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What'cha BRIAR and COB azzhats smoking 100,000?
marc palanzo Offline
#2901 Posted:
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29896 - Viprati in a cob. Again.
marc palanzo Offline
#2902 Posted:
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29896 - Anniversary Kake
chazbo Offline
#2903 Posted:
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29897 DE meat pie
marc palanzo Offline
#2904 Posted:
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chazbo wrote:
29897 DE meat pie


29898 - Semois

Try 2/3 Meat Pie mixed with 1/3 Samuel Gawith 1792 Flake.
Bur Offline
#2905 Posted:
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chazbo wrote:
29897 DE meat pie


29899 DE Meat Pie

And Chazbo, guess the small sample of Meat Pie i 'm about to send you for the 13 Run Pool can thrown in with your tin!
TobaccoGardenSlug Offline
#2906 Posted:
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29900 - Boswell's Northwoods
hoyodude Offline
#2907 Posted:
Joined: 07-17-2000
Posts: 4,395
29901 - H&H Freight Train (3 parts) and (2 parts) H&H Vermont Meat Candy. It's quickly becoming my go-to smoke.
Bur Offline
#2908 Posted:
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29902-DE Meat Pie in what may be a Kiko Kilimanjaro. DGT for two days (not on purpose) but burned great as this is a new tin
marc palanzo Offline
#2909 Posted:
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29903- Haddo's Delight
29904- Viprati
hoyodude Offline
#2910 Posted:
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Posts: 4,395
29905 - H&H Freight Train (3 parts) and (2 parts) H&H Vermont Meat Candy....again...
Bur Offline
#2911 Posted:
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Posts: 5,638
29906 - CAO Black in my aromatic cob
danmdevries Offline
#2912 Posted:
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29907 Plum Pudding. First time I've had it and its fantastic. I smoke bulk baccy 99% of the time, don't have hardly anything but bulk except two tins of 3nuns in my cabinet. Gonna be adding a few tins of this to regular stock.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2913 Posted:
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Shane it's not available in bulk anymore.
marc palanzo Offline
#2914 Posted:
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29908 - Jack Knife
danmdevries Offline
#2915 Posted:
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29909 Lane 1q
29910 Plum Pudding
29911 Ennerdale Flake
danmdevries Offline
#2916 Posted:
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29912 Burley light without bite
29913 Burley and bright
29914 EMP
danmdevries Offline
#2917 Posted:
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29915 DFM
spectresquad Offline
#2918 Posted:
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29916 Potlatch its Goood thanks to Desoldbones
marc palanzo Offline
#2919 Posted:
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Potlatch is on my list.

29917 - Full Virginia Flake

danmdevries Offline
#2920 Posted:
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29918 EMP
29919 Burley n Bright
29920 Frenchy Sunzabitches
Bur Offline
#2921 Posted:
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Lurking for #30,000

May pack a DGT bowl full of SPC Plum Pudding to fire up for the occasion.
danmdevries Offline
#2922 Posted:
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29921? Esoterica Stonehaven good stuff, but not worth the hype. Dunno if there's a better VA flake, I've not found one. Still, not enough here to justify the chase. It's excellent, and I'd love to have more, but it's not so great to justify the intense chase to obtain.
Bur Offline
#2923 Posted:
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29922 Edmund G Robinson
29223 Bur's scraps and crap blend

Both breaking in the new mini-cob and a pipe nail that were part of BoilerEMTs destruction that landed yesterday
marc palanzo Offline
#2924 Posted:
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danmdevries wrote:
29921? Esoterica Stonehaven good stuff, but not worth the hype. Dunno if there's a better VA flake, I've not found one. Still, not enough here to justify the chase. It's excellent, and I'd love to have more, but it's not so great to justify the intense chase to obtain.


I haven't tried Stonehaven, but some brilliant VA flakes are-

Samuel Gawith Full Virginia Flake
Rattray's Marlin Flake
Erinmore Flake

marc palanzo Offline
#2925 Posted:
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29924 - Old Joe Krantz
Bur Offline
#2926 Posted:
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29925 - H&H Rolando's Own from a small sampler Gae smacked me with when we herfed before he PCS'd to the homeland.

