Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 599

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 599

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 599. Our featured interview tonight is 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. Jeremy has been a pipe smoker for over a decade and is passionate about pipes, pipe tobacco, and blending tobacco. Tonight’s discussion will focus on Oriental Tobaccos, and Brian said HE even learned something. At the top of the show, Brian will continue the tour of his pipe collection with the “Satou Reds”.

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Jeremy Reeves, Head Blender, Cornell & Diehl
Jeremy Reeves, Head Blender, Cornell & Diehl

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Brian's Satou Reds
Brian’s Satou Reds

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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3 Responses

  • I enjoyed your Satou Red collection segment; beautiful pipes and good stories.
    Jeremy delivered an absolute “master class” of information about tobacco, and particularly the Oriental varieties. Both of you guys were able to damn-near help me “taste” your descriptions of these tobaccos. Nice job.
    Great tune by Popa Chubby (Bronx born Ted Horowitz) who is a terrific Blues guitarist.
    As to your rant, my Yiayia would say, “You are such a shlimazel!”
    Thanks for a wonderful show.

  • Good show, though not great. Your Satou Red collection rundown was quite informative. The reason you gave for why you smoke these pipes was very clear. The pipes were pictured which was very nice and I could see myself enjoying two or three of the pipes very easily. In describing the various Orientals and describing the various tastes was where you lost me. I was listening to this going by my one taste bud with a puzzled expression on his face saying “You talking to me??”
    You can keep Popa Chubby.
    The rant captured my life in a nutshell. I am forever forgetting something.

  • As someone who really enjoys orientals, I liked this episode a lot. But I feel like Popa Chubby would lose a lawsuit if Brian Setzer heard this song; it feels like a light rewrite of his big-band version of “Rock This Town.”

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