..It's a fantastic burley ..whole alot of stuff going on in the bowl. It took me some getting used to but it's one of those baccys that just seem to get better the more you try.
I don't think they sell it by the tin i always order 8.oz of it . In fact, ordering more tomorrow because i'm very lowram27bat .

If you want i would be more than happy to send you some to try when i get my fresh order.Angel

yes OSG is consistently brilliant.



PMS
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#79 Posted:
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Hamborger Veermaster in a Kaywoodie Connoisseur "F" I'm breaking in.


Ron
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#80 Posted:
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49^^

50-Cuban Mixture in a Dr. GrabowHerfing
51-Sutliff South Seas in a cob. This stuff smells great but tastes like soap . Can't even finish it. blehram27bat
52- Froggy Cellar in PetersonHerfing
Bur Offline
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Any Sutliff blends you'd recommend? Tried my first bowlful of CD blend which was good but nothing distinctive, but I know even less about pipe baccy "tastes" than cigars.

I'm simple-I either like it or don't. "Leather"? "Earth"? "Cedar"? I'm smoking tobacco not those things....
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#82 Posted:
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53~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
Whistlebritches Offline
#83 Posted:
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54~Reiner Long Golden Flake
ZRX1200 Offline
#84 Posted:
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55~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
Bur Offline
#85 Posted:
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seeing a bit of a trend here....

Gonna try the Borkum Riff 22 tomorrow, first flavored/aromatic. May have to clean out one of the estate pipes I recently picked up-aromatics "ghost" pretty bad, right?
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56 - PS Lux Twist Flake in my Savinelli Hercules Bulldog. Good baccy and a good smoking pipe.
ZRX1200 Offline
#87 Posted:
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57~ PS Lux Navy Flake
hambone71 Offline
#88 Posted:
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58 - Frog Morton AtP. Nothing spectacular but some nice mild flavors.
Bur Offline
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59 - Borkum Riff LE 22 Fruit and Vanilla in an estate briar I got for $3 at a garage sale and cleaned up.
Couldn't taste the vanilla and barely fruit, but first bowlful.
edin508 Offline
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60 - Capstan Yellow, in the cob again.

Bur Offline
#91 Posted:
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61 - small bowlful of Prince Albert in the cob.
TheSmokensip Offline
#92 Posted:
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ALL you briar azzhats have some damn good taste in pipe tobacco! Beer
ZRX1200 Offline
#93 Posted:
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62~ PS Luxury Navy Flake on my way home. Today will be a LONG work day.
Whistlebritches Offline
#94 Posted:
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Mac Baren Golden Extra in a cob.


Ron
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#95 Posted:
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63^^

Earlier..
64-PS LX Bullsye flake in a Dirty Bear:)
Whistlebritches Offline
#96 Posted:
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TheSmokensip wrote:
63^^

Earlier..
64-PS LX Bullsye flake in a Dirty Bear:)



Damn I keep forgetting.

Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#97 Posted:
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65~Newminster Superior Round Slices in a cob.


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#98 Posted:
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66~Mac Baren Scottish Mixture......still with the same cob.


Ron
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#99 Posted:
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67~Samuel Gawith Full Virginia Flake........still the same cob.


Ron
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68- Finishing up some Smyrna#1 in a BrebbiaHerfing
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