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The holy trinity - Recommendations

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  1. piperbole

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    Hi all,

    New pipe smoker, currently smoking Condor ready rubbed, which I'm really enjoying. Full bodied smoke wakes me up in the morning and sends me to sleep at night. But I know this is only the beginning.

    I'm already prepping for my pay-day splurge. I want to ideally buy three tobaccos that will hit the spot. Any more I feel would be overkill for the senses.

    I want to know: what's your holy trinity? Your three tobaccos you would take with you when the world ends and you're extradited to Mars.

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    My top 3 are GRANGER, Orlik Golden Slice and P.S. Luxury Bullseye Flake.

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    Orlik golden sliced, Capstan blue, Peterson Old Dublin

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    I have more than 50 blends in jars, that randomly get smoked.

    You should try different types of tobacco blends, English, Virginia, Virginia/Perique, even aromatics. Once you find what you enjoy, then branch out with what you enjoy.

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    All of the above. I'd add Tabac-Manil Semois thick cut (if you do burley); Peter Stokkebye Luxury Navy Flake and English Luxury; and for an aromatic change of pace, Sir Walter Raleigh Aromatic which is burley based with Virginia and flavored with three liqueurs.

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    At the moment it'd be Old Joe Krantz, GH Dark Birds Eye and Savinelli Doblone d'Oro (subject to change depending on how long till lift off).

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    My top three are Mac Baren HH Old Dark Fired, GL Pease Westminster and Cornell & Diehl Three Friars.

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    Currently Black Frigate, PS Luxury Navy Flake, and Crooner

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    Now why did I know when I read the OP's post that he was going to get 23,539,083 choices?

    Piperbole, just forget what everyone else is telling you and get a tin of Murray's era Dunhill Royal Yacht and parfait it with Five Brothers and you'll be good to go for the rest of your life.

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    Mso - Walter Raleigh has been recommended to me on more than one occasion I believe that might make my list.

    Stud - I must admit my plan of having everyone recomment the same three tobaccos kind of backfired.

    Its really great to see the variance in answers though, variance is important to me and its fantastic to hear everyone's holy trinity.

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    C&D's Pegasus
    C&D's Yorktown
    SG Squadron Leader

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    Well, if the question is the three blends I could happily smoke forever, my answer stands. If it's what three blends I think you should get, the answer changes, I think we could all agree to some stalwarts, like a straight VA flake, a medium English, and a burley blend of some sort.

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    Father Dempsey’s Blend
    Watch City Slices
    Uhle’ Blend OO

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    I will list three blends that are part of my cellar and cellared deep.
    These are all readily available, no point in listing unobtanium.
    Capstan Blue Flake
    Escudo
    Mac Baren Old Dark Fired.

    Harris
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    F&T Vintage, F&T Cut Blended Plug, and PS Luxury Twist Flake.

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    Capstan Blue
    Granger
    McConnell London Shag VA.

    Don't worry, you'll stockpile your "favorites" now and then in a year, you'll be chasing down something completely different. Onward!

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    Orlik golden sliced,
    Rattray's marlin flake
    and SG squadron leader.

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    J. F. Germain & Son - Germain's Brown Flake
    Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG) - Escudo Navy De Luxe
    G. L. Pease - Abingdon (Classic Collection)

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    Tough to choose only 3 but:

    Seattle Pipe Club - Plum Pudding Special Reserve
    Gawith, Hoggarth, & Co - Dark Flake unscented
    Solani - 656 Aged Burley Flake

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    Actually, Condor in not the beginning or the end, Condor is alpha and omega. Your good, no need to keep searching, you’ve already found the best.

    Okay, more realistically you need to add 1792 Flake, Dark Flake scented , Skiff Mixture and Revor Plug to your rotation but never, never go without Condor... I personally prefer the plug. Another favorite of mine is St. Bruno, it’s in the same ball park as Condor but they have enough differences that they’ve both earned a place in my daily rotation.

    Piperbole

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    Of course you're going to get individual preference. My current rank would be C&D Red Odessa, C&D Stratfordshire, & Old Dark Fired.

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    Condor RR
    Condor Plug
    Conniston Cut Plug
    1792...................Now your good for the rest of your life...

    "the weez"...
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    At this moment, and leaving out any unobtanium blends:

    Marlin Flake
    Mac Baren HH Burley Flake
    Hearth & Home Anniversary Kake

    This list will probably be different in a month

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    Black Frigate, Yenidje Highlander, and McClelland 40th Anniversary.

