Favorite blend in 2014

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cmdrmcbragg

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With a new year comes a lot of Year End lists. I'd like to know what was your favorite blend in 2014? Doesn't have to be a new blend that was debuted during the year, just whatever was your favorite of the past 365 days.
Mine would have to be H&H Louisiana Red. This was a close one for me, but I'd place it over Wessex BCDF simply due to ease of lighting, flavor and price. It's a great smoke that I really enjoyed this last year.

 

lestrout

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Jan 28, 2010
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Chester County, PA
Greg Pease's masterpiece Gaslight. It dethroned the great RussO's Larry's Blend, mainly because I've fallen in love with flakes, plugs and crumble cakes.
hp and HNY

les

 

papipeguy

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Jul 31, 2010
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Bethlehem, Pa.
That's a tough call but one I'm going to make. Velvan Plug really hit the spot for me and the members of the Lehigh Valley Pipe club. The other Irish plugs were also a delightful surprise for me in 2014.

I can't wait to see what new wonders come forth.

 

cobguy

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Oct 18, 2013
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GH Brown Bogie Rope

Wessex Campaign Brigade Dark Flake

GLP Triple Play and JackKnife Plugs

Rincon de la Pipa #1

SPC Plum Pudding

 

phxrock

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Aug 18, 2014
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For me it would be

Navy Flake

Comoys cask #7

Dunhill 965

Drew Estate Meat pie

Erinmore flake

Warrior plug

Kendal plug
John
PS: need to get and smoke more plug

 

mikestanley

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May 10, 2009
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Akron area of Ohio
The favorite blend I discovered in 2014 has got to be Rotary Navy Flake. I don't think I could pick an all time favorite. This year, maybe Wilderness, Bombay Court, Samarra. Yenidje Highlander ? Luckily, I don't have to chose!
Mike S.