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Aromatic Blends You'd Like To See

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  1. woodsroad

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    I recently bought a bag of Pipeandcigar.com's "Best of the Rest" that smells a bit like a strawberry milkshake. I thought "who in hell would want that smell in their tobacco"? The answer was "enough people that they actually make a tobacco that smells like a strawberry milkshake".

    Now, on occasion, I'm struck with a great idea. Usually, the impracticality, legality or sheer stupidity of the notion dissuades me from pursuing it. Nonetheless, I've come up with a few pipe tobacco blends that I'd love to see come to fruition. I invite you to add your own potential favorites to the list.

    1. Elderly couple. That unique aroma of your grandmother's house: Mothballs, liniment, home cooking and notes of plastic slipcovers.

    2. Old Spice. It's an aftershave, it's a deodorant, it's a pipe tobacco.

    3. Gym Bag. But in a good way.

    4. Vegan Honeymoon. That sweaty, personal aroma with hints of asparagus and brown rice.

    5. Carbureted. A rare scent these days: Carburated 6 cylinder engine exhaust.

    6. Woolworth’s. Popcorn, plastic toys, hotdogs and parakeets. A walk down memory lane.

    7. Old Hardware Store. Pestacides, paint and bone meal with undertones of fertilizer and weeping dynamite.

    8. Spring Thaw (Road Harvest Blossom). That certain something when you combine wildflowers and thawed roadkill.

    9. Thursday’s Surprise. When you find out that the trash didn’t get picked up.

    10. Tube Set Remember the smell of an old TV or radio warming up? How hard would that be to capture in a Burley-dominated mix?

    11. Shoe Store. 'Nuff said.

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    Full Service Filling Station: That unmistakable scent of gasoline and grease with a hint of sweaty mechanic.

    Great thread idea, BTW.

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    woodsroad, it's an olfactory festival! Real high concept thread! Echoing scrapy here. I think
    I can come up with a list, but maybe just a few as a down payment.

    Black Tea -- that other sweet leaf in its invigorating promise
    New Mowed Grass
    Steam Locomotive in Hot Wind --
    Creek Bottom in Early Summer
    New School Supplies
    Kentucky River Foggy Morning
    Afternoon at the Horse Track
    Canvas Tent After Rain

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    Creek Bottom in Early Summer

    Oh, yes.

    My wife just chimed in:

    Wet Dog
    Flooded Basement
    Cat

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    Another one...

    State Fair Gourmet: The enticing aromas of Funnel Cakes, Cotton Candy, Italian Sausage with Peppers and Onions, and Deep-fried Twinkies.

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    State Fair Gourmet: The enticing aromas of Funnel Cakes, Cotton Candy, Italian Sausage with Peppers and Onions, and Deep-fried Twinkies.

    There's a winner. Variations would include the livestock judging arena, the stripper's tent and the hit-and-miss engine display.

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    Skid Row Bum: Thunderbird, MD 20/20, Vomit, and Urine.

    Methinks that woodsroad hath created a monster with this thread.

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    It's like Pringles, you just can't stop at one.
    Aha! See? Another one...

    Crappy Snacks A dominance of Doritos with a pinch of Pringles and chunk of Cheetos. Variant would include Latakia-laced Slim Jims.

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    ...Latakia-laced Slim Jims

    You may be on to something significant there.

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    Field Dressing - Deer viscera

    Sleazy Strip Club - Strawberry body oil, stale beer, cigarettes and vomit

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    Ok, this is getting absurd.. and I love it!

    Here's an obvious one.
    Urinal Kake 'nuff sed.

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    I think some of this exist is you just squint a little...

    1. Elderly couple. That unique aroma of your grandmother's house: Mothballs, liniment, home cooking and notes of plastic slipcovers.
    Lakelands.... Ennerdale

    2. Old Spice. It's an aftershave, it's a deodorant, it's a pipe tobacco.
    Condor.....

    Full Service Filling Station: That unmistakable scent of gasoline and grease with a hint of sweaty mechanic.
    SG Black XX Rope..

    The scary part is that I like all three of those.

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    A Week of Socks Time for laundry, or time for a smoke?

    First Girlfriend And she was smokin'

    New Car Now your wife won't mind if you smoke in the car

    Asphalt N' Rain Mix in a bit of Hot Tar for a special treat

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    Buttermilk Burley - Tastes as bad in your pipe as it looks in the pouch
    OMG Oriental - Yet another reason to utter that overused phrase
    Latin Latakia - Smoky blend flavored with jalapenos for extra bite

    --boudreaux
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    BBQ Pit: Burley, Latakia, Perique, Hickory, and Mesquite. Every tin comes with a complimentary micro-rotisserie that attaches to your pipe... perfect for holding small pieces of meat above your bowl. When you are done smoking, enjoy your custom made snack.