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    Gawith & Hogarth Dark Flake scented, tobac Manil thick cut, GLP Gaslight.

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    Oh, Lord. Only 3. -sigh- OK, I'll try.

    Black Frigate
    Chimney Smoke [an aromatic house blend from a shop in Gatlinburg TN, close to one I blended when managing a shop in MD back in the '70s]
    3 Nuns Yellow

    Bill

    Head Black Frigate keelhauler, boss powder monkey, & troublemaker 1st class.
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    Quiet Nights
    Old Dark Fired
    Telegraph Hill

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    Nightcap - me dwindling stash!
    Hal O' the Wynd
    Old Dublin

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    Granger? Really? Interesting. Need to put this on the list.

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    @hawky454
    your recommendations are exactly my favorites except I have never tried Skiff but include GH Dark birdseye

    yep I also recommend

    Condor
    St bruno
    Dark Flake Scented ( flake as unfortunately Plug no longer available)
    revor plug
    1792 flake

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    1) GH Dark Birdseye or Dark Plug, but MacBaren HH ODF will do if GH isn't stocked (they fluctuate and I don't want to miss the damn ship!)

    2) A coin cut virginia/perique - ideally Cabbie's Mix but Escudo will do if nothing else is around

    3)I would have said McClelland here. There was a time I would have said Dunhill nightcap or flake. There was another time I would have said plum pudding, but probably the best thing about the world ending will be that there won't be any more sutliff blends. I'm going to put Haunted Bookshop here and surprise the hell out of myself at how this list rounded out. My stash is all virginia flakes and english blends and look at what dumb me listed.

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    I have to say though, rereading the original post, in this reality I probably only smoke cigars - if I'm being extradited I must have already started my life of crime

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    Capstan Blue
    Peterson Old Dublin
    MacBaren Golden Extra

    List subject to change

    Since I smoke more blends in that in one day, however....

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    Sutliff 515RC-1
    GL Pease Jack Knife Plug
    Cornell & Diehl Black Frigate

    Those are my top favorites at the moment.

    Some runner ups would be:

    GL Pease Stratford
    SPC Plum Pudding
    Macbaren HH Old Dark Fired

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    After much consideration:

    Marlin Flake
    Black Frigate
    Sutliff Edgeworth Match

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    When cost/availability is no issue:
    Heinrich's Curly Block
    Marlin Flake (my only jar is 2005, so I've never had it fresh)
    Solani 656 ABF

    Otherwise:
    Bullseye Flake
    HH Burley Flake
    Haunted Bookshop/Old Dark Fired

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    @PaulG, haha, I always knew you had good taste! I didn’t realize how similar ours was though. I could also add Dark Birds Eye to the list!

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    Margate, Skiff Mixture, Samarra

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    So, you're starting out with the new version of Condor, which has been said to taste like sucking pigeon farts straight from the bird's ass, by many devout fans of Condor. I kind of like the new, but I really liked the original better. It had more of a suntan lotion aroma to it.
    If you like Condor, you should try the new War Horse Green and Red, and you'll definitely want to give Peterson's 3P plug a try.

    Michael
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    Right now it would be

    G.L. Pease Cumberland
    SG Full Virginia Flake
    C&D Autumn Evening

    with close alternatives

    Rattray's Old Gowrie
    Capstan Blue
    Macbaren Bold Kentucky

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    Margate (Esoterica);
    Father Dempsey’s Blend (Kramer)
    Smyrna (Std. Tobacco of PA)

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    So far..........(my pipe smoking is in it's infancy)

    Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding
    Esoterica Dunbar
    G & P Stoney's Blend

    I'll let you know the three blends I replace these with by next month, haha.

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    Unarguable... Mirepoix, though Soffritto is a close second.

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    Capstan (Blue or Yellow)
    Robert Mc. Scottish Cake
    My own Blend, Big Coin (Escudo), Paul Olsen, STG.

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    So, you're starting out with the new version of Condor, which has been said to taste like sucking pigeon farts straight from the bird's ass

    Lol. Do you really notice that much of a difference? I think the whole thing is more hyperbole (piperbole) than anything.
    If you like Condor, you should try the new War Horse Green and Red

    Sorry, but I just couldn’t disagree with you more. There are far better real European blends to try out there rather than these American attempts at trying to make a European style blend. I say go for the real deal. But of course a lot of people like the new War Horse Bars so yeah, Godspeed. I just don’t think they taste European at all. Totally agree on your suggestion for 3P’s though.

