Hahahaha! Never thought I'd see Zippy & George get a shout out on here. I hope you enjoy the plugs, mate.I have just ordered a couple of tins of each so we will let you know our thoughts. Maybe its 'Top Gear' one can always hope. For our British friends here is the 1970s children's program Rainbow talking about 'Top Gear'!
P&C catalogues are always great when you are engaging in a 'foot long' as opposed to just 'dropping the kids off at the pool'. For constipation I always recommend the Thompson Cigar catalogue!@condorlover1 Thanks for the inadvertent tip! I never even thought about using the P&C catalog on the crapper, for some reason. Up until now, I would just thumb through it during various dull parts of my day. But I tried it out, and what bliss! I never thought such a simple change of scenery would make such a difference, but it inexplicably did. 'Course, my wife was a bit perturbed that my morning dump was taking two to three times as long as it usually does, but a brief explanation through the door nicely sufficed.
Looks like Orlik Golden Mixture is getting the axe. Slight bummer, but not a debilitating one. As for the Cascadia line, I think I'll pass. I'm pretty happy with my cellar at the moment. Nevertheless, I'm interested to check out some reviews on here of them, specifically Open Water.
While this makes sense in theory, there's something slightly disconcerting about viewing objects similar to the ones I'm purging. Looking at tastefully photographed piles of flake, coin, or ready rubbed pipe tobacco (no twist or plug!) is more conducive to the...process. It's tough to explain; it just is. Nor am I jazzed about the idea of looking at long, thick, brown stogies as I'm laying down a big chocolate hot dog of my own. Not something I think about extensively--just an observation.P&C catalogues are always great when you are engaging in a 'foot long' as opposed to just 'dropping the kids off at the pool'. For constipation I always recommend the Thompson Cigar catalogue!
Can't wait to hear your thoughts they sound really interesting. Whether reissues of classic much missed blends or something totally new the release of proper plugs is a reason to celebrate.Back on topic! My P&C notification says these tins will land on my doorstep on Tuesday where upon I will photograph them and post my thoughts!
I’m not familiar with Spillman Drive, what other tobaccos have they released? These are made by Scandinavian Tobacco Group, right?Spillman Drive gang having met most of them in real life whilst involved with Standard Tobacco Company of PA. That being said they very rarely come up with something that catches me on my back foot!
I’m not familiar with Spillman Drive, what other tobaccos have they released? These are made by Scandinavian Tobacco Group, right?