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    There's an old saying "United we Stand, Divided we fall". New Zealand Briar Smokers are faced with the challenge of there being only a few of us spread out over a Great Distance. This can make the sharing of information rather hard.

    There's definitely issues that need to be dealt with such as the cost of buying tobacco and also legislation. We also need a social and support network for our fellow briar smokers. It would be interesting for fellow pipe smokers living in NZ, to join together as it would help with the spread of information.

    As a group we might be able to achieve better outcomes for our members then if we were to do things individually.

    I would be interested in hearing from fellow Brothers and sisters of the Briar in New Zealand who are interested in forming a Lodge of Pipe Smokers.

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    Great idea, drjohn and welcome to PM Forums!

    We have at least a few Kiwi members here, and the horror stories they tell us are truly heartbreaking.

    Strength in numbers! I wish you all the best and I hope you will continue to post here, and often.

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    I just was in NZ over Christmas. Beautiful country. I didn't see many smoke shops. But I hear that the smoking regulations that you have are similar to those in Australia and they were horrible.

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    You should be able to see a navigation bar at the top of this page that includes a "Members" option.
    Click on it and enter "new zealand" in the Find Members box, and you should come up with eight members.

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    Hi there.
    Im in Christchurch New Zealand, and getting mu first pipe very soon.
    Ive been hunting for ages for a place to purchase pipe tobacco and am comming up disapionted and empty.
    Im a young new mother who had to give up smoking whilst pregnant, but always enjoyed it. So now would like very much to start pipe smoking as a much needed relaxation and hobby.
    Please any info on where i can buy supplies and tobacco from, would be hugely appreciated.
    i have no idea about ordering from overseas, and just dont have the time (with a baby) to fuss around with customs.
    thank you all
    Leanne

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    Lea, you can order online. Send a PM to the OP here, drjohn, or to lazybugger, both are Kiwis and either of which, I am sure, will be more than happy to hook you up with the wherewithals of buying pipe tobacco, legally from the USA for shipment to you in New Zealand.

    And welcome to the PM Forums, girl!

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    Welcome Leanne. Glad to see you on here. I second Roth's suggestion to you.

    “I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs.”
    -Albert Einstein, 1950
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    Hello all
    I also live in New Zealand and have only just started smoking a pipe.
    I'm from Hamilton by the way but I spent quite a bit of time in Auckland during the week.
    I have looked into oversea order but it seems like the NZ custom could charge terrible duties and taxes for any small amount of tobacco shipped - over NZ$600 per kg I believe.
    Pipe tobaccos are rare to find locally and cost about 15 times the price it is in the US.

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    @ Allenz = as noted above in this thread, concerning purchasing pipe tobacco, you might want to PM drjohn or lazybugger.

    Good luck and welcome to PM Forums!

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    Thanks rothnh,
    One other thing, do the forum PM and the message in the profile page do the same? If not then which would be the better way to go?

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    Allenz,

    I click on "Send a Private Message" (in blue, beneath the poster's avatar), which takes me to the PM format that's already addressed to the recipient, then just type in the message I want and hit "send" at the bottom of the screen. You'll be notified via Email when there's a response and there'll also be a notice that you have a PM near the top right side of the PM Forums home page.

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    Lol hi guys I think this is an awesome idea and u cant count me in and as a standing offer to any kiwis or anyone at all really if my very very limited experiance can help or even if anyone just wants to try a couple tobaccoes before ordering pls ask I am happy to send whatever blends I happen to have and I have just had a few shipments come in and more on the way.haha are their really only 8 kiwis on the forums ?

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    i think we need more kiwi pipe smokers

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    Actually what would be really awesome is if a tobacco company or similar wanted to sponsor or "promote" in nz.... would go down really well in a "virgin" market

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    I just spent my honeymoon in Queenstown, Christchurch and Sydney. I wish I could move from USA to New Zealand. The best place I have ever been too. Unfortunately, finding a job in my profession might be a challenge so I will keep on visiting NZ as often as possible.

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    I am glad to see that there are other Kiwis here.

    I only smoke one or two pipes a week. Mainly because of the price. Fifty grams of Erinmore costs around $60 for 50 grams. Other brands can cost around $80-$90, and the selection we have is extremely limited. Very few shops sell pipe tobacco, and most of those that do only stock Erinmore and Borkum Riff.

    Larger cities have some tobacconists with larger product ranges that would typically include some Peterson, Ashton and Davidoff tobaccos, but gone are the days of tobacconists like Priddle Brothers in Wellington that stocked literally hundreds of blends.

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    Hi Kiwi pipe smokers! (and everyone else)

    Recently started growing my own tobacco and finding it not really suitable for rolling, purchased a pipe and am a new convert. (ridiculous NZ prices led to DIY)
    The stuff I've grown is very strong - it was air cured then lightly toasted, but as it was the first pipe tobacco I'd had, I like it It just tastes like tobacco, a bit 'cigar-ish' maybe.
    I plan to press and steam the next lot, keeping it natural without adding any casing flavours.
    Haven't got enough to really share around or swap etc - yet, but if there was a gathering I'd bring some for people to give their opinion.
    So yeah, hello! I'm in Auckland by the way.

