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Ted
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Old Joe Krantz. First smoke with my new Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen. My old one is one of my favorite pipes. This current version pipe is okay so far, but nowhere near the standards of the old ones. 

Ted
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Forgot the pic-

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Zigmeister67
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I'm enjoying some Peter Stokkebye Luxury Twist Flake in my Savinelli 114k

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Ted
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Mac Baren London Burley Blend in a Butz Choquin calabash. 

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Lee
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GLPease, Spark Plug in a BriarWorks Classic. An interesting English that I look forward to getting to know better over these winter months.

Gus
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Director's Cut in a Ardor Terra

 

Zigmeister67
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Peter Stokkebye English Oriental Supreme in my Savinelli 505.  My 3rd bowl today.

Ted
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Old Joe Krantz in my newest Stanwell HCA. 

Ted
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Old Joe Krantz in an antique meerschaum billiard. 

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Taking a break from Perique blends, I’m smoking Sutliff Barrel Aged No. 4 Crumble Kake in a meerschaum billiard. 

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Rene12
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Stockton in a cob

Zigmeister67
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Peter Stokkebye Afternoon Melange in my Savinelli 114ks

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Ted
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Mac Baren HH Rustica in a TV churchwarden. 

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Low country Hazelnut in a cob.

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Ted
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Old Joe Krantz in my old made in Denmark Stanwell HCA. 

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It’s a special day for me, I just opened a 1980’s/early ‘90’s era tin of Murray’s Erinmore Mixture I snagged on Tinbids. I’m smoking it in a BC calabash. 

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Zigmeister67
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That looks awesome. Enjoy

Juan José Pascual Lobo
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Time has darkened a lot the tobacco. I smoked some of this in early 2000´s and I remember this tobacco in a much clearer yellowish hue. Enjoy it!

Lee
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Please take note of the new finish on my Bing’s Favourite 😊 I’ve stripped the varnish off and I absolutely love the revealed grain of the briar. What do you think?

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Lee
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I’m planning on staining and polishing it. But, I quite like it as it is (for a little while).

Juan José Pascual Lobo
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I like briar in light color to reveal the grain, no matter the beauty of the grain.

Ted
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I like it. I’m not a fan of the more recent trend by many pipe makers to stain everything so dark. I enjoy a natural or lighter color myself. 

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I was consolidating jars that had small bags of blends I don’t pay much attention to and ran across a bag of Watch City Quint’s Own. The smell caught my attention, so I’m smoking it in a cob. 

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Samuel Gawith Chocolate Flake in a Butz Choquin Origine. 

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Zigmeister67
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I love the stem of that pipe. Hard to find unique stems.

Lee
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Director’s Cut (H.U. Tobacco) in my trusty Stanwell Night & Day. I really love this tobacco. The Kentucky and Perique are delightfully blended to give this tobacco a sweet, smoky, slightly vinegary taste that I can’t get enough of! I risk burning a hole in the bottom of my pipe!

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