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condorlover1

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First impressions of Spark Plug. I don't have a very good palate to be able to say much about it. I usually have to read other reviews to notice what I'm tasting. I just know if I like it or not. Only smoked half a bowl. I couldn't keep it burning. I shouldve let it sit out for about 30 minutes or broke it up more. I need to have a few more bowls to really know more, but don't regret buying only one tin. It's not a plug for sure. It's a kake with big leaves including some big stems. I cut the Kake in half and broke one half up easily. Jared the other half to let it get some more age. View attachment 17202
Thank you for posting the picture as this now answers my curiosity about what a 'Spark Plug' is and what the presentation is in relation to a 'cake' verses a true plug.
 

jiminks

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Starting off my smoking day with a bowl of Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem in the military mount style. Watching Bat Masterson.
 
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