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JimInks

Sultan of Smoke
Aug 31, 2012
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Enjoyed a short nap after two smokes: John Aylesbury Copenhagen in a 1960s Austrian meerschaum bent apple with a tapered yellow stem.
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KBV Deep House in a 2002 IMP smooth full bend egg shaped meer with a black acrylic saddle stem.
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JimInks

Sultan of Smoke
Aug 31, 2012
61,200
562,251
Now smoking from a freshly opened tin of year 2012 Dan Tobacco Hamborger Veermaster in a smooth straight brown 1950 Dunhill 48 bulldog group 4 root briar with a black vulcanite fish tail saddle stem. A good friend gifted me the tin today. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
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Schmotz40

Lurker
Jan 8, 2022
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Delaware
Tonite I'm finishing up on some strawberry delight I picked up from a local cigar shop and on deck is some plum pudding, both pipes I bought a year ago, both with the name La Rocca out of Italy. I don't know much about the company but decent pipes, the rusticated pipe gurgles a bit as the tenon is somewhat short creating a chamber in the mortise. It's not a daily smoker so it gets a rest period between bowls.
 

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Aug 11, 2022
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Cedar Rapids, IA
Another chilly and windy day, so a few more puffs of Sutliff ERR Match in the cob, now and then. Despite the tobacco being fairly dry by this point, I still had trouble keeping it going, and all of the relights were tough on my mouth, so I didn't persist for too long at a time. I couldn't complain about the taste, though!
 
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