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11-20-2019 10:34 PM
OneStrangeOne
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Originally Posted by Adarus21 View Post
Good thing to note. I was under the assumption those would be a little easier to smoke being a familiar flavor profile. I will probably wait till i get my overtime and spend a few bucks on something to try out.
Aro’s tend to burn hot, bite like a bitch and generally take more than a bit of experience to get any actual taste out of. There are exceptions of course but it’s a lot easier to develop a technique that works for you if you’re not fighting the tobacco while your Tongue melts.
11-20-2019 10:24 PM
Adarus21
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Originally Posted by Fusion View Post
Welcome to the pipe side, one caution for you, dont do what i did and bought Aromatics to try first, you know, cherry, vanilla, brandy flavors ect, i actually gave up on the pipe first time round because of that.
Good thing to note. I was under the assumption those would be a little easier to smoke being a familiar flavor profile. I will probably wait till i get my overtime and spend a few bucks on something to try out.
11-20-2019 12:27 AM
Fusion Welcome to the pipe side, one caution for you, dont do what i did and bought Aromatics to try first, you know, cherry, vanilla, brandy flavors ect, i actually gave up on the pipe first time round because of that.
11-19-2019 10:38 PM
JohnBrody15
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Originally Posted by OneStrangeOne View Post
Welcome!
Id also recommend starting out with a cob. As for tobacco IMO its a good idea to start with something like Carter Hall, Sir Walther Raleigh or Prince Albert these are blends that are easy on the tongue and burn really well.

This^^ Maybe after a few bowls, if you decide you like the idea of pipe smoking, you could throw in an English blend...get the taste of the latakia. All this can be purchased easily and inexpensively online. Welcome!
11-19-2019 08:30 AM
OneStrangeOne Welcome!
Id also recommend starting out with a cob. As for tobacco IMO its a good idea to start with something like Carter Hall, Sir Walther Raleigh or Prince Albert these are blends that are easy on the tongue and burn really well.
11-19-2019 05:12 AM
jmt8706
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Originally Posted by Adarus21 View Post
I have been looking at those. Im thinking I may wait a bit and get a set of the "Seconds" from a website once they are back in stock. I dont need anything fancy or expensive. Tho I have no idea what kind of tobacco to get or what would be a good place to start. Hell i dont even know how to smoke a pipe to be perfectly honest. Like i said, Im curious like learning new things.
The pipe section here is a good place to read. I'm still learning myself as well.
11-19-2019 05:09 AM
Adarus21
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Originally Posted by jmt8706 View Post
For less than $10 you can get a Missouri Meerschaum corn cob pipe. They are tough little buggers, and a good beginner pipe. I would use that to start off, then get a better one as you get more experience.
I have been looking at those. Im thinking I may wait a bit and get a set of the "Seconds" from a website once they are back in stock. I dont need anything fancy or expensive. Tho I have no idea what kind of tobacco to get or what would be a good place to start. Hell i dont even know how to smoke a pipe to be perfectly honest. Like i said, Im curious like learning new things.
11-19-2019 05:05 AM
Adarus21
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Originally Posted by UBC03 View Post
Little advice from the been there done that club.. Don't hide anything. They're WAY SMARTER THAN US. SHE WILL CATCH ON .I GUARANTEE IT. We consider these little white lies, trying to save an argument by hiding our shipments, THEY DON'T..

Sent from ... hey Jon, where's my damn sandwich
Oh I know. I wasnt going to be able to hide the smell from her even if i tired. We tried quitting smoking cigarettes a few years back and i thought id be sneaky and smoke while i was at work. She could smell it on me before i even stepped foot in the house. Ive learned to never try to hide anything from her. Very hard this time of the year when there are a lot of packages coming to the house to hide anything holiday related.
11-19-2019 04:49 AM
jmt8706 For less than $10 you can get a Missouri Meerschaum corn cob pipe. They are tough little buggers, and a good beginner pipe. I would use that to start off, then get a better one as you get more experience.
11-19-2019 04:38 AM
UBC03 Little advice from the been there done that club.. Don't hide anything. They're WAY SMARTER THAN US. SHE WILL CATCH ON .I GUARANTEE IT. We consider these little white lies, trying to save an argument by hiding our shipments, THEY DON'T..

Sent from ... hey Jon, where's my damn sandwich
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