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Aro-curiosity has recently got the better of me, having not touched them for decades. Picked up tins of Rattray’s Bagpiper’s Dream and Peterson’s Connoisseur’s Choice this week based on a good trawl of tobacco reviews.com, and have a tin of the much-ballyhooed Sutliff Molto Dolce winging its way to me.
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Seamaster wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 2:23 am Aro-curiosity has recently got the better of me, having not touched them for decades. Picked up tins of Rattray’s Bagpiper’s Dream and Peterson’s Connoisseur’s Choice this week based on a good trawl of tobacco reviews.com, and have a tin of the much-ballyhooed Sutliff Molto Dolce winging its way to me.
Hope they fill the bill, sir! And welcome to PSF!
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Seamaster wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 2:23 am Aro-curiosity has recently got the better of me, having not touched them for decades. Picked up tins of Rattray’s Bagpiper’s Dream and Peterson’s Connoisseur’s Choice this week based on a good trawl of tobacco reviews.com, and have a tin of the much-ballyhooed Sutliff Molto Dolce winging its way to me.
Welcome to PSF! A short howdy in the new members will give everyone a chance to greet you!
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Seamaster wrote: Wed Sep 30, 2020 2:23 am Aro-curiosity has recently got the better of me, having not touched them for decades. Picked up tins of Rattray’s Bagpiper’s Dream and Peterson’s Connoisseur’s Choice this week based on a good trawl of tobacco reviews.com, and have a tin of the much-ballyhooed Sutliff Molto Dolce winging its way to me.
Bagpiper's Dream. That's a good smoke. I've never had a bad smoke from Rattray's. I love Accountant's Mixture, which is aromatic in its own dry way.
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Ruffinogold wrote: Fri Sep 25, 2020 8:16 pm
Jlando19 wrote: Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:32 pm
Fr_Tom wrote: Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:08 pm

Golden Extra is quite good. It also has a significant-other-friendly room note.
That's good to know! I can't wait to try it!
I]Golden Extea has been my go to smoke for over a decade . If for some strange demented reason you don't like it , I'll trade you for it :)
@Ruffinogold ,
The verdict is in! After two bowls back to back, one fresh out the tin while I let the other air out on a tray. You guys were right this golden extra is good! The verdict is still out on the pure virginia from earlier. I'm thinking I need to let that one air out a bit also.
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Picked this up from the post today:
1oz each of Peter Stokkebye PS6 Sweet Vanilla, PS23 B&B, Mac Baren Vanilla Cream, Sutliff 1M,
and 6oz LC Vanilla
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2 tins of Plum Pudding Reserve in today.
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Not a purchase, but a gift from @Houtenziel; a sample of IRC Old Colonial, and this classic Esterbrook fountain pen! :clap: Thanks, Hout! :clap:
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MikeDennison wrote: Thu Oct 08, 2020 6:37 am Not a purchase, but a gift from @Houtenziel; a sample of IRC Old Colonial, and this classic Esterbrook fountain pen! :clap: Thanks, Hout! :clap:
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My idea of being a little adventurous!
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