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Quiet Nights....Finally!

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  • Started 1 year ago by johnbarleycorn
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  1. johnbarleycorn

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    So I have finally opened a tin of GLP Quiet Nights. I have read all the glowing reviews but had so many other good English blends open that I just never got around to it. But tonight with a glass of Jameson’s and listening to “The Who - Sell Out” I am giving it a try in my birth year Dunhill. All I can say is “why have I been depriving myself of this blissful smoke?”. I have a new fave!

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    GLP Quiet Nights is a great smoke.

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    Quiet Nights Gaslight Nightcap

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    I had to choose between opening a tin of quiet nights or a tin of gaslight. Quiet Nights won out but I feel like gaslight will be opened very soon.

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    I love Quiet Nights! Gaslight is great as well.

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    I'll have to take a look at the profile at one of our sponsors. Haven't encountered that one yet. So many on hand!

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    I need to go back to my jar of quiet nights. I did enjoy it, it had a great creamy smoke, if that makes sense.

    Gaslight is great as well.

    They are both good for sure..

    For tho' at my simile many may joke,
    Man is but a pipe—and his life but smoke.
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    Quiet Nights = Virginia, Orientals, Latakia and a touch of Perique. FYI.

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    It's my favorite blend by far.

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    Quiet Nights is a good one! I'm a fan of GLP in general, but that one is silky smooth with a nice nip of spice occasionally coming through. A seemingly impossible and contradictory combo, but he really pulled it off. Gaslight is also good, the best way I can describe that one is smokey butter. Odd descriptions, but fitting I believe.

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    One of my epiphany smokes was a bowl of quiet nights in a MM general cob. Sounds like you’re enjoying your bowl as well. Rock on.

    I'm an expert in my own opinion
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    mso489 says:


    Quiet Nights = Virginia, Orientals, Latakia and a touch of Perique.

    Quiet Nights sounds similar to Nightcap and Engine 99.

    "My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey." -- William Faulkner

    The Metal Mixtures
    Posted 1 year ago #

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