well its been a slice. im leaving this forum. Maybe there’s one out there that doesnt’t rehash the same moral/political debates americans (mostly) love to dwell over 24/7? Seems hard to find.
Ill stick to my pipe and books from now on as an escape.
Mike, I’m with you! I hope to do some camping and maybe even hunting in 2019, so naturally smoking under the stars would be part of the experience. I’d also like to:
- try a dark fired tobacco
- buy a bulldog shaped pipe
Happy new year everyone.
So ive decided to splurge on a nice lighter and trying to decide between these two brands. Does anyone here own both and can say which they prefer? The difference in price doesn’t concern me if the IM Corona truly is better finished or performs better.
I was able to pick up my first tin of Aperitif last week and have now smoked a few bowls. This is absolutely fantastic! A full smoke that is very well balanced and burns beautifully. Does anyone else think this blend is often overlooked because of more popular blends such as EMP, Elizabethan...
i was in a similar situation as you last holiday season. By coincidence that’s when i bought my first pipe and converted from cigars. I’ve since found English blends comforting but i think the “alone time” to gather your thoughts is what’s most important. A nice glass of whisky certainly doesn’t...
Great choices! My go-to cigar for a while was Nat Sherman “Timeless”. The Romacraft “Cromagnon” line is another favourite. Since I started smoking my pipes I’ve definitely been smoking way less cigars.
i realize there are plenty of great blends out there but Nightcap will always have a special place for me. It was the first non-aro blend i tried and made me convert from cigars to pipes. Everything from the tin art, to the tin note to the smoke is perfect imho.