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Pipe Smoking. Winter 2014 / 2015

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R-Savage

What pipe do you smoke with and with what??? Im seeing a lot of cigars. In my opinion Pipes are underrated.

I smoke a Medalist medallion with Captain Black Royal.

What do you smoke with and with what??? Remember Pipe Tobacco .

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TheNovaMan

The only tobacco I've ever enjoyed smoking was pipe tobacco. More specifically, maple walnut tobacco from my local tobacco shop in a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corn cob.

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R-Savage

Nice. I bet a Maple Walnut would be Darn Tasty. :)

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TheNovaMan

It is. It's the only tobacco I've ever smoked that tasted just about the same lit and unlit. Very tasty, and I have a hunch they get it from Altadis. I've sent a sample to another member here, but he was in KY. Is it even possible to send a ounce of tobacco up across the border?

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R-Savage

Ahhhhh Dont Chance it. But thank you very much for the offer.

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R-Savage

I picked up some Backwoods Rum and Butter. Im gonna go and pack a pipe. Then going to enjoy it with a JDSB.

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R-Savage

My Old pipe broke (My Medallion) However I did pick up a nice Brigham pipe. I love those rock maple filters. This seems to smoke a lot smoother than my old one. I'm still breaking it in. so far so good. It really is a nice smoke. For now I have a nice Amphoria full flavored tobacco. I also have some tobacco that my wife ordered me it should be in soon.

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Gillman

Just curious if you guys have heard of this tobacco:: http://www.tobaccoreviews.com/blend/3787/tabac-manil-la-brumeuse

 

It is Semois tobacco, grown in very small amounts in the Ardenne in Belgium. I do not smoke but am interested in Belgium and its drinks (beer, Dutch-style gins) and was reading about this recently. Apparently most of it is used for pipes but some for "rolling", i.e., cigarets, the fine-cut version I think.

 

It is said to be a derivative of Burley but has acquired its own characteristics due to being cultivated in the region for so long.

 

Gary

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