Number of posts: 2125
Location: Piedmont, North Carolina
Tobacco: Dark Flake, Escudo, aged Cumberland and Haddos, Cool Hand Fluke, Oriental Dusk, Old Dark Fired
Pipe: cobs, wire-brush rusticated Jobey, Milville Dublin (my best smoker), tortoise-stained GBD billiard with white acrylic stem
Registration date: 2007-12-16
|Subject: Re: Samuel Gawith Bracken Flake Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:44 pm|| |
This discussion is great! I haven't read such a nuanced review of a tobacco in the longest! Very well done!
Number of posts: 3149
Location: Oregon City
Tobacco: Blend of the month is Patton's Oriental Dusk. Some good old Happy Bogie too.
Pipe: Pipes by ta harris & UberHuberMan of this Site plus the 2012 BoB POY.
Registration date: 2010-10-23
Number of posts: 2129
Location: Chicago, IL
Registration date: 2011-03-06
|Subject: Re: Samuel Gawith Bracken Flake Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:27 am|| |
After giving this thread a thorough read, I headed over to P&C so I could sign up for their notification thread for this blend. Upon opening the Bracken Flake page, I discovered that it's still in stock, as is FVF... so I ordered 2 tins of Bracken Flake. Y'know, as a final cherry on the voluminous amounts of ice cream and cake I've been buying recently.
In short, P&C has Braken Flake, FVF, and a lot of other Samuel Gawith blends in the tin in stock!