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    First Girlfriend And she was smokin'

    There is something you can smoke that would fully replicate the smell of my first girlfriend but likely will get arrested for it.

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    @Andrew, I think back to HS and how many of us just reeked of recreational burning herbal intake, but nobody in a position of authority seemed to notice.

    @boudreaux and scrapyardape, thanks for the big laugh.

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    It seems I cannot stop myself. *shakes fist at woodsroad*

    Chinese New Year : Hints of Five Spice Powder, Hoisin Sauce, and Spent Gunpowder. Specially formulated to work only in Chinese made corn cob pipes.

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    Freshly Mowed lawn The bowl will start off at the char with the green hay like scents, and as the bowl progresses you get the lawn mower smells, with the aromas of rows of sun baked dead grass.

    Mmmmmmm, my step-dad would love that. He is restricted to setting on his lawn mower in the garage to smoke his pipe in the winter.

    Michael
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    None? !! LOL

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    French Canadian Summer: Quality notes of fries and gravy, pepsi, and BO.

    Full English: Bacon and egg fry up with a dash of curry sauce.

    Navy Special: Stale beer, unwashed underclothes with top notes of fryer grease and diesel.

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    French Canadian Summer: Quality notes of fries and gravy, pepsi, and BO.

    I think I just inhaled my my entire bowl!

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    Intertrigo in an unwashed jockstrap?

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    Dictionary: A heavy blend that is reminiscent of fresh paper, leather and glue. As it ages it becomes rather musty with a hint of dust, mildew and makes for a damp smoke.

    Smoke your pipe and be silent; there's only wind and smoke in the world. - Irish Proverb
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    Xerox Navy Cut- Takes you back to the aromas of 9th grade geography...

    Matt.
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    For the Canadian perspective:

    Hockey glove - all my fellow Canucks know what I mean, nothing quite like it on the planet, think wet leather, sweat and urine. The surest sign that winter is upon us.
    Beaver Tail - is it pastry or roadkill, or perhaps both?
    Wet Toque - combo of wet wool and sweaty hair
    Maple Leaf - no not the perpetually frustrating NHL team, but the smell of decomposing leaves you get around this time of year as the weather turns

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    Hockey glove - all my fellow Canucks know what I mean, nothing quite like it on the planet, think wet leather, sweat and urine. The surest sign that winter is upon us.

    Especially after accidentally aging it (by forgetting to air it out after the last game) in a sealed hockey bag for four months. Mmmmm...Bauer...

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    Remember the old cooper leather gloves Ghost? Those smelled bad before you ever put them on!

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    LOL ... these are great!

    How about:

    Hippie Flakes: Smells like ass and patchoulie

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    Hippie Flakes

    That could be a breakfast cereal, too. If someone else pays for the milk.

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    Cow Paddy: Not to be confused with Cow Patty who carried an aroma all her own.

    Soiled Dove: The distinct aroma of ________ (fill in the blank: stale liquor, peanut shells and vomit, pickled eggs, (Oh Ho! There's a possible blend in itself.), gun smoke, etc. which should only be smoked in the presence of a rinky-tink piano and the sound of a roulette wheel in the background.

    Old Outhouse: 'nuff said!

    For you drag race fans: Burning Rubber

    Swamp Gas: The aroma would bring tears to eyes of transplanted Cajuns

    Land Fill: A very distinct taste and aroma having just a wisp of stale milk and a fillip of discarded diapers.

    Goalie's Cup: For those wishing something a bit stronger than Hockey Glove.

    Commuter: Diesel smoke with a hint of smog for the discerning L.A. commuter

    Paris Hilton: No real taste.

    Silent, But Deadly: Do I really need to describe this?

    A man without a shillelagh is a man without an expedient.
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    Fart. It smells like shit, but it tastes sooooo good.

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    Italian Restaurant: Tomato sauce, garlic and Romano cheese, with hints of espresso and spumoni.

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    Paris Hilton: No real taste

    Another winner

    Linden A tribute to the brave denizens of a great New Jersey town, and to the refineries where they toil. Should be smoked outdoors in a Chimney pipe or a cracking unit.

    Low Tide (Gives Swamp Gas a run for it's money).

    Oil Slick Another in the Natural Disasters series. Also try Floodwaters and Katrina Cleanup Now! With Rotting Beef!.

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    Goalies cup

    Warren, I love it!

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    That is a good one

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    Dog Pooh in a Bag: Interesting room note and very pungent when lighted. Halloween special!

    Capital Hill: A very pretentious blend, lacking in style with more than a soupcon insouciance.

    Insomnia: 100% nicotine. I don't care how many sheep you count, sleep is not an option.

    Brain Fart: A blend which evokes memories of, ah . . . ummmm, well it's a lot like, ahhhh, you know, that one in the blue . . . or is the . . . green tin? You know, it's . . . it's . . . I forget.

