What Are You Smoking July 2020

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OJK in the Georgetown pot

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I’ve noticed you mainly smoke that tobacco in that specific pipe. Any reasons for the favouritism?
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DAY #30 / COB #31

THE BAMBOO BOSS!

Yes, this is a corn cob pipe! .. Lol.. An enormous custom bad ass corn cob pipe!

This is another Santia custom. Briar bottom plug, custom plastered finish. Large bamboo shank and fancy acrylic stem. Smokes like a monster!

Enjoying 50/50 Butternut Burley & Milan Honey Smoke. Sweet cream coffee.

Pleasant Day Y'all!
Down to the wire and going to be north of 31/31`it appears
Looking forward to the final installment(s)
An incredible display that blows me away
Thank You
Thanks man! I had a few more cobbs than I thought 😂.. I have the grand finale in the works!
It's been fun playing show and tell this month!
Cheers!
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New to the forum, hope this works!

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Bent billiard Blatter&Blatter pipe, filled with a house blend of Danish-style tobacco. Drinking a crisp Canadian lager at the same time enjoying the nice weather.

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Nice pipe and welcome to PSF!
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Picayune in the Silver Duke pot

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d3thk0r3 wrote:
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Thu Jul 30, 2020 3:11 pm
OJK in the Georgetown pot

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I’ve noticed you mainly smoke that tobacco in that specific pipe. Any reasons for the favouritism?
For me anyway, certain combos are just a home run on every smoke. They just work. I am a fan of OJK, and for me it works better in cobs than Picayune (another favorite of mine). Right now, I am smoking a lot of OJK because of the cobs in the rotation.

This pipe is a relatively recent acquisition, and an early bowl of OJK makes me reach for the OJK bag the text time I went to load it. This particular pipe has been taken in the car for the commute, and I have to say, it gives a better than average smoke for SPRT (which is what I have in the car right now). It may just be a pipe that smokes everything well.

I will be running out of OJK before too long, so I may switch to Double Down then (or find something else in inventory that works as well).
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