Where is that azzhat anyway? After the multiple page flame-a-thon he got into he's been scarce
danmdevries Offline
#2927 Posted:
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29926 Plum Pudding on Sunday
29927 Plum Pudding on Monday
29928 Plum Pudding on Tuesday
29929 DFM today.
marc palanzo Offline
#2928 Posted:
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29930 - Rattray's Old Gowrie
29931 - Old Joe Krantz
Bur Offline
#2929 Posted:
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29932 - SG St. James flake in the meer lined briar.
Bur Offline
#2930 Posted:
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29933 - Carter Hall in a yello-bole that may be older than I am.
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#2931 Posted:
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29934 - La Brumeuse Semois
hoyodude Offline
#2932 Posted:
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29935 - H&H Freight Train in my new MM Cobbit Elf. Best cob ever.
Bur Offline
#2933 Posted:
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marc palanzo wrote:
29934 - La Brumeuse Semois


What'cha think of it? Seems pricey at "that other place, the one with briars and stogies in its name..."
marc palanzo Offline
#2934 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
What'cha think of it? Seems pricey at "that other place, the one with briars and stogies in its name..."



I like it a lot. It's a beast all of it's own. It comes bone-dry in a foil wrapped 3.5oz brick. From what I've read it started off as a burley 150 years ago and kind of evolved into what it is now. Keep in mind that since it's very dry, there's a lot more volume than 3.5 ounces of moist tobacco.

Pack it tight and smoke it slow.
marc palanzo Offline
#2935 Posted:
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29936 - McClelland Blackwoods Flake
Bur Offline
#2936 Posted:
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29937 - DE Meat Pie. Solid smoke, considering all the weird stuff he does to cigars I'm digging this straightforward English blend. DGT'ed at the VFW watching the Cubs win.

And thanks for the review of the Le Brumeuse Semois, may get a brick.
marc palanzo Offline
#2937 Posted:
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I was also surprised of how good, and how straightforward, Meat Pie is.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2938 Posted:
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29938~ First Responder
29939~ First Responder

I've been eye balling that semois, read a review a year before P&C started carrying it (it was impossible to find to buy) but I'm not a Burley fan.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2939 Posted:
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29940~ Dunhill DeLux Navy Rolls in a cobb.
zerohourhero Offline
#2940 Posted:
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Don't have a briar, only a corn cob, can I still play?

29941 - XXX Blend from Moonshine Pipes co
Bur Offline
#2941 Posted:
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^No corn cob smokers are azzhat girly men. Especially that Army guy that waded around in the surf with his.

29942 Granger 100% burley in my mini-cob from the Manor.

Oh wait, uh, corn cob smokers are the coolest, best looking, he-men on CBid. Yeah, yeah, that's it.....sure you can play.
danmdevries Offline
#2942 Posted:
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29943 Kendall Kentucky inna briar. Very difficult blend to smoke. I've tried it before with varied results but it's a pain to pack right, it's impossible to get the humidity right and there's nothing special about the flavor. Thinking I might pitch the rest of my jar. It's not terrible, I can appreciate the blend, but the cut just makes it too difficult to smoke.
danmdevries Offline
#2943 Posted:
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And a comment on the cobs, though the comment above in jest, I don't own a single briar that smokes as well as my cobs. Dunno if a higher quality briar is the ticket or what, but I've got about a dozen estate briars, mostly kaywoodie and graybow and other OTC type pipes, none of them smoke as well as my MM pipes which I have about a dozen. They're pretty, but save for the one bulldog that loves English blends, I've not found any to out perform a MM cob.
ZRX1200 Offline
#2944 Posted:
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29944~ Dunhill DeLux Navy Rolls in a cobb.

Cobs are easy, briars CAN be temperamental (bowl size/shape with a given blend) and cannot be smoked as often as cobs without harming the briar.

*shrug*

I like both, but rarely smoke a briar in my truck except one for English blends.
marc palanzo Offline
#2945 Posted:
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29945 - Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding in a COB!
Bur Offline
#2946 Posted:
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29946 C'est LA Vie French Vanilla in a cob
Bur Offline
#2947 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
29946 C'est LA Vie French Vanilla in a cob


29947 the scraps from packing that cob DGT'd since then in the mini-cob
ZRX1200 Offline
#2948 Posted:
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29948~ First Responder in a cob
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#2949 Posted:
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29949 Haunted Bookshop inna briar
29950 Dunhill My Mixture 965 inna cob
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#2950 Posted:
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29951 - H&H Freight Train in an "Elf" Cobbit cob my dear wife got me for my b-day. If you haven't seen these MM is making a line of cobs called "Cobbits" after the LOTR series, the Elf, is a churchwarden and I love it. On a side note, I've been under the weather for a few weeks and haven't been smoking my pipe much....Freight Train in the morning, well, first time I've ever had that much of a nic-kick in memory. Almost had to pull the jeep over.
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