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post #10621 of 18846 Old 02-16-2012, 02:14 AM
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Re: Tonights Smoke II - FOR PIPES

had a bowl of LTF in my Perterson Irish army pipe, Plip. She finally smoking properly, just had to break her in. As always LTF is a winner, lovely fruitty notes, along with the familar virgina notes of grass/hay in the background, once in awhile pipeapple, orange, and that light topping would come through
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Okay, until this Cairo jag is over, I'll just post here if I smoke something other than Cairo...
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Had my first bowl of Escudo tonight. I had forgotten that I have never actually tried the blend. It was very good and a great way to break in my unsmoked Old England pipe.
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Peterson's Special Reserve Limited Edition 2011 in my dad's big Italian Fellini. Plenty of flavor, and smoked extremely well.
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Had my first bowl of Escudo tonight. I had forgotten that I have never actually tried the blend. It was very good and a great way to break in my unsmoked Old England pipe.
Tyler, a man far wiser than me tonight. . .

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Had some Kendal Kentucky in the CG tonight, it is very delicious!

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sipping on some C&D Burley Flake #2 in a Peterson 314 Red Rapier Meerschaum 1977, everyone please have a great night!

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Really enjoying this Orlik Golden Sliced in my dad's Comoy's bent bulldog.



I had forgotten how sweet this stuff is...

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Opened up a tin of 3 year old Escudo to celebrate not having to pay taxes this year. Haven't had Escudo since 2008. It's very good.

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I had forgotten how sweet this stuff is...
How sweet that pipe is! :tu Gorgimous, Terry!

Well, I'm back from Dart Mix in the Legend, seeking out something a bit more highbrow. Gonna hit the HH Vintage Syrian, that I'm VERY curious about. I haven't smoked Syrian Latakia since probably 1980, and that was probably the ONLY Syrian I smoked up until that point. Firing the first light as I type...this is good stuff. The chosen operator is the Sasieni FourDot pot, dating back to about the time I last had some Syrian.

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