Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 467

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 467

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 467! Our featured interview tonight is with retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Devo Devereaux. Devo has collected pipes from all over the world, and done pipe restoration. We’ll talk about that as well as pipe smoking, and flying unmanned aircraft. At the top of the show, we have another installment in our series on three must-try tobaccos within a specific genre. Tonight’s tobacco style is Heavy Latakia Blends. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Retired Air Force Colonel Devo Devereaux
Retired Air Force Colonel Devo Devereaux

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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2 Responses

  • A truly fascinating and wide-ranging conversation with Lt. Col. (ret.) Devo.
    I also really enjoyed the wonderful Paul Kelly and Cary Kocher Quartet. An under appreciated group. The easy and fluid interplay of Cary’ vibes and Paul’s bass is perfect for a night with pipe and slippers.
    Getting advice about Latakia blends from you is like hearing the virtues of group 1 pipes from Rich Esserman. But, thanks for trying.

  • Another good show.
    I didn’t care much for your recommendations of heavy Latakia blends until the last one. Nightcap just stands the test of time. I am amazed the the various blenders have basically left it alone.
    Your guest was articulate and sensible. Really enjoyed the way he described the air force. Just a bunch of guys hanging out and blowing things up on occasion. As an artillery guy I am not very fond of the air force guys myself, but when you need those guys they can be a gift from God. Provided it doesn’t cause them to miss their afternoon tee time. Then they get a little grumpy.