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huntertrw

Lifer
Jul 23, 2014
5,328
5,732
The Lower Forty of Hill Country
Whilst poking about in a neglected part of my tobacco cellar I came across a bag of Ponderosa mixture from the Wynbrier Ltd. Smoke Shop (Estes Park, Colorado) which I purchased some years ago. Wynbrier is still in business, but this tobacco is not currently on their blend list so I cannot tell you anything about it other than the fact that it seems to have aged well, and was an enjoyable smoke in a Missouri Meerschaum cob pipe.
 

rokerdepipe

Starting to Get Obsessed
Jul 1, 2014
150
906
Ottawa, Canada
www.ericstendal.com
Brought out some special tobacco only for special occasions…Easter makes the grade for a special occasion In my books.

GL Pease Raven’s Wing in this Radice Rind billiard pipe. Love the shank on this pipe with the fabulous rustication. The tobacco is still beefy after all these years. Runnin’ low on it though….that part sucks.

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das3353

Lifer
Sep 7, 2019
1,954
47,091
2018 SG Best Brown in a Radice Silk Cut 55

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EssJaySea

Can't Leave
May 12, 2021
434
6,556
Sebastopol, CA
Got a few lingering house things done and now onto a bowl of Proper English from LA’s Tobacco Traders. In a pipe I don’t smoke often — but which has to be my oldest from the mid 90s — a rusticated Viking.

Fixin to get going with a “TNT” Tri tip from nearby Willowside Meats, which is proving to be fantastic. I’m hoping this one will work for tacos (with homemade corn tortillas) midweek.

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JimInks

Sultan of Smoke
Aug 31, 2012
61,610
572,451
Earlier, I smoked a bowl of Chris Morgan Jackalope in a straight smooth medium brown year 1912 Henry Tongue bulldog with a silver cap and band and an amber saddle stem with an orific bit.
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Currently, I'm close to finishing bowl of year 2019 C&D Derringer in a smooth dark brown medium bend pre-WWII Inderwick’s (Comoy’s) Carnaby Street 37 stack dublin with a black vulcanite saddle stem.
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