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JimInks

Lifer
Aug 31, 2012
50,569
307,632
Relaxing after a wonderful salad, char and green beans dinner with strawberries for dessert. I smoked a bowl of Erik Stokkebye 4th Generation Evening Flake in a smooth medium bend 2021 Peterson Ebony POTY 4AB No. 422/500 military mount with a silver cap and a tapered black vulcanite AB stem. Deciding on my next smoke between two blends.
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JimInks

Lifer
Aug 31, 2012
50,569
307,632
Almost half way through this bowl of year 2017 Esoterica Dorchester in a straight smooth brown 1920s KBB Rocky Briar 1582 patent no.298978 with a B in a circle bulldog with a tapered black vulcanite stem. I'm also deciding on which 1950s Comoy's billiard to smoke KBV Meditations (a vaper with a mild apple cider, absinthe topping) in. I'm real picky about matching pipes to blends or blend genres. Community Coffee, neat, is my drink.
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Here are the two pipes in question:
1940s-50s John Wanamaker made by Comoy's.
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1950s St. James made by Comoy's.
The Saint James London Pipe_185M_billiard.jpg
 

depriest1022

Starting to Get Obsessed
Apr 6, 2021
119
1,273
Arkansas
www.researchgate.net
Almost half way through this bowl of year 2017 Esoterica Dorchester in a straight smooth brown 1920s KBB Rocky Briar 1582 patent no.298978 with a B in a circle bulldog with a tapered black vulcanite stem. I'm also deciding on which 1950s Comoy's billiard to smoke KBV Meditations (a vaper with a mild apple cider, absinthe topping) in. I'm real picky about matching pipes to blends or blend genres. Community Coffee, neat, is my drink.
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Here are the two pipes in question:
1940s-50s John Wanamaker made by Comoy's.
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1950s St. James made by Comoy's.
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Absinthe? That sounds very intriguing.