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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by indycop, Jan 14, 2008.
Ramon Allones Superiores
Frog Morton on the Town in a Dunhill Shell billiard. Great smoker.
Orient 996 in a Ropp Bonaparte.
Pease Gaslight in an old Dudleigh Hollywood bent Bulldog.
Had a Cigar International cheapie, Mark Twain Churchill with the Connecticut shade wrapper. How's that for a cigar named for TWO notables from history? That's actually the best thing about it. I don't often pooh-pooh a cigar, especially one that was given to me, so I'll say this: when it went out on me about the halfway point, I simple decided that it had reached its natural conclusion and didn't relight it.
Lane RLP-6 in a Nording signature.
JFH's Dusk that has been jarred for 3 yrs, in a MM Freehand. Great flavor & a wonderful lingering mustache note!
SPC's Mississippi River in an old Ben Rodgers stacked billiard. Great pipes for smoking Virginias.
Saint Luis Rey Series G maduro
Black Magic Woman in a Savinelli KS pot.
Frog on the Town in a Barling meerschaum.
Mac Barens HH ODF flake in a Boswell Minie Ball.
Gaslight in a meerschaum billiard.
Orient 996 in a Barling meerschaum.
McClelland British Woods in a Peterson Donegal zulu.
During this Memorial Day weekend as I contemplate those who came before me I'll be giving this Boswell Minie Ball a solid workout. It seems appropriate that it should be filled with McClelland's Legends pipe tobacco, & probably some Scottish Woods also.
Happy Memorial Day weekend to all!
McClelland's British Woods in a Peterson Millennium pipe (D6 shape). I'm also partial to Scottish Woods.
Rattray's Exotic Orange in a Peterson Millennium pipe.
Some Wilkes No. 515 in my freehand corncob.
McClelland No. 24 Virginia in a Peterson zulu.