Trying a new genre: DFK/Va/Per. Cob or briar?

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puffthemagicpiper

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Hi all.
So I’ve yet to try a dark-fired KY, Virginia, Perique blend, but I’m about to. Reminds me; I still need to grab a tin of original/‘red’ Three Nuns and try that also.
I religiously smoke burly-forward blends (Morley’s Best, Haunted Bookshop, etc.) out of MM cobs only.
I bought two GLP blends of this mix; Cumberland & Triple Play, and I’ll try each out of both a cob and a briar, but I’m curious - those of you experienced with DFK/Va/Per blends, do you smoke them from a cob or a briar?
Thanks!

 

ashdigger

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Briar! Cumberland is great stuff!!
But for tasting, a new small cob would work, but I prefer my Meers.

 

workman

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I smoke Hal o' the Wynd and Old Gowrie in briars. Well, I smoke all tobaccos in briars. Works fine.

 

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