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Vintage Capstan Review - March 2019

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  • Started 4 months ago by Kevin Godbee
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    Kevin Godbee

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    Here's a tasty review of a Vintage Capstan made by the Orlik / STG Factory back when they had the license for it. (The current incarnation is made by Mac Baren.) Read it and drool at the link below.
    http://pipesmagazine.com/blog/pipe-tobacco-reviews/capstan-original-navy-cut-flake-blue/

    Kyle did some awesome photos too!

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    Beautifully written and photographed!

    Don

    Posted 4 months ago #
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    Great article! Loved the quote, "My verdict on this import tin of Capstan Flake is glowing."

    Smoking aged Capstan is indeed a mind altering experience experience. Here is a post I did on the same topic a while back. Capstan aged 33 years!

    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/33-year-old-capstan-blue-perfection

    Neal
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    A fellow pipe clubber brought a 10 year old tin to a meet once.
    A pleasant experience indeed.

    Tobacco's a help because it clears the mind
    But like all your friends it is vilified
    They always say, the right amount's fine
    Posted 4 months ago #

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