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Where to buy Creme Brûlée

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  • Started 3 years ago by shaintiques
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  1. shaintiques

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    Ok so come to find out that a house blend at one of the shops is actually just Creme Brûlée produced by Scandanavian Tobacco Group. Anyone know where I can buy this in bulk or if it is called something else?

    I know what I need, smoke, I can't recall the last time I tasted it....Gandalf in the mines of Moria.

    "we shall have to share pipes, as good friends must at a pinch'....'I keep a treasure or two near my skin, as precious as rings to me. Here's one: my old wooden pipe. And here's another an unused one...He held up a small pipe with a wide flattened bowl, and handed it to Gimli. 'Does that settle the score between us', said Merry. 'Most noble hobbit, it leaves me deep in your debt."
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    It's on Back order at P&C (a lot of stuff is) but SP has it at $25/lb. It's a pretty popular aromatic.

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  3. pipesmokingtom

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    SP seems to have it.

    Is Sutliff made by Scandinavian Tobacco Group? I thought it was a Mac Baren thing.

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    I've been smoking quite a bit of this since I got some in the mail last week. It's good with coffee. Makes it hard for me to say I don't like aromatics...

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Ruth's Chris has awesome creme brûlée!!!

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    Ruth's Chris has awesome creme brûlée!!!

    Yes, but can you put it in a corn cob and smoke it?

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    I knew there'd be a dessert reference before long! My question is: Is it—the tobacco— topped with a sugar glaze that's been heavily fired?

    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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    topped with a sugar glaze that's been heavily fired?

    It's topped with a sugar glaze that is left for you to heavily fire!

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    It's really good, honestly. I mean, it's a sticky sumbitch, but it tastes really good especially on the retro hale. It turns an ugly corner if you chug on it, but it's right tasty if you treat it right. Smells great in a room, too.

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    It's really good, honestly. I mean, it's a sticky sumbitch, but it tastes really good especially on the retro hale.

    Are you talkin' dessert, or tobacco? I've never tried a retrohale on a mouthful of crême brulée, but next time at a nice French restaurant, en garde!

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    Hot custard and shards of caramelized sugar out the nose doesn't necessarily sound great - but I'll try anything once!

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    Tom, I'm certain you can put in a bowl and smoke it.

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    I recently saw somebody thinking out loud that Sutliff Creme Brûlée was the bulk version of Molto Dolce. Can anybody confirm?

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    That was me thinking out loud. And anyone that could confirm probably won't, since one is about 100% more expensive than the other.

    Like I said in that thread though, they are close enough for the likes of me.

    Posted 3 years ago #

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