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  • Started 5 years ago by Love the briar
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    I love the strongest pipe tobacco I can put my hands on in the morning. Normally it's Penzance, pirate kake, are dunhill knight cap. Does anyone have any suggestion?

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    5 Brothers should give you a nic kick

    Kent

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    Ok thanks, is that the name are the maker? I normally have to revert to other forms of nicotine carriers after the pipe. Just can't seem to get enough from the pipe these days. I don't normally like to grab a pipe to get that fix, I like a pipe for the taste the relaxing motion and to relax and enjoy the pipe fully. But I love pipe tobacco so much I find myself grabbing the pipe more and more often in the early a.m.

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    Jack Knife Plug always gets me going on those sluggish mornings.

    My soul has had enough chicken soup, it needs more TESD podcast.
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    Ok who makes it and that's the name of the blend right. Thanks

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    G.L. Pease blends Jack Knife Plug.

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    Peterson's Irish Flakes comes to mind.

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    I've been enjoying H&H Daybreak as a morning smoke on yard work days...



    "De gustibus non est disputandum."
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    If heavy nicotine is your thing for the morning then Peterson Irish Flake, Samuel Gawith Brown Rope no 4 and XX Black Twist are what you are looking for. Those three are at the top of the food chain nicotine wise.

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    I forgot about Irish Flake. Blat. Try some of that stuff; it's sure to knock your socks off.

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    If Harris' suggestion of Samuel Gawith Brown Rope no 4 and XX Black Twist are still a bit too light to completely float your Cheerios, try Tambolaka from Rich @ 4 Noggins:

    http://www.4noggins.com/Tambolaka-100-g.aspx

    Approach Tambolaka with caution. Full stomach, sweet drink accompaniment, small bowl, sipping very slowly required.

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    Hey hey! Try some SG 1792. That will put hair on your chest! Love this thread.

    “Apples for walking, and a pipe for sitting.”
    ― Samwise Gamgee
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    Samuel Gawith Brown Rope no 4

    Just kidding guys.


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    05's suggestion, Five Brothers, seems good, since it burns fast, so you can get a kick and keep moving. It's sufficiently
    bracing with nicotine. For me, I like to spend time with Nightcap. It has some nice blending going on, some nuance,
    so though it does have an N kick, it is also worth savoring. I wouldn't do it in the a.m. for that reason, but it would
    cheer me up, I guess. Five Brothers is about the thriftiest tobacco going.

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    BBF if I'm not in a hurry. Peterson's Irish flake if I am (it needs no drying and it is easy to rub) and I want a bit of a kick

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    Daughters & Ryan's Picayune is very strong, and has Perique and Samsun leaf. It's a tastier version of 5 Brothers shag.
    For me, though, it's the Gawith & Hoggarth twists/ropes.

    I find myself sitting idly on the line dividing past and future,
    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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    Samuel Gawith Brown No. 4 Kendall Twist all the way.

    "I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgment in all human affairs." -Albert Einstein
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    Samuel Gawith Brown Rope #4 all the way.

    If the Gawith brown twist is stronger than the Gawith black Irish X then it must be a power house that I need to try too. I smoked the black Irish X in a larger bowl and ended up with a good 'ol nicotine buzz that I didn't see coming my way.

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