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Boswells Pipers Pleasure

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  1. aro222

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    has anyone tried this stuff i just ordered some based on reviews and reputation
    it is a boswell after all and they havent let me down yet

    Keep calm...smoke a pipe.
    Posted 1 year ago #
  2. mcitinner1

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    Hello aro222. Please see rule 9 about proper capitalization and punctuation.

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  3. lasttango

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    Piper's Pleasure is a very nice Aromatic. You'll love it. No Bite Delight is another good Aromatic from them. Here is a pretty good link to reviews if you haven't seen it. Some members here contribute: http://www.tobaccoreviews.com/browse

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  4. aro222

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    Anybody know where I can see a copy of the rules
    I’d like to review them so I don’t piss off anymore people here on the forums with my improper capitalization and punctuation

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  5. cortezattic

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    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/forum-rules-read-before-posting-please-1

    BTW, don't feel like you have to walk on eggshells around here. This is a very relaxed place. The rules just help shape the forum's culture.

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    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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  6. lazar

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    One of my favorite blends, and probably by fav aro. Definitely a desert island one for me. A lot of Boswell's aros are really good, but there's something about PP....

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    A former YT pipe presenter; Anthony (PipeLawyer), smoked that stuff all the time, and raved about how it was a great aromatic. I've never had any, but I've had a couple of Boswell blends that were very good. I've never heard any bad things about Boswell blends.

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  8. aro222

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    Walking on eggshells is exactly how i felt after reading that post.
    Rather than posting something i would later regret in response to that, i smoked a pipe and waited till this morning to respond. I was under the impression that this community was filled with calm easy going gentleman interested in enjoying some very friendly banter about our wonderful hobby. If i have to watch every letter that i post with such great detail, the experience of being able to kick back and relax while chatting with friends is soured.
    I am not one to go against the grain, and i am also a new member here so i realize i have no right to complain.
    I will follow the rules to the best of my abilities because up until now, since i have joined , my experience with all other members has been wonderful. " Walking on eggshells" Such a shame...

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  9. drrock

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    Recently finished my first couple ounces of Boswell’s Pipers Pleasure & loved it. Easy to put in your pipe & puff away. Tastes great & the room note is outstanding. Didn’t leave any goop in my pipes. Try it & post your own impressions.
    I’ve tried a number of the Boswell aromatics & they’re all terrific. They may be a bit more expensive than other bulk offerings, but they’re worth every penny for me. If you like aromatics, don’t miss Christmas Cookie, No Bite DeLite, & Rum River.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  10. aro222

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    I will keep you posted once i recieve my order.
    I've got apple streudel,cupcake,no bite delite,pipers pleasure and rum river on the way
    Should be interesting
    Thanks for all the feedback gentleman
    cheers

    Posted 1 year ago #
  11. folanator

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    Have several Boswell pipes. Really like their stuff.

    The first rule about the rules is that you don't talk about the rules.
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    Posted 1 year ago #
  12. aro222

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    Hey guys i've recieved my order finally and tried a couple blends
    Pipers pleasure is absolutely fantastic. Boswell really nailed it on that one.
    Also tried the rum river and it was ok but didnt blow my mind.
    I think next will be no bite delite, looking forward to it keep you posted
    Cheers

    Posted 1 year ago #
  13. kola

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    aro22, personally, a few typos and uncapped letters don't tick me off at all but occasionally we get a few guys whose spelling, sentence structure, etc are practically unreadable ghetto-babble. McTinner could have delivered his message a bit softer and actually answered your question regarding aromatics but well....whatever. OTOH, rules are rules. And whoever creates the forum makes the rules.

    I can't say I'm a fan of Boswells aromatics including PP. I find them goopy, hot and far from quality leaf. On rare occasion I enjoy Samuel Gawith Firedance or their Chocolate Flake lightened up with some extra SG Full Virginia Flake or Best Brown Flake which tnes down the "aro-ness."

    OTOH If you'd asked me this question 12-15 years ago I'd tell you I loved Boswells aro's as I smoked a lot of them.

    I treat people the way they treat me. It's that simple.
    Posted 1 year ago #
  14. aro222

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    hey kola thanks for the response
    I am a big aro smoker and have tried many blends. S&G chocolate flake is good but i prefer bob's chocolate flake.
    As far as Boswells is concerned... I am really enjoying there blends so far. They smoke cool and I haven't found them to be goopy at all. Unlike the sutliff stuff (molto dolce). I still have a couple more tins of boswells which I have not tried yet in the cellar, so time will tell, but so far so good. The best part of this hobby is variety. Whats good for me may not be your slice of pie, but thats o.k. Thats what makes this so interesting and fun at the same time.
    Enjoy your smoke brother and keep 'em lit
    cheers

    Posted 1 year ago #
  15. lazar

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    Funny how tastes vary - one of the things that appeals to me most about Boswell's is that they are super smooth and cool burning. They might be too smooth for some, though. A couple are almost like vaping.

    "ghetto-babble"?

    Posted 1 year ago #

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