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Jim

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After a great meal is there anything better than a long relaxing smoke?

Perhaps some adult beverage or an espresso to accompany it?

Lets hear from you!


 

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personally I prefer petersons, the bit is just very comfortable to me. of course they were also my first nice pipe.

i always have trouble finding local sources for fresh tobacco, I HATE smoking dried out old stale tobacco. I'd rather just not smoke.

haven't picked up my pipe in almost a year
 

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personally I prefer petersons, the bit is just very comfortable to me. of course they were also my first nice pipe.

i always have trouble finding local sources for fresh tobacco, I HATE smoking dried out old stale tobacco. I'd rather just not smoke.

haven't picked up my pipe in almost a year
These gents are well regarded as a tabbaco vendor> http://www.smokingpipes.com/tobacco/tinned/


My first pipe was a Peterson from the shop in Dublin. Still enjoy it!

 

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Jim, aren't those Cuban sticks illegal in your neck of the woods?

I'm only an occasional cigar smoker now, but here are some of my favorites:
Cheap, basic smoke-DeNobili
Short smoke-Trinidad Reyes, Partagas Culebras
Medium long smoke-Partagas Series D No4, Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure #2
Long time smoke-Montecristo A, Partagas Lusitania

Never took to the pipe, too hot on my lips and I feared for my wine-tasting palate.
 

Jim

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Jim, aren't those Cuban sticks illegal in your neck of the woods?

I'm only an occasional cigar smoker now, but here are some of my favorites:
Cheap, basic smoke-DeNobili
Short smoke-Trinidad Reyes, Partagas Culebras
Medium long smoke-Partagas Series D No4, Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure #2
Long time smoke-Montecristo A, Partagas Lusitania

Never took to the pipe, too hot on my lips and I feared for my wine-tasting palate.
Hahah.. not if they are gifts from a traveling diplomat...:smile1:
 

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i'm a big fan of GL Pease tobacco, particularly the Maltese Falcon. i used to blend my own, but Pease does a better job than i do. :) i have a bunch of pipes, old and new, handmade and factory, but my plain 50s GBD billiard is probably my favorite. i've smoked a lot of university flake in that pipe. cigar wise, i'm all over the map. i've been working my way through a box of early 80s Bolivars, lately. really tasty.
 

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