Yes it is. They have three branches now. Sadly in the last ten years they have reduced their pipe tobacco offerings to 7 blends, of which only St Bruno is any good, lol.Welcome from Florida. Is Stagnettos still in business? I ordered a ton of Cuban cigars from them back in the day. They were always a great source.
Greetings. It certainly is. We only have about five remaining pipe smokers, however.Welcome aboard from central North Carolina. Gibraltar is certainly a distinctive place to live. I guess Al Pascia may be one ready source for pipes from there.
I think it's limestone actually. Seems sturdy enough. The only thing my pipes have to fear are my dogs, hah.Welcome to the forum, from Southern California. Are the lyrics of the Gershwin classic really true, that Gibraltar may crumble, and that it's only made of clay? Hopefully not, otherwise you'll need to get on with a plan of insuring your pipes and 'baccy...
Interesting. The username is the title of a poem by Phillip Larkin about the sorrows of getting old... the avatar is Max Fritsch,, writer and pipe smoker.
I've been meaning to read more of Philip Larkin's work; my interest stems from Martin Amis (whose work I collect in-depth) and his father, Kingsley Amis, knowing him.Interesting. The username is the title of a poem by Phillip Larkin about the sorrows of getting old... the avatar is Max Fritsch,, writer and pipe smoker.