    Hot Dog: A nicely cased blend that contains a wee bit of everything no-one really should smoke. But . . . it tastes sooooo goooood! There's a mustard cased blend in the works.

    I'm done! At least for a while. I'm starting to really reach so I'll fill a bowl with some "Old Dub" and just enjoy this thread. It's a hoot!

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    Gotta have the Remembering Dad special cut- Its a blend of old spice and topped with wd40 but also stretched a bit with woodchips (to stretch it a bit) and maybe a touch of spearmint.

    Would come in a reused tin from some other expensive tabacco, OR in a reused coffee can.

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    Goldman's Oriental-a hint of my grandmother's chicken soup spiced with Ramen Asian flavoring. Will cure everything from column A to cancer.

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    Buttwoods smell like farts and burley

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    McClelland should add this one to their Craftsbury line...

    Frog Morton's Legs: With a just a touch of perique, butter, and garlic. Yummo!

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    Sausage pizza.

    But on a more doable note, I think a funky, musty, gamey mutton flavor would be great in a pipe.
    Actually, if you're patient and hit it with the right mouth chemistry going, McClelland bulk 2025 comes close now and then.
    They pull this off using Xanthi. Maybe I'll try a Xanthi/Izmir mix with Virginia. Roth! Get on this!

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    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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    Teaser: Nicely packaged, well shaped tin with minimal labeling. Just what the doctor ordered. But, after all the preliminaries, stripping open the package, enjoying aroma, fondling the product and packing it just right, you apply the heat and . . . it leaves you wanting. Not at all what the package promised.

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    If you consider Latakia aromatic, which many guys do - then the aro I'd like to see is a Latakia that is made NOT by hanging over burning oak...but instead by hanging over burning PEAT MOSS!

    "I said NO camels, that's FIVE camels...can't you count?!"
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    Bucket List: A blend made for the individual. Made up of everything you wanted to try, but time has nearly run out.

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    That's called "Best of the Rest"

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    Latakia is not a flavouring, it is a tobacco. So my response remains "none" !! LOL

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    Some of these are pretty good.

    What about PB&J? Or, just the PB, and you could add the J yourself. Strawberry, cherry, peach,

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    One of my favorite smells in the world - Hoppe's 9 solvent and Hoppe's 9 gun oil.

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    Oooh...Hoppes No. 9

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    Stumped Toe; it'll have you wide awake in the middle of the night, and hurts like hell to smoke!

    Side effects may include; hopping one one leg, swearing uncontrollably, crying like a baby.

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    woodsroad: "Best of the Rest" is followed closely by "Rest of the Best" You, my man, have a very discerning sense of humor.

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    "WD-40 BBQ" I'm not a blender so someone has their work cut out for them.

    " I always wanted to be somebody. Now I realize I should have been more specific. " - Lily Tomlin
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    [b]Seafood
    [b]Banana
    [b]Swamp
    [b]Cut grass
    [b]Beach
    [b]Pool (chlorine)

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    Burnt rubber and racing gas.
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    Fast and Furious: Believe me, this stuff will come back to bite you.

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    8. Spring Thaw (Road Harvest Blossom)

    Ha! I'm sorry. That one really got me.

    "I just try my best not to die. If I can't do that, then I can at least go out guns a blazin'."
    ~Mr. Fox
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    I love the bizarro directions that this thread takes.

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    Donair: an odd mix that doesn't look to appealing but smells delicious and tastes even better
    Mid East Sweat Shop a spicy aroma of sweat, onions and curry
    Head cheerleader on prom night hard to describe this one without out using uncivilised terminology
    Skunk that sweet yet acrid smell that reminds you of those times driving where you are not sure of whether you just drove past a dead one or a a crop of recreational herb's

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    Louisiana Hurricane
    smells like the bayou after a hurricane (including flooded septic systems and thawed-out freezers due to power outages- full of rotted shrimp/crawfish). Bites like a stirred-up alligator or water moccasin. The price per tin is highly inflated (like insurance claims).
    my apologies to Bradley

    “Apples for walking, and a pipe for sitting.”
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    College Finals smells like sex, paper, and disappointment.

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    I like the smell of sawdust and mink oil, but probably not in a pipe. Tequila?

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    How about greenish yellowish discharge from an open wound, you know that smell right before it turns into gangrene.

    Harris
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    A true Canadian blend - hockey playoff underwear
    Greasy and rich - KFC and gravy
    In honour of Bill Murray - KCCO fairway green clippings

    "Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong." - Corinthians 16:13
    "Let us be English or let us be French . . . and above all let us be Canadians." – Sir John A MacDonald
    "The world was to me a secret which I desired to divine." - Frankenstein, Mary Shelley
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    Old Sausage (firstly, everyone, guys and gals, get your minds out of the gutter): Nicely cased mix of light and dark tobaccos. Goes great with beer, but you don't want to see it made.

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    @Warren - they've already got that blend. It's called my ex-girlfriend.

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