Now smoking Wilke No. 111 in a smooth medium bend post-WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Shamrock Killarney 9BC with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite stem with a p-lip. Have enough for one more bowl. Ice water and bergs is my evening drink. Watching a seminar about George Washington and Alexander Hamilton.
Newminster Danish Gold in my Kaywoodie.
I'm still a little confused about the Peter Stokkebye/Newminster connection. Two of the first tobaccos I bought and enjoyed were Peter Stokkebye Golden Dansk and Black Dansk. I recently went to get some more, and saw that Stokkebye didn't offer them anymore. But Newminster had a couple new blends out they called Danish Gold and Danish Black---and they even used the same Stokkebye numbers, 47 and 48 for these two blends.
I got the Newminster version of both, and they taste pretty close to the Stokkebye versions, so I'm not complaining.