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    hey guys...
    Im tim from new zealand being smoking a pipe for around about 10 years 5 years on and off and
    5 years full time ! Tobbaco purchasing is a bitch but theres ways around it !!! anyone in the auckland area?

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    +1

    Count me in.....collector and smoker of vintage briars.

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    G'day Gents, I'm in Auckland to, and a keen newbie to the pipe world, love my cigars and pipes but have lately enjoyed my pipe a lot more, who is in Auckland that can show a newbie the ropes? Tim mate would appreciate it if you could show me some ways around the general over the counter Borkum Riff and Erinmore. Looking forward in hearing from anyone.

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    Gday guys i see this is an old thread but if any of you are still here i'd like to catch up.
    I'm in westport but originally from christchurch i started smoking a pipe this year full time but tried it in my early teens.
    I can't afford to buy shop tobacco so i import legally and duty free whole leaf, costs me $72nz a pound delivered in 8-9 days.
    i have a couple of crappy chinese pipes i started with but im waiting on a stonehaven lovat from bpk pipes in czech replublic.
    i have an ALCO from falcon in restoration atm and i keep an eye on trade me for estate pipes when they come up
    i really want to make my own pipes and learn the pipe trade so ive stated buying tools to do so, i have just gotten a lathe in need of some more things to get it going over the next few months.
    hope to meet some fellow kiwis in here.
    cheers

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    Hi Kiwiazz74,
    You should contact this guy. Saw his website a few weeks ago. Says his business and website are for sale. Nelson’s not to far away.

    http://www.zemanpipes.com/

    As for me I’m in the north Is.

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    hey charf
    i emailed jan zeeman a while ago but diddn't get a reply so im thinking hes right out of the pipe scene which would be a shame.
    where are you getting your tobacco from? are you importing or buying local?

    Posted 9 months ago #
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    Hi guys, Im currently in chch but will soon be based in Dunedin. I also import tobacco leaf to make up my own blends, I think Im getting the hang of it now and starting to get some good results.

    kiwiazz - I occasionally get over to the Coast but usually hang out around Greymouth, unles we head up to Charleston for a bit of climbing or bush walking.

    Posted 9 months ago #
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    Since I'm a quill pen and parchment user, I shouldn't suggest anything involving technology, but might skype or conference call technology bring a pipe club together, with an actual meeting once or twice a year? You could even ring in great pipe men from overseas to give presentation/interviews.

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    I’m still learning how to conference call on the telephone!

    Kiwiazz, I’m getting my pipe tobacco from Canteros in Christchurch. They have an online shop and have added a lot of blends. Hand on RE-light required. They seem to be re-stocking regularly. Good communication to.

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    Hey guys, back into my pipes after a bit of a break and down in Christchurch now, I have started bringing in tobacco's again and fingers crossed have not had to pay any duties yet. Fortunately I still have a wee bit of tobbaco left ... Frog Morton's , shortcut to mushrooms ... black house although at the moment I am enjoying dark strong Kentucky and Vermont meat candy. Anyone fancies a sample of anything feel free to yell

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    Hey folks. I’m now in Auckland.

    I’ve looked at Canteros for cigars, but can’t bring myself to pay those prices yet. I have had reasonable luck ordering online, but only order what I know I can afford if I get hit with duty and taxes. Which means I don’t order often. My biggest ding so far has been $450 on a 300g order. Ouch.

    Best,

    Pat

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    Couple places in Auckland you can get cigars and pipe tobacco but such limited range and huge prices ... Prefer to take my chances and order from overseas. Who wants to pay $100 for a tin of Peterson's?. How you getting on with getting cigars in? I am looking to stock a small humidor for the Mrs,oddly enough she enjoys a cigar once or twice a year

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    Yall should setup a kiwi pipe smokers website to help organize. Maybe try to do group buys to see if you can get your cost down for tobacco.

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    Kiwi pipe-folk. If you’re interested in connecting with other NZ tobacco lovers, toss me a PM here. I have some experience in this regard and would be happy to coordinate something.

    — Pat

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    Welcome to the forum, Leanne, from north Fla. USA.

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    Always good to catch up with fellow pipe smokers and share the enjoyment of the hobby...can also pick up some really good tips and tricks

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    I have a small amount of tweksbury hobbits weed and shortcut to mushrooms by just for him ... Nicely aged as well if anyone is interested in a sample

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    Just ordered some GL Pease blends from 4Noggins. First purchase from an overseas online supplier versus the local one. I wonder if it will make it to my door? I heard recently the local online shop had one of his bulk shipments disappear between Customs and his doorstep. Stolen somewhere in the transportation corridor. Besides shop robberies for cigarettes I guess this is just another outcome because of the extreme excise taxes. Fingers crossed.

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    Good luck, Charf. Keep us posted on how your order goes.

    So far so good for me into AKL with that vendor.

    Although that was before the ownership transition.

    — Pat

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    FYI for those who mentioned it a couple months ago, Jan Zeman retired from pipe making several years ago. If you can score one, or come across a trove of them at an estate sale in NZ, you can probably sell them for good money on ebay. They are great pipes.

