A quarter of a bowl left of Sutliff Prince Andrew in a 1980s straight smooth Big Ben pot with a nickel band and a black vulcanite saddle stem. Got my first set of walks in on this hot, humid, and windy day. The wind sure burns pipe tobacco quickly.
Enjoyed a tasty lunch, and am now smoking the last of this sample of aged Japan Tobacco Momoyama in a 2003 URAL full bend big bowl egg shaped Lattice meer with a black acrylic saddle stem. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
Part way through this bowl of Ken Byron Ventures Jupiter Slices in a post WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Dublin straight smooth X155 Bulldog with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem. Time for another set of walks.
A sample blend given to me by the owner of the local B&M. Named after the largest County in Savannah, GA not as a match blend in any way. A Cavendish blend with a mild plum note in the back. It's decent, not sure I would stock up on it, doesn't have any kick for my taste. However, it smokes well in this old bulldog.