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What'cha BRIAR and COB azzhats smoking 100,000?
marc palanzo Offline
#3251 Posted:
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3362 - Dunhill Nightcap in a Savinelli Trevi Billiard
qmech Offline
#3252 Posted:
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Posts: 970
St James Flake by SG
Pipe American hand made freehand by Wiley..
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marc palanzo Offline
#3253 Posted:
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Posts: 2,784
3364 - Dunhill Three Matured Virginia
3365 - Escudo Deluxe Navy Rolls
3366 - McClelland Tudor Castle
3367 - Rattray's Stirling Flake
ZRX1200 Offline
#3254 Posted:
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Posts: 53,164
3368~ Dunhill De Lux Navy Rolls
Bur Offline
#3255 Posted:
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Posts: 5,634
336NINE! - Captain Black Round
qmech Offline
#3256 Posted:
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Posts: 970
Hopefully Commonwealth by SG
Classic Stanwell Freehand
hoyodude Offline
#3257 Posted:
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Posts: 4,395
3370- La Brumeuse Semois with a healthy cut of perique in my bent Stanwell Antique.
marc palanzo Offline
#3258 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
336NINE! - Captain Black Round


I see what you did there.

3371 - Cornell & Diehl Bijou in a Savinelli Bing
marc palanzo Offline
#3259 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
336NINE! - Captain Black Round


I see what you did there.

3371 - Cornell & Diehl Bijou in a Savinelli Bing
SteveS Offline
#3260 Posted:
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Posts: 8,751
marc palanzo wrote:
Dunhill Three Matured Virginia


How aromatic is this blend, Marc ... I'm not much on candy flavors or aros ... I DO like most VA/Oriental blends but have passed on this one due to its being an aro ...
marc palanzo Offline
#3261 Posted:
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SteveS wrote:
How aromatic is this blend, Marc ... I'm not much on candy flavors or aros ... I DO like most VA/Oriental blends but have passed on this one due to its being an aro ...


It's very lightly topped, kinda like how Dunhill Royal Yacht is topped.

If you like Virginia/Oriental blends - and with Perique, you must try McClelland's Tudor Castle.
SteveS Offline
#3262 Posted:
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marc palanzo wrote:
If you like Virginia/Oriental blends - and with Perique, you must try McClelland's Tudor Castle.


I've done so and it IS a good choice ... also, there are two McClelland Grand Orientals that I also really enjoy, Yenidje Supreme and Black Sea Sokhoum
Bur Offline
#3263 Posted:
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3372 - Bur's Scraps and Crap Blend. this bowlful definitely heavy on the cigar bits, but good.
ZRX1200 Offline
#3264 Posted:
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Posts: 53,164
3373~ Peterson's 3P

This was gifted by Ron or the crazy fuggin biker from Texas (Greg) holy sheet this packs a punch.
ZRX1200 Offline
#3265 Posted:
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Bur, you need some baccy?
ZRX1200 Offline
#3266 Posted:
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Posts: 53,164
3374~ PS LTF
hoyodude Offline
#3267 Posted:
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Posts: 4,395
3375 - 2 year-old Daughters & Ryan Three Sails in my Stanwell bent Antique. Very straightforward, British VA style, fine shag cut so it smokes smooth and even. Good stuff.

I ordered several of their blends in '14 and have had them in my rotation since. From the company who is keeping the perique tradition alive the rest of the line, so far, seems of equal quality.
Bur Offline
#3268 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Bur, you need some baccy?


Nope, I'm good. Swung back to cigars for a bit so broke a pipe out and hadn't seen what had ended up in the scraps tin in awhile. Lots of caps etc torn up on top-not bad. The few pieces of aro are buried!
marc palanzo Offline
#3269 Posted:
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3376 - Cornell & Diehl Sansepolcro
SteveS Offline
#3270 Posted:
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marc palanzo wrote:
3376 - Cornell & Diehl Sansepolcro


I've wondered about that one, Marc ... what can you tell me about it ?
ZRX1200 Offline
#3271 Posted:
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3377~ PS LTF
Whistlebritches Offline
#3272 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
3373~ Peterson's 3P

This was gifted by Ron or the crazy fuggin biker from Texas (Greg) holy sheet this packs a punch.


You weiner........I have mine with coffee after breakfast,I say again "AFTER BREAKFAST".LOL
marc palanzo Offline
#3273 Posted:
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SteveS wrote:
I've wondered about that one, Marc ... what can you tell me about it ?


