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post #20291 of 21552 Old 10-30-2019, 05:51 PM
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I quite like it, i dont get a lot of "Lakeland" with it, still have a couple of tins left
So what's the heaviest Lakeland essence blend?
I think I've asked this before, but still curious.
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Now smoking year 2013 H&H Classic Burley Kake in a 2013 medium bend Spillproof corndog cob with a triangular briar shank and a black vulcanite saddle stem.
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So what's the heaviest Lakeland essence blend?
I think I've asked this before, but still curious.

For me its the Grasmere then Ennerdale then Conniston, The Stonehenge and 1792 i can hardly taste the Lakeland but my taste buds are probably shot

I gently bent one each into my nostrils, then put the remaining one in my mouf. --droy1958
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Ran a couple of errands and am now home just in time to smoke HU Directors Cut in a smooth straight Lane era Charatan Executive Extra Large stretch apple with diagonal channel cuts on the lower right and left of the bowl along with a black vulcanite double comfort stem. This pipe was formerly owned by actor William Conrad.
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For me its the Grasmere then Ennerdale then Conniston, The Stonehenge and 1792 i can hardly taste the Lakeland but my taste buds are probably shot
1792 is different from the other Lakelands. It uses tonquin bean. I'm not sure what tonquin is but it affects me the way latakia affects Erik @ebnash. Grassmere is a little off-putting to me also but Nathan @OneStrangeOne convinced me to let it age before giving up on it. I'll send along some 1792 to Steve @Scap and anyone else who wants to try it.
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1792 is different from the other Lakelands. It uses tonquin bean. I'm not sure what tonquin is but it affects me the way latakia affects Erik @ebnash. Grassmere is a little off-putting to me also but Nathan @OneStrangeOne convinced me to let it age before giving up on it. I'll send along some 1792 to Steve @Scap and anyone else who wants to try it.

I just got some SG Bracken Flake from 2010, it has Tonquin in it also, iv only tried 2 bowls but it is kinda like 1792 now you mention it

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