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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by TREEMAN, Oct 10, 2017.
McClelland No. 24 Virginia (Virginia/Drama) in a Peterson meerschaum billiard.
Never mind the quality, you just can't beat that name!
A flake of Mac Baren HH Old Dark Fired in a Diebel Bench Made Bent Apple.
My local B&M store’s “Centennial” in a beautiful Savinelli Roma Oom Paul this evening. I love a “full bend” billiard pipe.
2019 #77 Shark from Fuente.
Last night a bowl of McClelland Syrian 3 Oaks in a Viprati Naturale.
A bowl of Briarworks Bacon Old Fashioned in a Peterson Spigot Rusticated 69.
Good Evening all. I hope this beautiful fall day has found you well.
C&D Bayou Morning Flake in a Savinelli bent pot Sienna 121.
Sutliff Rum Raisin this morning. in Peterson 2004 Pipe of the Year
Today is cold with snow flurries, the perfect day for some Scottish Woods.
Lane Limited in my old Stanwell on this snowy New England morning
2011 McClelland Christmas in a Bruyere.
New tin of Original Oriental by McConnell in a straight Savinelli De Luxe Milano 512KS. Loving the Turkish tobacco with peppery Louisiana perique & Serian Latakia.
Peter Stokkebye's #38 Highland Whiskey in an unmarked Saint Claude bent billiard.
A home mix of Orientals, Latakia, & Perique in a Savinelli pot with saddle stem.
Preacher's Secret (Stokkebye's Old #2 Whiskey).
Good Afternoon Gentleman,
I hope all is well on this beautiful Sunday we have been given.
G.L. Pease Spark Plug in a freehand original Erik Nording sitter.
Just took up pipe smoking again after a long time away.
I have a decent collection of pipes and picked up a couple of pouches from the local tobacconist. One is a aromatic based on the old Smoker's Haven "Mountain Mist" and the other is an English blend.
I have also ordered several tobaccos that should arrive this week.
G.L. Pease - Maltese Falcon
Ole Shenandoah - Bootlegger
Hearth & Home - White Knight
Cornell & Diehl - Star of the East
Scotty's - University Professor
I have never smoked these blends before but hopefully they will make a good start on building my cellar.
Greg Pease has some great quality blends. Probably my personal favorite of those I've tried is Gaslight.
Last bowl last night was SPC's Mississippi River.
I am smoking MD Cigars House blend. They are in Yuma Arizona. I order it by phone nowadays but when my parents were alive. I would stock up when I went to visit and help them.
A bowl of a very dark English called "St. Charles Blend" from local tobacconist , quite nice.
I also placed an order with The Country Squire, a tobacconist in Mississippi.
2oz of Stokkebye Luxury Bullseye Flake
They also offer a line of Middle Earth themed blends that have very good reviews so I ordered their sampler pack (6 blends).