    Best of luck on your meeting up with fellow smokers.

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    NZ pipe smokers, you are needed in the 2018 Secret Santa!

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    My 3x 50g tins of GL Pease arrived from 4Noggins. Ordered on the 29th Oct, arrived on the 7th Nov via Dubai. Customs did not intercept it so including the postage (cheapest option) it cost me NZ$31 a tin. A whopping saving of about NZ$70-80 a tin. I would say it could be a bit hit and miss as to whether Customs intercept it or let it go through. I may have been lucky. If Customs had of intercepted it I would have had to pay excise tax and a customs fee. Then it would have cost about the same as if I had bought it from a local importer. However either way I got to obtain some blends that are not currently available here. The exchange rate was NZ$1=US$0.63 and I added a 3% credit card fee for the international transaction.

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    4 noggins has always been a standup company where shipping restrictions are concerned. Glad you dodged the taxman on this go.

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    Any New Zealand pipe smokers online that want a tin of Lane 1-Q and Cult Blood Red Moon. I have smoked a few bowls out of each tin and have had the baccy in jars since I opened the tins 4 months ago. I have now put it back in the original tins. After trying a few blends I have come to the conclusion that I am not an Aromatic smoker and there’s no point me keeping it. A few $ would be appreciated. Send me a PM if your interested and I will courier it to you.

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    Hey there Charf, whereabouts are you located? Im guessing South Island somewhere going by your avatar. I'm down in Dunedin. I could be keen on the Lane while I wait for 3 tins I've ordered from 4nogggins.

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    Hi Brassmknkey. Will PM you.

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    Very nice to know there are some of us in NZ. Very excited to meet you all

    Pierre
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    I think New Zealand pipe smokers are rarer than the Kakapo in my avatar.

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    So today I've got a little time on my hands and tried to imagine a logo for New Zealand Briar Society. I hope I am not stepping on any toes
    Here are some designs I made:




    Which would you prefer?

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    Nice job on the artwork. Overall I like the last one the best, mostly because the fern is a bit smaller and doesn't compete with the pipe so much. By the way where abouts are you located?

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    Thanks Brassmonkey for the compliments and feedback
    I am relocating to Christchurch at the end of the month.

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    The last one. Nice work!

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    2, 3 & 4 all look good! I’m in for a tee shirt! I’m down in Christchurch every 6 weeks usually on a week days. Maybe we can arrange a pipe club meeting.

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    Very glad you all liked it. Thanks
    I'm currently looking where to best have it made actually.
    And yeah definitely down for a club meeting

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    I will PM you before I come down to Christchurch next.

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    hi guys i forgot about this thread and found it again by accident, how are you all doing?
    i was thinking about starting a kiwi pipe smoking facebook page but have no idea how to admin or what settings to use in the group, maybe a new zealand briar society page. what do you guys think? would you all join? i moved to timaru last xmas and bugger it all i might be moving again down to waimate. let me know what you think of a FB page if someone can advise with admin id be happy to run it, sweet smokes to all you lot

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    Hi kiwiazz74, there are so few of us it may be an very small FB group. This forum is being upgraded this year I believe. Maybe it would be better to wait and see what the new forum page and features look like. Perhaps clubs could have sub-forum boards? Anyway after recent events in NZ I was thinking of chucking in my FB account. I am just about over all the negative BS that funnels into it.

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    Hey kiwiazz. That’s not a bad idea but there are only a few pipe smokers I know of, perhaps it would bring a few more out of the woodwork. If you are keen to then start a page up and see what happens, could be good to arrange meet-ups from time to time.

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    Great idea Kiwiazz.
    I havent been using facebook anymore for the last 5 years or so but I agree it may attract more kiwi pipe smokers.
    Charf, I think the forum will get update come June or something?

    Anyway, as I am new in NZ, it is not actually illegal to smoke to smoke in public is it? This is only my second week in Chch and I always get strange looks everytime walking down the streets with my pipe clenched

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    Hi guys,
    Does anyone have any experience ordering from smokingpipes.com to NZ?
    I saw that their shipping option is quite cheap.

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    its not illegal to smoke in public but the PC brainwashed anti tobacco folk will throw stones at you for doing it.
    i get looks as well i dont care, bugger them, i dare anyone to hassle me to my face about smoking i like to hassle back about alcohol, if i had as many drinks as ive had smokes id be fully dead.

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    Had to go to Thames yesterday to visit the in-laws. My 2 girls when for a walk up Main Street. At the vegan cafe they saw “an old guy” smoking a pipe with his coffee on their street side tables. They thought it was interesting so they stole a photo of home to show me. Prior to me pipe smoking they probably wouldn’t have noticed. Thought it was quite funny.

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    cool, i get heaps of looks most people laugh at me

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    do any of the kiwis on here have any ideas on what i could label a box of 25 big fat cigars for customs?
    i cant think of anything atm that looks like a bundle of sticks

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    do any of the kiwis on here have any ideas on what i could label a box of 25 big fat cigars for customs?
    i cant think of anything atm that looks like a bundle of sticks

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