First Morta in awhile

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fishnbanjo

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Feb 27, 2013
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From RobE’s Art in Michigan comes this elegant Acorn Morta with mostly grey coloration and streaks of chocolate and black, the accent is black acrylic with specks, and tiny streaks of white, the stem is several shades of grey with some white Cumberland. Keeping it smokey with some 4 y/o Peter Stokkebye Luxury Bullseye Flake.

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redglow

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Excellent! I have two coins of LBF ready for the pipe as well. I imagine with 4 years on it, LBF is quite an experience. Congrats on that pipe!

 

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renal923

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I had the opportunity to smoke from a morta pipe not too long ago. Was a fantastic experience, incredibly light and smoked absolutely delightfully. Your's is definitely a fine specimen, and makes me want to purchase one of my own even more.

 

fishnbanjo

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I’ve had this since last summer and once winters winds rolled in I stopped smoking my Morta and best grade briars sticking with Cobs and some of my metal pipes with an occasional Meerschaum until the really cold temperatures rolled in. We had a very wet Spring and only one day thus far into the 60’s with evening temperatures down in the 40’s, the other evening temperatures ranged from 29f to 38f regionally, looks like we’ll have a 4th of July Summer, heck we even have trees not fully leafed out yet.

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