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  1. M

    Anybody Smoke Whole Leaf WITHOUT Straight-No Casings?

    I've had a non-commercial uncased burley and it was fantastic. I don't typically smoke straight burleys. Go for it, I say.
  2. M

    Looking for a Recommendation

    So, I had a couple bowls of Embarcadero and Janus. I really like both and can't say which I like better. These are really great tobaccos, and I am happy for the recommendations. They are both going to be among my favorites now, and I will be buying more to stock up. I would definitely...
  3. M

    Have You Ever Had One Of Those Pipe Smoking Days Where...

    From the Keweenaw? That's where I live.
  4. M

    Looking for a Recommendation

    Wow, a bunch of them. Thanks, guys! Thanks for mentioning Peretti. I was not aware of them. Ended up ordering some Embarcadero and Janus for now.
  5. M

    Looking for a Recommendation

    Embarcadero sounds fantastic. I will have to try some.
  6. M

    Looking for a Recommendation

    Does anyone know of a VA/oriental blend without latakia or flavorings? I can't really think of any, nor have I found any while browsing. Any ideas?
  7. M

    What are You Drinking? (January 2021)

    Ardbeg Uigeadail is my favorite, but a bottle is over $100 in my area, Heck, even the Laphroaig 10 is $70.
  8. M

    What are You Drinking? (January 2021)

    Laphroaig 10 year with a pipe of SG Hansom Flake.
  9. M

    Samuel Gawith St James Flake - An Exercise in Frustration

    When I smoke SG tobaccos, I open the tin to break the seal, then close it and let it sit for a couple days before I try to smoke it. When I smoke SG tobaccos, I open the tin to break the seal, then close it and let it sit for a couple days before I try to smoke it. Always had good results...
  10. M

    Sail Yellow The Budweiser Of Blends

    I remember having to work in British Columbia for 6 months, and I couldn't take enough tobacco through customs. Well, I had to buy local, and Sail was all that was available. The yellow was my favorite, but it was still almost $30 a pouch.
  11. M

    Samuel Gawith Black XX Rope Review

    I smoked a tin of this stuff years ago. I remember it being enjoyable, but not my thing. I think I would like to revisit this tobacco at some point. It may pair well with a glass of Laphroaig. Also, good call on the cigar cutter.
  12. M

    Peterson Irish Oak (Cask)

    I used to love this stuff when it was Irish Oak, and I can't wait to try it again. I always smoked it in an old Waldorf Dublin that I'm trying to get fixed up. Would be nice to burn some Irish Cask through when it is ready.
  13. M

    Royal Yacht, A Short-Short Review

    Now there is a tobacco that I just cannot smoke.
  14. M

    Who Else Loves Old Gowrie?

    I also love Old Gowrie. That and Marlin Flake are my favorite Rattray's, but they are all tasty, high quality blends. Can't wait to get some soon.
  15. M

    Good Ol’ Cob

    Nice. I need to pick up a cob pipe. I had one years ago, but it was a bit worn.