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    A really nice VA/ per is Telegraph Hill
    another I like Virginia oriental to try is Cario
    Lastly I really enjoy bayou morning

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    1. Dunhill (Light) Flake, however Capstan Blue is a close second and Sutliff 507-C is decent, cheap, and comes in bulk

    2. Lane Ltd. Ready Rubbed

    3. C&D Mountain Camp

    These would cover my main three bases of Virginia, Burley, and English. Luckily, pipe smoking is not like the church and I can pay homage to more than just the Trinity!

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    I would need a straight virginia like FVF or Capstan Blue or Dunhill Flake.
    Then I'd need a virginia with some condiment like St James Flake or Hal o' The Wynd.
    On top of those I'd want a strong blend to make me drowsy in the evening. Right now my favorite is Lakeland Dark, but it could also be Royal Yacht, Irish Flake or 1792 Flake.

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    I've got about 15-20 sample tobaccos now, and I've found myself swaying to the darker blends.

    Squadron Leader, Perfection are my clear favourites at the moment with Peterson Sherlock Holmes closely following.

    Josh

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    1. Escudo
    2. Capstan
    3. Red Rapparee

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    For bulk it is Engine 99, and I cannot decide just two out of the tinned ones.

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    Escudo, Jackknife Plug and Larsen 1864. Ask me next month and my list will probably change.

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    Jack Knife Plug
    Sutliff 515 RC-1
    MacBaren Navy Flake

    Did I win?

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    I'll try and keep it to what's readily available:

    Orlik Sliced
    Escudo
    Solani Silver

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    Old Dublin
    Old Dublin
    Old Dublin

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    Granger? So many seem to like this old OTC...which is rather surprising. Maybe I can find a pouch in the wild.

    "If you resolve to give up smoking, drinking and sex, you don't actually live longer; it just seems that way."
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    Warhorse Ready Rubbed
    Escudo
    Orlik Golden Sliced

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    I'll try to keep it limited to those already suggested to maybe narrow it down a bit (and some alternatives depending on availability):

    Orlik Golden Sliced (Or Stokkebye LNF/LBF)
    Solani Aged Burley Flake (or MacBaren Old Dark Fired)
    Bengal Slices (or SPC Plum Pudding or GLP Gaslight)

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    Since listening to Mark Ryan on a few venues, I have gained respect for his acumen. I trust D&R and enjoy several of their offerings.
    In the 'trinity' category, I consider VA, Burley, and Perique to be the quintessential elements of some of our favorite blends.
    D&R : 3 Sails
    D&R : TwoTimer
    D&R : Picayune

    Each can be smoked as presented and they will all play with each other in various delightful ways depending on ratio.

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    No HU blends? I don't know what my trinity would be but HU Director's Cut would be included.

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    I could choose three today but it would probably be a different three tomorrow.

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    C&D Pegasus
    GH Kendall Dark Shag
    GLP Triple Play

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    Granger is Kentucky rough cut burley with a subtle molasses flavoring, quite tobacco forward. It only comes in a tub these days, after a century of offering pouches too. It's not expensive, around thirty bucks for 12 ounces, and if you don't like it at first, you may later when you give it some age. Another classic burley that comes in a pouch is Five Brothers, with a nic kick. Also the new Amphora Burley that I just sampled is quite good. Maybe a little better than that. C&D Billy Budd is a non-aro blend with cigar leaf, a good intro to cigar leaf in a pipe blend -- no cigar experience but mighty fine in its own right.

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    Any of Rattray's Vapers, I am loving Old Gowrie right now.
    As it is summer I smoke Orlik Golden Slices weekly,
    Esoterica Brighton is my favorite all day smoke anytime of year.

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    At time of writing it would be:
    Samuel Gawith - Full Virginia Plug
    Samuel Gawith - St. James Plug
    J.F. Germains - Brown Flake

    Chris

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    My current top 3 are
    Seattle Pipe Club - Plum Pudding
    Pirate Kake
    Drucquer & Sons Levant Mixture

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    Currently, SPC plum pudding, 4th generation family reserve, and PS LBF. Got enough there to have a huge flavor mix up and what I could be happy with for the rest of my life (for now).......although I think I would need to add a 4th, pure VA. I just had about 5 I rotate that at the moment, I couldn't pick between....

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    PS Luxury Bullseye Flake
    Mac Baren HH Burley Flake
    Rattray’s Marlin Flake

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    Granger
    Fusiliers Ration
    Old Dark Fired

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  70. crawdad

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    Nice to see some Granger love

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