SG (?? - Some Gawith or other is involved) Balkan Flake in a small, sightly bent meerschaum Bulldog (More funny to refer to this pipe as a Rhodesian, albeit inaccurate. As in "I slipped a diminutive, slightly bent Rhodesian between my lips." Maybe you need to be British...)
Smoked while tending a barbecue in the rain. The high level of Latakia only seems fair.
Enjoying some GL Pease Fillmore from Dec 2007. Lovely, lovely tobacco! Here's the tin "popping" from earlier today: http://www.puff.com/forums/vb/genera...ml#post3846514
Black House with a pinch of Syrian Latakia in a 1920's Fribourg & Treyer.
Fribourg & Treyer_3438 by GoerzDagor, on Flickr
SG Balkan Flake in a Kiko Amboseli Meershaum 1/8 Bent Bulldog. Really too much Latakia for my taste. A couple more bowls to go...
smoked a bowl of Peterson Uni flake last night in my Sav Mr. G straight billard. get passed the blueberry topping. its a nice virginia burley blend. but I probley will smoke the rest of the tin. and pass on buying more
Bob's Chocolate Flake in a bent LaRocca
Ashton Artisan's Blend in a Kiko 1/8 Bent Meerschaum Bulldog.
Did a salt and alcohol treatment on my Nording 2 days ago(should have worked on the top too). Fired up a half bowl of Dunhill London Mixture tonight. Deep flavors but very mellow at the same time. I like it. If anyone has any suggestions on other Baccy that's like this, I'd appreciate it
SPS Kentucky Planter in a knockaround briar
Christmas Cheer 2003. You know, I have to say that I'm really starting to question this whole CC series concept. I understand the idea behind it, and it intrigues me, but tobacco isn't wine or scotch. This 2003 is very nice, but when it comes right down to it, I'd rather be smoking Matured Virginia No. 27, or Virginia Woods, or three or four other McClelland virginias that I could name. Finding a tin of CC92 in a shop might make the collector in me wet myself in excitement; finding a tin of 92 No. 27 would make the smoker in me crap my pants.