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  1. jorchamp

    Photo Test Thread

    FS: Rossi Sitting (8811) (6MM). Never smoked. $45.00 plus shipping. PayPal
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    Favorite Cornell & Diehl Blends?

    I joy Yale Mixture. A light English. Nice to smoke (if allowed) inside to enjoy its aroma. A good one to smoke reading or writing. A good companion.
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    Dunhill Tobacco USA?

    Sad to hear that such an old standard will be gone. When I start up smoking pipes again as an older adult a tobacconist recommended EMP, and it got me started on the finer tobaccos. Did try Skiff Mixture. It is great. But there is something unique with the EMP aroma: a unique lightness.
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    Do You Use A Leather Pouch?

    I found pouches to be clumsy and messy. I prefer to use a tin - recycling one for bulk blends. I have tried roll up pouches but they are good for a day or two days supply before it beings to dry out and crumple. I do most of my out of the home smoking in the car coming home from work. Tins work...
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    Smoking a Pipe While Walking

    I enjoy smoking while walking, especially the city streets. You occasionally find pockets clam (no wind) to enjoy the smell of the pipe. Also in the city people tend to leave you alone with your smoke. In suburbia people get offended by the smoke around their house. Out in the countryside you...
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    Social Smoke

    Four or five of us get together to play chess, chat, drink and smoke our pipes. Social smoking is totally different flavor experience from solitaire smoking. It ismore like background music that occasionally comes to our attention and then fakes back. I think more enjoyable than the constant...
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    Packing Pipes with Small Bowls

    Feeling the spring in the packed tobacco I think is the key to a good smoke. Small bowls are for short smokes. Think which tobacco would please you more for a quick smoke. And pack for the type of tobacco cut you got. Enjoy the smoke and let it be the guide.
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    What About Adding Fresh Tobacco On Top Of Dottle?

    If want fresh and clean flavor start with fresh tobacco. The Dottie has already done its job as a “filter”. It would only have a harsh and confused flavor. But if you are just smoking go ahead go for the economical approach.
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    Ropp Cutty

    Very nice looking Pipe. I have a Ropp Prince. It is a very straightforward and easy smoking pipe. I particularly like the size and length of smoke. Good for flakes. Enjoy the pipe
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    Aging Tobacco

    I particularly like aged Dunhill Flake. It is a very mellow and flavorful smoke. I prefer to leave it in the tin till time to smoke and then transfer it to bell jar. HH Old Dark Fire also, it becomes a very smooth smoke with some subtle highlights.
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    Working My Way Through Burley Blends

    I enjoy Burleys in this order HH Old Dark Fired, Solani Burley Flakes, and Wessex Burley Slices. All straight forward tobacco taste. Each with its own special direction.
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    Stop Tunneling Burn in the Bowl

    Agree with all of the above. Would add: try letting on the intensity of draw. The pipe might develop a more natural burn: less of a tunnel.
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    Your Favorite Virginia Blends?

    First love was Dunhill: Light Flake. Now Klondike Gold.
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    Didn't understand how things worked. I will stick to responding to current messages. Thanks
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    Try caramelizad onions, finished with some white wine over pasta.