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JimInks

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Aug 31, 2012
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Close to finishing the last of my stash of the very dry year 2010 Villager Virginia No.444 in a smooth straight late 1970s Charatan Special 4148DC Reg. No. 203573 pot with a black double comfort vulcanite stem. Got my first set of walks in, and will replace this blend with D&R Three Sails as a walking smoke.
 

maulragoth

Part of the Furniture Now
Jan 30, 2018
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S̛̊͆͐M̿̃́̈̃͌́̑̑̔̌̉͆̆̀̚Ơ̐́̀̾̐̒̀̀̒͂̕͠͝K̅̿̃́͊̄͘͝͠Ì́̍͑͝Ǹ͐̌͗͐̊͑̎̆̀̚͝͠G͌̓͑̔̈̅̅́̌̐͐̕ Chatham Manor
Incendiary Device: Missouri Meerschaum bent Twain, blk/wht swirl "Regal" Forever Stem
Quenching Device: A water and a Garage Brewing Inline IPA
Sonic Device: ambient tunes of glory and defeat in Guild Wars 2.
 

kwg116

Starting to Get Obsessed
Dec 21, 2017
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Sorry to keep posting about Elizabethan, but I went back and smoked some Dunhill from 2012 and I think I found the perfect pipe for it. A full bent vintage Savinelli De Luxe. This pipe gave the blend a heavier mouthfeel and a deeper Virginia flavor. The other pipes I smoked it in made the blend taste light and wispy. It’s certainly growing on me.
 
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