Castello Sea Rock 32 KKK

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cobguy

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The newest member of the herd ... I've been wanting a Castello for awhile now and this was a great deal!


 

elbert

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What an entrancing finish...I could get lost in those jutting crags! And while a long shank usually bothers me, it seems right at home here. A worthy addition.

 

cobguy

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Thanks guys ... can't wait to take it for a spin!
Just wanted to update this thread.
The Castello Sea Rock has been a true pleasure to smoke and is becoming a favorite quickly. Highly recommended! :puffy:

 

fnord

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My goodness, that's a handsome pipe, Cob.
Sorry I missed your original post. I've long admired those Sea Rock beauties.
Glad it smokes well.
Fnord

 

jkrug

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I missed the original post as well. I must say that's a very good looking pipe. Good to hear she smokes well too. Enjoy. :puffy:

 

jpmcwjr

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What Mr. Krug said! Enjoy! A real beauty. I've recently become a fan of deep blasts, rustications, and now sea rock, which I guess is a form of rusticating. (?)

 

mso489

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That finish really fulfills the tactile experience of a smoke. Gnarly in the best sense.

 

cobguy

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That finish really fulfills the tactile experience of a smoke. Gnarly in the best sense.
So True! I love the feel of a good sandblast or rustication in my hand and this one is quite craggy.

 
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