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prairiedruid

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Black Frigate and Dunhill London Mixture, used to be 3 Oaks Syrian but I'm rationing what tins I have left.
 

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mortonbriar

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Oldmooner, I like the irony of your 'junior member' status alongside a mention of 60 years piping!

C and D winchester has become this blend recently, but if we were talking pouches then old mate Walter would be my pick too.

Isaac
 

bambam

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Jun 22, 2011
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I buy mostly bulk tobacco and have a few tins laying around but I find myself reaching for one of two tobaccos, either MacBaren Golden Extra or PS Cube Cut puf
 
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Franco

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It depends on what I am doing when I want to smoke a pipe. My go to would be Escudo or a Luxury Navy flake.
 

markthelad

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it's usually a 50/50 blend of St. Bruno and Prince Albert or one of my homemade VaPer cakes.
 
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JTex

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A little Amphora Original Blend this A.M. while working outside. Probably switch to an English blend in the workshop and finish the day with coffee and some Stokkebye Bullseye flake.
 

chasingembers

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Know it sounds cheap , cause it is , but cb gold is my no fuss just smoke and enjoy blend when i cant make up my mind .
CB is usually around $4.83/ ounce making it more expensive than most of Stokkebye and C&D's blends. Wouldn't call it cheap myself.
 

Lyle b

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CB is usually around $4.83/ ounce making it more expensive than most of Stokkebye and C&D's blends. Wouldn't call it cheap myself.
Its cheap where i get it when compared to the 100 plus dollars a pouch i would have to spend if i was to purchase locally but yea wrong wording , just always had the feeling it was presumed as a cheaper maybe not as good tobacco over there , just the impression i got , i love the stuff , from the first pouch its been my no. 1
 

chasingembers

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Its cheap where i get it when compared to the 100 plus dollars a pouch i would have to spend if i was to purchase locally but yea wrong wording , just always had the feeling it was presumed as a cheaper maybe not as good tobacco over there , just the impression i got , i love the stuff , from the first pouch its been my no. 1
I like most of CB's tobacco.👍
 
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timt

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Jul 19, 2018
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Sir Walter for about 60 years. Still haven't found anything I rather smoke. Common man, common tastes I spect.
I've got a tub of Sir Walter Raleigh that lives on the floor behind the seat in my truck that always works when I want a no-thought, easy bowl.
 
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