I bought 1 tin and smoked a couple of bowls and ordered 4 more tins. It's ready to smoke right out of the tin. Seems a little dry to the touch but burns perfectly. The first 2 reviews at tobaccoreviews sum it up pretty well.
SteveS Offline
#3274 Posted:
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Think I'm gonna put Sansepolcro on my to-do list ... I read those reviews at your suggestion ... the second of the two was written by a guy who probably smokes as much in a day as most of us do in a week or more ... he's done dozens of reviews and I've noticed I've got a general agreement with most of what he says ...

Got an email today touting another of C&Ds small batch line (Speakeasy) which also sounds attractive ... a tin of each seems to be in order ... thanks
marc palanzo Offline
#3275 Posted:
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3374 - Captain Earle's Honor Blend

Let me know how like Speakeasy.
SteveS Offline
#3276 Posted:
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marc palanzo wrote:
3376 - Cornell & Diehl Sansepolcro


At Marcs suggestion, I bought a tin of this and it arrived today ... Marc, I must thank you for this one ... it's outstanding and is everything you said it was ... I also got some of the Speakeasy and will let you know how that one is just as soon as I try it (which you can be sure will be very soon) ...
Bur Offline
#3277 Posted:
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Fixing the number (again, yep, I'm OCD)

3379 - Super Value English Blend. Great cheap baccy while doing yard work
Bur Offline
#3278 Posted:
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3380 - Edward G. Robinson Blend in a cheap briar
3381 - Same when it went out, reloaded another bowl

Good OTC match blend, not disgustingly syrupy as an aro
Whistlebritches Offline
#3279 Posted:
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3382~PS LNF
3383~PS LBF
3384~PS LBF


Yep I l the LBF better.The LNF is more of a breakfast with coffee smoke.........or just the first bowl of the day type baccy.
SteveS Offline
#3280 Posted:
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G.L.Pease Telegraph Hill
Bur Offline
#3281 Posted:
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3386 - Presbyterian Mix in a meer. Thanks Jules!

DGT from yesterday when my pipe smoking got cut short by an emergency honey-do. Car battery died, but was under warranty. Score
qmech Offline
#3282 Posted:
Joined: 06-17-2016
Posts: 970
Tobacco: Commonwealth SG
Pipe: Stanwell Freehand
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marc palanzo Offline
#3283 Posted:
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3388 - Cornell & Diehl Sansepolcro in a Savinelli Tundra
3389 - Samuel Gawith Best Brown Flake in a GBD New Standard
SteveS Offline
#3284 Posted:
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Cornell and Diehl Bayou Morning
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#3285 Posted:
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3391 - 2011 McClelland's Christmas Cheer in an old Peterson 307. This stuff always ages so amazingly well.
Bur Offline
#3286 Posted:
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Catching up with a few recent bowls

3392 - C'est La Vie Vanilla
3393 - G.L. Pease Navigator

The G.L. Pease was for International Pipe Smoking Day yesterday. Think it was part of a sampler GAE gave me when we herfed forever ago in Clarksville TN. Great stuff!
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#3287 Posted:
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3394 - G&H Black Irish Twist
qmech Offline
#3288 Posted:
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Dunghill Nightcap
Wiley Freehand.
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qmech Offline
#3289 Posted:
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How goes the Black Irish Twist?
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SteveS Offline
#3290 Posted:
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Escudo Navy Deluxe
Errl Offline
#3291 Posted:
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Gawith and Hoggard happy brown bogie in a gorgeous yet affordable moretti pipe
Salmoneye Offline
#3292 Posted:
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qmech wrote:
How goes the Black Irish Twist?
Q


It's my everyday smoke...

I have a couple of pounds cellered...



qmech Offline
#3293 Posted:
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I have been meaning to try it. I think I will have a go.
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SteveS Offline
#3294 Posted:
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La Brumeuse Semois
Salmoneye Offline
#3295 Posted:
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qmech wrote:
I have been meaning to try it. I think I will have a go.
Q


Not for the faint of heart...

Hated it the first bowl...

Burnt meat, and 2-cycle oil came to mind...

Then it just blossomed into an upsetting love affair...




Bur Offline
#3296 Posted:
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3400 - Country Squire (the shpo in my hometown) Cherokee
SteveS Offline
#3297 Posted:
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L.J. Peretti Park Square
qmech Offline
#3298 Posted:
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An old Cuban Perojo (10+years) by Perdomo .
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qmech Offline
#3299 Posted:
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^Since that is a cigar I followed it with
SG Commonwealth
In a Sav.Autograph.
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qmech Offline
#3300 Posted:
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^Since that is a cigar I followed it with
SG Commonwealth
In a Sav.Autograph.
Q
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