It's a Bari just like this one I found a pic of online:
...and I mean JUST like, right down to every facet the uneven "cut" edge. Which disappoints me a little, because I thought it was made from a real block of wood, not cast out of some composite material. Oh well.
It was among dozens from a collection the B&M had acquired. Paid 55, was told it was worth three times that. But what do I know.
After taking a whiff of the various tobaccos they had, they made me a blend that I enjoy just opening the container, much less smoking it. I knew for a few seconds what the ingredients were, but they went out of my head. Next time I'm there I'll figure it out.
Gotta say one reason I got into this was to have a way of repurposing damaged cigars. I already shredded one such stick and mixed it in.
There's always more to a new hobby than you expect, and you get to see how far the hole you think you might ever go. Was told about some guys having a different pipe for every blend they like, due to the cake, and yeah, I don't think I'll ever go that far. I don't segregate my different cigar varieties in my humi either, so I have no problem with a little flavor blending.
My buddy said my midlife crisis must be over, because there's nothing more "old man" than a pipe. LOL