Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 513

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 513

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 513! Our featured interview on tonight’s show is with pipe maker J. Mouton. Jason was born, raised, and currently resides in Gueydan, Louisiana. He started smoking cigars and then pipes. He is a carpenter and wood turner that likes to make duck calls. This led to making tampers, and that naturally led to making pipes. He makes both classic and freehand shapes. In Pipe Parts, we will have an Ask the Tobacco Blender segment with Jeremy Reeves. Jeremy is the Head Blender at Cornell & Diehl, which is one of the most popular boutique pipe tobacco companies in the USA. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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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

  • Although Burley isn’t really in my tobacco rotation, except for a couple “codger blends,” I found Jeremy’s discussion quite informative and fascinating.
    The conversation with Mr. Mouton was both lively and delightful, with an interesting path to pipe-making.
    Dr. John is a particular favorite. A good choice for the music this week.
    Thanks for a thought provoking, fun show.

  • I absolutely can’t stand burley so Jeremy’s discussion of it was lost on me. I know a lot of people, maybe most people enjoy burley not the kid.
    Now, Brian, you normally are a tremendous interviewer of people and you really bring out the best in your subjects but using accents is not your strong suit. J. Mouton was a good subject for an interview. He was fairly articulate and represented himself well on your show. If you had been clever you would have led with the picture of the dog. Man, I do love a fine beagle and I bet that one had a fine voice.
    Dr. John was okay.