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  1. K

    Currently Smoking My First Lakeland

    Some great tobaccos in the Lakeland range (Gawith and Hoggart), taste and aromas, a few are unscented too. Try a few out.
  2. K

    New Falcon Pipe

    Never use the dry rings, just wipe out the humidome after every smoke.
  3. K

    Possible Way To Save Tin Art?

    Warnings are all on the box containing the tin with Samuel Gawith tobacco's. Throw away the box and the tin art is unspoilt....brilliant idea.
  4. K

    Your Hidden Gem Tobaccos! Time to Share ‘Em.

    Gawith Hoggarth Broken Flake no. 7. Old fashioned Condoresque/St Bruno taste and aroma to match.
  5. K

    Got a Question for Anyone Who Knows

    You can get them from The Backy shop (online) in the UK, about £7 - 10.
  6. K

    New Year's Day Smoke.

    Peterson Special Cut this week.
  7. K

    Smoking in the UK vs. the US

    Rip off Britain, tax tax tax....bring as much as you dare over, save you a fortune.
  8. K

    Mac Baren 7 Seas vs Captain Black

    + 1 for the Regular too.
  9. K

    Conniston Cut Plug?

    See thirteen threads below :-)
  10. K

    A Few Thoughts on Coniston Cut Plug

    Nice smoke indeed, just slightly prefer Bosun myself but not much in it.
  11. K

    Conniston Cut Plug

    +++ no. 7 broken flake.
  12. K

    Peterson Pipes - How Satisfied Are You with Them?

    Had a Dublin 305 9mm a couple of months ago, no problems at all so far Daniel.
  13. K

    Really Hate Vulcanite Now

    I was a bit apprehensive regarding vulcanite but I have recently purchased a Peterson Dublin and the vulcanite mouthpiece has not lost it's shine one jot.
  14. K

    Flake vs Ready Rubbed.

    Think it would be a good starter pipesmoker30, nothing not to like about it and the flakes are uniform and easy to use either broken down or left whole.
  15. K

    Filter, No Filter?

    After what I've previously said....tried a couple of smokes with the adaptor last night, good smoke. Ha ha it is an hobby of contradictions :crazy:
  16. K

    Filter, No Filter?

    I'm a balsa and charcoal filter man, I like the slight resistance in the draw too. Maybe something you just get the feel for.
  17. K


    Tjs garden, not sure how they are marketed over there but the 'Lakelands' come under the Gawith and Hoggarth banner over here. Mostly loose packed.
  18. K

    YOU: Stranded On A Deserted Island w/ 1 Pipe and 1 Mixture

    Stanwell Royal Guard 185, Gawith Hoggarth No. 7 broken flake and 10,000 9mm filters.
  19. K

    Using Filters - or Not?

    Use an adaptor with my Savinelli 6mm because the balsa filters go spongey far too quickly with some tobaccos. Seems against popular opinion but I don't mind the charcoal filters in my 9mm pipes. I agree with deckpiper though, tastes and preferences can change pretty rapid.
  20. K

    Everyday no brainer smoke

    At this moment in time it's Gawith Hoggarth No. 7 broken flake and 7 seas regular.....must have a thing for 7's :-)