Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 486

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 486

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 486! Tonight we have Rich Esserman back with us. Rich was on last week, and we want to thank him for jumping in at the last minute as our scheduled guest had a last minute conflict. Rich is quite well known in the hobby. He has been smoking, collecting, and writing about pipes for over 40-years, and he is best known for collecting large-size Dunhill pipes. He also never runs out of interesting things to talk about with pipes and tobaccos. At the top of the show we have “Ask the Tobacco Blender” with Jeremy Reeves, the head blender at Cornell & Diehl. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Rich Esserman
Rich Esserman

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

  • Two wonderfully informative segments from Jeremy and Rich. I now look forward to more Jeremy segments.
    The Winton Marsalis performance was very tasty.
    My phone is an AT&T flip phone, that is rarely even on. It’s for emergencies when I’m out. As I’m not an on-call neurosurgeon, nor a denizen of the internet, I don’t need to be “connected” 24/7. When friends and family want to contact me, they know to call me on my home phone. Yeah, I know, OK Boomer.
    Thanks for an always entertaining show.

  • Greatly enjoyed the show. You had Jeremy Reeves on talking about problem in blending tobacco. He could have talked to the end if time and it wouldn’t done me any good because I have no talent at blending. Hopefully the 10 or 15 people Jeremy was talking to paid attention because I usually need tobacco.
    Rich was feeling good and the two of you did a good job of keeping the show rolling.
    Mr. Marsalas is quite an accomplished musician but I thought his performance of “When You Wish Upon A Star” was lacking. I know an instrumental can’t match up to the words identically but this took it way beyond that. Good Musicianship but a weak execution of the song.