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Dec 3, 2021
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If it ever arrives it'll be a smoker, I mentioned above that it's been stuck in customs. Going on three weeks now. I bought it for Visions of Celephäis and it's sibling for Miskatonic Mixture.

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Lifer
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My first Morta, a Moretti I posted here;

 
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I've been fairly good with my PAD lately but have been thinking about adding an Askwith morta to my stable; his classic English shapes are really stunning.

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This thread inspired me to whip out the Denovic for a quick bowl - C&D Savinelli 140th Anniversary blend:

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Lifer
Apr 29, 2017
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I’d say Morta has a certain visual appeal.

It’s not a material that would be in the same category as Meerschaum. Meerschaum is a mineral, while Morta is oak. Several thousand year old mineralized oak, but none the less still hardwood. And it will char quite readily.