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  • puropunch
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    A bowl of nightcap and a bottle of white..

    Dont visit nightcap enough, strong, smokey, dry, full bodied and smooth.. Smoked dry and slowly it's unreal and certainly lives upto its name

    Just what's needed after a busy week
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  • puff o'wind
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    Well ive recently been into an old pack.of Clan. Its got to be 12 months in the humi and it has changed remarkably...much mellower amd its almost as if the nicotene has gone. Id be surprised after such a short rest but it certainly is very smooth and most enjoyable.

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  • jerryr
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    A bowl of Virginia flake in my Sav, while watching he world go by at the local farmers market this morning.




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  • jerryr
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    Working tonight, just about to take a short break. Thought a bowl of cabbies mixture would be appropriate.


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  • Dorsetman
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    Originally posted by ZomB View Post

    Hey where did you get that leather tray? I've been looking for one of those
    If you can somehow get a message to me, I could make you one no problemo........gratis!
    Last edited by Dorsetman; 18-03-2021, 05:21 AM.

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  • TonyN
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    Thinking of getting another peterson pipe
    any of the pipe smokers on here own a pipe from the return of sherlock holmes series if you do thoughts please

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  • simwells
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    Originally posted by ZomB View Post

    Hey where did you get that leather tray? I've been looking for one of those
    They’re called valet trays should be able to pick one up off eBay or they’re very simple to make so should be people on Etsy that should make one to order for not a lot


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  • AlexD4
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    Leather tray was from a pipe smoking friend on a Facebook group!

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  • ZomB
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    Originally posted by AlexD4 View Post
    First bowl in a month or so, Old Gowrie in my poker.

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    Hey where did you get that leather tray? I've been looking for one of those

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  • Emaresee
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    Originally posted by puropunch View Post

    is that the sutliffe? i bought a pound of that custard and just keep going back to it. it's so smokable, an easy sip or full on quick smoke chugging on it.never gets bitey or too harsh. i pull a jar out of the bag at a time and its surprising how quickly the jar goes down while the other around it remain full!
    Haven't a clue its the one you split with me!!! and I agree... smooth as butter.

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  • puropunch
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    Originally posted by Emaresee View Post
    Rolled the cricket squares today while enjoying a well filled bowl.... not sure I could have had a more perfect morning- sun out, working legs and back while vanilla custard smouldered away in a cob!
    is that the sutliffe? i bought a pound of that custard and just keep going back to it. it's so smokable, an easy sip or full on quick smoke chugging on it.never gets bitey or too harsh. i pull a jar out of the bag at a time and its surprising how quickly the jar goes down while the other around it remain full!

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  • Emaresee
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    Rolled the cricket squares today while enjoying a well filled bowl.... not sure I could have had a more perfect morning- sun out, working legs and back while vanilla custard smouldered away in a cob!

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  • TonyN
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    Old dark fired?
    what's the taste like heard the room note is similar
    to a camp fire .

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  • larrysson
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    Murrays era Erinmore flake in a Baki gourd calabash pipe...typical Lakeland essence start settling into nice smooth Virginia and burley flavour.

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  • larrysson
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    Two bowls today...GL Pease Jacknife Plug this morning, MacBaren Old Dark Fired this afternoon. Love those burleys!

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