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Thanksgiving: After you feasted, what did you smoke?

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  1. lasttango

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    I packed an elf-cobbit churchwarden with a full bowl of Dan Tobacco's Devil's Holiday and puffed slowly for about thirty minutes. It was bliss...
    Then I did dishes.

    my next two bowls were:
    Boston's Best from Peretti's and Le Petite Robin from Tabac Manil...

    A man that hoards up riches and enjoys them not, is like an ass that carries gold and eats thistles.
    -Richard Burton
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    Orlik Golden Sliced in a Mark Twain. Perfect.

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    L.J. Peretti Co.'s Thanksgiving Day blend in my estate silver-banded Peterson Mark Twain second.

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    Villiger After Dinner, of course, in a Sasieni Oom Paul

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    How is this year's Peretti's TG Blend? I have a big slice... but haven't dug into it yet... it it really sweet? Does the tobacco come through well?

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    Savinelli 140th Anniversary - MM Great Dane

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    Warhorse Bar in a falcon.

    "I know a man who gave up smoking, drinking, sex, and rich food. He was healthy right up to the day he killed himself."
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    Blockade Runner in a Freehand

    Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes
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    "How is this year's Peretti's TG Blend?"

    I do not know, as mine is at least four years old. It has aged beautifully, and provided a delightful smoke.

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    Salty dogs in an Ashton Bulldog.

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    PS Proper English in a BC straight blast billiard

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    1791

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    I wish I could smoke some Alka-Seltzer, but I settled for some Blackpool in an old BBB Two Star Dublin. I think it actually made me feel better!

    The pipe smoker formerly know as agnostic pipe
    "Fried food, hard liquor, and tobacco, that's the holy trinity!"- Stacy Keach
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    I had a bowl of Carter Hall for my after feast smoke.

    "The value of tobacco is best understood when it is the last you possess, and there is no chance of getting more."
    Bismark
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    Carter Hall directly before. I still am too full to consider the regular breathing smoking a pipe would take. I'll get there in a bit, I'm sure.

    "We have an unspoken, mutual understanding to ignore the things we hate about each other so we can continue to enjoy the things we love about each other."
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    C&D Corn Cob Pipe and a Button Nose. In a MM Legend. This is a great pipe tobacco. Love the stuff.

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    Had a pipefull of McClelland 5100 Red Cake, in a new Mooshine XXX Devil Anse. Fantastic!

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    PSLBF in a Molina bent.

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    War Horse Bar in my Savinelli Rustica Billard.

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    A 50/50 mix of ODF and Black XX Twist in a bent Neerup apple.

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    I have found that cornbread dressing and Capstan blue are p.d.g. together. The former with a spoon, the latter with a Castello Old Antiquari.

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    War Horse Bar in my Savinelli Rustica Billard

    @prariedruid - how do you like the Warhorse? I've yet to try it, but find it very intriguing from the description

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    Warhorse bar in a Dunhill group 3.

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    I've been alternating between Regents Flake and Sliced Black Twist all week. Yesterday was more of the same.

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    Smoked a lot of Ennerdale Flake in a Neerup Structure.

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    Hope everyone had a good day yesterday, and got their fill of turkey. I had two dinners yesterday, one at noon and one at 5pm, so I definitely got my fill of great food. Before the Turkey festivities started I had a bowl of Lane Limited Dark Red in my Peterson Sherlock Holmes Squire Bulldog.

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    Gurkha Statis

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    Boy, the whole day was indulgence. I broke out the Angler's Dream for morning coffee. While not my usual poison, I found an old pouch of Sir Walter Raleigh that was getting a little crispy, still in the cellophane; I smoked out of this for morning rounds and errands. I liked it well enough I'll finish off the pouch. As kitchen activities commenced, I got into some leftover Middleton Apple (more for nostalgic room note than anything else). Dinnertime included two homemade cigarettes made with a 40/40/20 mix of Kentucky, blond Virginia and Oriental, one before the start of dinner and one between helpings. They were a good match for the Michigan Riesling chosen to complement the turkey. I had a Perdomo Reserve Champagne Noir for the after-dinner walk. By the time the pumpkin pie was polished off, I felt like keeping it to something mild, so I had a bowl of Frog Morton Across the Pond.

    It was glorious.

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    @prariedruid - how do you like the Warhorse? I've yet to try it, but find it very intriguing from the description

    I really like it. Nothing quite like it; been smoking it once a day on a full stomach, this horse has a big kick.

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    Gawith & Hogarth Black and Brown.

    Strong tobacco and Virginia flavor with a nice hint of chocolate for the after dinner sweet tooth.

    I humbly reserve the right to post an intuitive thought here ... When ONE comes to mind.
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    C&D's Autumn Evening in an Eric Nording Spruce Matte Freehand and then a cigar.

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    Gaslight

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    After feasting with the wife's family out in Indiana I enjoyed a large bowl of Edleez (out of Albany, NY) Balkan Sobranie bulk blend in a Morgan Pipes Blackjack Chunky Anse. It was a delightful post eating frenzy smoke and got me out of a room with about 40 people warming it up too much. The following day was another feast celebrating 60 years of marriage for my wife's grandparents. After that meal, a bowl of stuffed Peter Heinrichs Dark Strong Flake in a Nording. There were approximately 80 people that time, so the room was far too hot and the flakes lasted much longer.

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    After eating way more than I should have, I rolled out to the porch and packed a bowl of C&D Autumn Evening and then some P.S. Luxury Twist Flake.

    "Responsibility, sacrifice, hard work, patience, compassion, love. This is manliness." - BGM
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    I enjoyed a Cuban Cohiba Siglo III. Delightful.

    Posted 2 years ago #

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